St Edmund’s is, as always, grateful to the donors and sponsors who have made these awards possible as well as our awards and prizes available to students in residence. If you wish to discuss donating towards new or existing Student Support initiatives, please contact the Development Office.
We are delighted to announce the fourth year of The Luzio Vice-Chancellors PhD Scholarship, set up in honour of the former Master, Professor Paul Luzio. The scholarship is open to a new Home or EU PhD student, of outstanding academic promise in the Arts and Humanities fields who has put St Edmund’s as their first choice College. One Scholarship is awarded each year and the award started in 2014-15. The scholarship covers the University tuition fee and an annual stipend for maintenance (for a single person only) for three years. Applications should be submitted via the Cambridge Trust.
This scholarship is available to PhD candidates in any field and is awarded every 3 years for full cost funding of the University tuition fee and an annual stipend (sufficient for a single person). This is funded partly by the College and partly by the Cambridge Trust. No separate application is necessary for this scholarship, just application to the University of Cambridge. However, it is only tenable to a student at St Edmund’s College. The scholarship(s) is awarded every three years (next available in 2019-2020).
The Duke of Edinburgh Scholarships are open to both Overseas (non EU) and Home and EU PhD students, in any discipline and cover the University Tuition fee and an annual stipend sufficient for a single person. The scholarships are part funded by a legacy and a generous donation from an alumnus, which are then matched by the Cambridge Commonwealth European and International Trust. The Cambridge Trust administers the awards, further details of which are available via the Trust. The scholarship(s) is awarded every three years (next available in 2019-2020).
The AGM Randeree Scholarship offers a unique opportunity for prospective students who are actively engaged in the British Muslim community to develop their leadership capabilities. It has been made possible by the generosity of the Muslim Council of Britain and is aimed to support one student with leadership potential to enhance their intellectual reach through study at one of the world’s leading universities, and to nurture their leadership capacity through mentoring and a 4-6 week placement with a respected relevant community or research organisation. Further details can be found on the Muslim Council of Britain Website. Students must hold an offer of a place with their Department by the time of interview. The deadline for applications is Friday 2 December and the interview date will be announced.
The scholarship offers a unique opportunity for an exceptional Muslim student active in British Muslim communities and interested in how the needs of these communities may be met through public policy work. The Foundation also wishes to support those students who would like to pursue a career in public policy not only to benefit Muslims, but all communities, in pursuit of their specific and common goals that will help create a more cohesive Britain. The scholarship will cover tuition and living expenses for a year, up to a maximum of £25,000 in total. For further details and information on how to apply, please visit the Aziz Foundation website. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 4th January 2017 and interviews are expected to be held towards the end of March 2017.
St Edmund’s is a partner in the Newton Chess MPhil Studentships which give funding for three MPhil studentships. The NCMS provides funding to UK students undertaking a research MPhil in any discipline. this is for Home students applying for MPhil courses with a research focus who may be intending to continue to the PhD. The scheme is administered alongside the Cambridge Home and EU Scholarship Scheme (CHESS). The awards are for one year at the rate of £12,000 which will cover payment of fees and a maintenance stipend. For further details please click here.
The bursary is for the best qualified applicant who applies for the MPhil in Archaeology, and who wishes to specialise in Archaeological Science, with a preference for those who have an interest in Geoarchaeology. Students with any fee status (Home/EU/Overseas) are eligible to apply. Applicant must have been accepted for a place on the MPhil in Archaeology with a specialisation in Archaeological Science, and must have chosen St Edmund's as their preferred College. The bursary is to the amount of £5,000 and is funded jointly by the Charles McBurney Laboratory for Geoarchaeology, St Edmund's College, Professor Charles French (a Fellow of St Edmund's) and private donations. Applications should be made in writing to St Edmund’s College, including a statement of no more than 1,000 words in support of your application. Applications should be made by 1st May 2017.
The Omid Trust is an independent and non-partisan charity based in the UK. It is dedicated to supporting the brightest Iranian students and enabling them to pursue higher education at leading universities around the world. It works with the Cambridge Trust to co-fund the Omid Cambridge Scholarship, available for Iranian students who apply to take a Masters degree at the University of Cambridge. The scholarship is tenable at St Edmund's College and applications can be made in the normal way to the Trusts.
A £10,000 award (£5,000 payable in 2017/18 and £5,000 payable in 2018/19) has been made available by St Edmund’s College in partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School for applicants on the MSt in Social Innovation who select St Edmund’s as their first College choice. St Edmund’s and CJBS welcome applications from any candidate, irrespective of nationality or geographical location. Applications are particularly welcomed from social sector practitioners (working at organisations with limited resources, such as NGOs, in particular).
To apply for this funding applicants will be required to submit an application:
Candidates must have received an offer to join the programme in October 2017 and membership at St Edmund’s College before they can be considered for the scholarship.
The deadline to apply for this scholarships is 30 April 2017.
The Cambridge Bursary Scheme provides bursaries to Home and EU undergraduates studying for a first degree of up to £3,500 (or £5,600 for some mature students) per year for students with household incomes of less than £42,620. The Bursary is in addition to the support available from the Government. Further details can be found here.
The Faraday Institute offers bursaries of up to £7500 for postgraduate students of St Edmund’s College, towards the cost of a postgraduate degree in any topic related to science and religion. For further details please contact email@example.com.