International Scholarship for Ph.D. Students 2023 is available for International Students. The fellowship provides for PhD-level studies in any subject taught at the University of Cambridge. The scholarship deadline is January 5, 2023. Cambridge University is a public college research university in Cambridge, England. It provides Ph.D. scholarships that are partially supported to overseas students who aspire to pursue a research career. The University of Cambridge is consistently ranked among the best universities in both national and international league tables, and it provides a world-class postgraduate education.
Their aim, with a worldwide perspective and reach, is to contribute to society by pursuing education, learning, and research at the highest international standards of quality. Cambridge offers nearly 300 postgraduate programs covering 21 types of certification, including teaching and research possibilities across an exceptionally broad range of academic areas, so you may select a course that combines your subject and research interests. The University provides a wide range of facilities and assistance. Beyond their academic studies, postgraduate students are active in all aspects of student life. The University of Cambridge has hundreds of student organizations, clubs, and societies devoted to community and charity, theatre, media, music, politics, and a variety of other interests. The University of Cambridge maintains stringent academic entrance standards since the postgraduate study is strenuous and intellectually challenging.
- Ph.D. level degree
The following subject is available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
The University of Cambridge gives about £100 million in scholarships to incoming postgraduate students each year. This funding is provided by a number of a large university and college endowments, as well as government Research Council (UKRI) subsidies. Many of our students also get financial assistance from outside sources, such as charities or government programs and loans.
Anyone who applies for a postgraduate study at Cambridge can also apply for funding consideration.
The following are the University of Cambridge’s key internal financing sources:
- Cambridge Trust
- Gates Cambridge Trust
- Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholars Programme (HDPSP)
- Research Councils (UKRI)
- Colleges and departments
- All Nationalities.
You should generally hold or have obtained the following by the commencement of your course:
An excellent upper second class (good 2:1) honors degree from a UK institution, or a comparable grade from an international university is required, as is completion of, or hiatus from, any ongoing training or education program.
Please examine the international section of our website to see if your international qualification matches the University’s minimal requirement.
You should be aware that completing the University’s or department’s minimal academic standards does not guarantee admission; it is merely one of the factors considered by academic selectors. Many other considerations, such as eligibility for the course, English proficiency, relevant experience, references, the availability of a qualified supervisor, and the number of available spaces, are also crucial.
Our Finance sections include further information on fees, other charges, and funding. If you are given a conditional offer of admission, you must affirm that you can cover your tuition and living expenses for the duration of your degree. If you already have funding for your research, you can include that information in your application.