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PhD - Overseas Students

Please note you need to raise your own funding by applying for appropriate studentships, usually in your own country: £23,889 for fees and £12,880 for maintenance a year

= £37,000 x 3 years = £110,000.

There is a helpful section of the Prospectus called Frequently Asked Questions

Gates, Cambridge Trust, Commonwealth and other funding opportunities

Gates Cambridge Scholarships are highly-competitive full-cost awards open to students from every country of the world (except the United Kingdom) who wish to study in Cambridge. http://www.gatesscholar.org/
Closing date for applicants from USA mid-Oct
Closing date for applicants from other countries early Dec

CISS (Cambridge International Scholarship Scheme) for students who would be liable to pay the Overseas University Composition Fee – i.e. most non-EU applicants.
Closing date for all applicants early Dec http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/fees/funding/ciss/index.html

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and Cambridge Overseas Trust for overseas applicants from outside the EU.
Closing date for all applicants early Dec http://www.cambridgetrusts.org/

CHESS (Cambridge Home and EU Scholarship Scheme) for students from the UK & EU. http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/fees/funding/chess/index.html
Closing date for all applicants early Jan

There may be other funding opportunities for students of particular nationalities, the CAMFUNDS web tool includes many of these. 

 


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