University of Cambridge Scholarships 2024-2025
The prestigious and famous university of Cambridge, one of the world’s oldest universities is calling for application from all students across the globe for its annual scholarship award scheme for both international and domestic students. We hereby indulge you to read this article carefully in order to equip yourself with all the relevant information’s you might be needing.
The university of Cambridge which is one of the world’s oldest universities and leading academic centers and self-governed community of scholars. Many of the University’s customs and unusual terminology can be traced to roots in the early years of the University’s long history, and this section of our website looks to the past to find the origins of much that is distinctive in the University of today.
The University of Cambridge is rich in history – its famous Colleges and University buildings attract visitors from all over the world. Its reputation for outstanding academic achievement is known worldwide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students, as well as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the University and the Colleges.
University of Cambridge Courses
Below is a list of courses from which applicants can choose for their study:
• Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
• Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
• Computer Science
• History and Modern Languages
• History and Politics
• History of Art
• Human, Social, and Political Sciences
• Manufacturing Engineering (Part II course)
• Medicine (Graduate Course)
• Modern and Medieval Languages
• Land Economy
• Natural Sciences
Application date /deadline to University of Cambridge Scholarships
There are two general course funding deadlines of 1 December 2024 and 5 January 2024. These deadlines apply to both UK and overseas applicants. These deadlines apply to courses starting in Michaelmas Term (October 2024), Lent Term (January 2024) and Easter Term (April 2024).
University of Cambridge scholarships Requirements
Typical offer levels for a range of qualifications including.
• Access to HE Diploma
• Advanced Diplomas
• Advanced Placement (AP) Tests
• Applied Certificates and Diplomas
• AQA Baccalaureate
• Cambridge Pre-U Diploma
• Core Maths
• Edexcel International Diploma (Academic Route)
• English language requirements
• European Baccalaureate
• Extended Project (EPQ)
• Foundation Year program• International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB)
• International qualifications
• Irish Leaving Certificate
• Scottish Higher and Advanced Higher
• Sixth Term Examination Papers in Mathematics (STEP)
• VCE and Applied A Levels, GNVQs and BTECs
• Welsh qualifications
How to Apply to the University of Cambridge
The application processes are as follows:
The application process is the same for all applicants to the University of Cambridge. Whilst much of the information presented on this website is focused on GCE A Levels and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB), many other school and national examinations at an equivalent level are equally acceptable.
All applications to UK universities are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), which operates on a pre-qualification basis where offers are made in advance of applicants achieving their final grades. Offer holders are then confirmed or rejected once the results for the relevant qualifications are received.
Tuition Fees for International Students
Tuition fees for international students vary depending on the course you’re studying. Most international students also have to pay College fees in addition to tuition fees. See international fees and costs for details.
List of University of Cambridge Scholarships
1. Aker Scholarship at University of Cambridge
This scholarship is available to Norwegian students and students with a strong link to Norway, who are taking a master’s or PhD degree in any subject and is tenable at any College.
Application: Candidates are selected by Aker (not the Trust). To ensure that they are considered for this scholarship, applicants must: 1) apply direct to the Aker Scholarship in the year before that in which they wish to start their studies in Cambridge; and 2) apply for admission to the University of Cambridge by the funding deadline specific to their course (please refer to the Postgraduate Course Directory).
Value: Variable, but sufficient to ensure that the full cost of study at the University of Cambridge is covered.
2. ANID-Chile Cambridge Scholarship
This scholarship is available to master’s and PhD applicants from Chile in any subject. It is tenable at any College.
Application: Candidates are selected by ANID (not the Trust). To ensure that they are considered for this scholarship, applicants must: 1) check with ANID the funding call deadlines and details of the application process, and apply; accordingly, and 2) apply for admission to the University of Cambridge by the funding deadline specific to their course (please refer to the Postgraduate Course Directory)
3. Beit Cambridge Scholarship
This scholarship is available to master’s applicants normally resident in Zambia, Zimbabwe or Malawi in any subject. It is tenable at any College.
Application: Candidates are selected by Beit (not the Trust). To ensure that they are considered for this scholarship, applicants must: 1) check with the Beit Trust the funding call deadlines and details of the application process, and apply; accordingly, and 2) apply for admission to the University of Cambridge by the funding deadline specific to their course (please refer to the Postgraduate Course Directory).
4. Cambridge Masters Studentship
These studentships are available to all applicants, regardless of fee status, for one-year postgraduate study in any subject. They are tenable at any College.
Applicants who have already obtained, or are about to graduate with, a master’s or PhD level qualification will not be eligible.
The Trust is unable to offer scholarships for part-time master’s courses at any Department within the University.
5. Commonwealth (Cambridge) Scholarship
This scholarship is available to applicants from developing member countries of the Commonwealth, at master’s or PhD level in any subject. It is tenable at any College.
Candidates are selected by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (not the Trust). To ensure that they are considered for this scholarship,
• University tuition fee
• Annual stipend (sufficient for single person)
• Return economy airfare
6. Cambridge Trust Scholarship (postgraduate)
This scholarship is available to international master’s and PhD applicants in any subject. It is tenable at any College.
No separate application is required for this scholarship, only the application to the University of Cambridge for admission, which must be submitted by the funding deadline specific to your course
Value: Contribution towards University tuition fee
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