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2016 University of Cambridge Clutton-Brock funding for Zimbabwean Students, UK

The University of Cambridge awards Clutton-Brock funding for Zimbabwean students. The studentships are available for a one-year graduate taught course, leading to a postgraduate qualification (usually the MPhil degree) and a three-year course of research, leading to the PhD degree. The application deadline is 2 December 2015.

Study Subject(s): The studentships are awarded in all subjects available at the university. Preference will be given to students wishing to study subjects relevant to the development of Zimbabwe.
Course Level:
The studentships are available for a one-year graduate taught course, leading to a postgraduate qualification (usually the MPhil degree) and a three-year course of research, leading to the PhD degree.
Programme Provider: University of Cambridge, UK
Award can be taken at: UK

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Eligibility: The The studentships are open to citizens of Zimbabwe, normally under the age of 35 and normally resident in Zimbabwe, who already have, or expect to obtain before 1 October 2016, a first class or high second class degree or its equivalent from a recognised University. Preference will be given to students wishing to study subjects relevant to the development of Zimbabwe.

Open for International Students: The studentships are open to citizens of Zimbabwe.

Description: university of cambridge scholarshipThe object of this application scheme is to establish scholarships at postgraduate level in the University of Cambridge for the benefit of students from Zimbabwe as a permanent memorial to the late Guy Clutton Brock, Hero of Zimbabwe and graduate of Magdalene College. Subject to the availability of funds, they aim to have up to two Clutton-Brock Scholars in residence at any one time for: a one-year graduate taught course, leading to a postgraduate qualification (usually the MPhil degree) and a three-year course of research, leading to the PhD degree.

Number of award(s): Subject to the availability of funds, the university aims to have up to two Clutton-Brock Scholars in residence at any one time.

Duration of award(s): Not Known

What does it cover? Each category of scholarship provides:
-the University composition fee (home rate: PhD; overseas rate: MPhil);
-a maintenance allowance for a single student; and
-a contribution to a return economy airfare.

Selection Criteria: Not Known

Notification: Not Known

How to Apply:  The scheme is administered on behalf of the University of Cambridge and Magdalene College by the Board of Graduate Studies (for admission to the University) and the Cambridge Trusts (for funding). Further information and application materials are available in the University’s Graduate Studies Prospectus. Applicants for admission to the University must complete and return a GRADSAF Application Form to the Board of Graduate Studies.

Application Form

Application Deadline: The application deadline is 2 December 2015.

Further Official Scholarship Information and Application