Awards and Scholarships

Studentships / Bursaries

Darwin is very grateful to the donors and sponsors who have made these awards possible.  If you wish to discuss donating towards new or existing student support initiatives, please contact the Development Office.

Darwin/Vice-Chancellor's Studentship 2019-20

For 2019-20 entry Darwin is offering a new Vice-Chancellor's PhD Scholarship.  The scholarship is open to a new Home or EU PhD student, of outstanding academic promise who has put Darwin as their first choice College. One Scholarship will be awarded each year. The scholarship covers the University tuition fee and an annual stipend for maintenance (for a single person only) for three years. Applicants who indicate that they are applying for funding and whose applications are received by the University's funding deadline (either 5 December 2018 or 3 January 2019 according to the Graduate Funding deadline set for your chosen course) will be considered for these awards, which are allocated on the basis of a University-wide competition.  Applications for these awards are made via the University's standard postgraduate application process.

Darwin Cambridge UK Masters Scholarships 2019-20

In collaboration with the Cambridge Trust, Darwin College is offering two awards worth £12,000 each for Masters students in the academic year 2019-20.  Only UK (Home) students are eligible for these awards.  All UK candidates who indicate that they are applying for funding and whose applications are received by the University's funding deadline (either 5 December 2018 or 3 January 2019 according to the Graduate Funding deadline set for your chosen course) will be considered for these awards, which are allocated on the basis of a University-wide competition.  Applications for these awards are made via the University's standard postgraduate application process.

Darwin Philosophy Studentship(s) 2019-20

Darwin College offers annually, by competition, one or more Philosophy Studentships of up to £6,000 to students commencing graduate work in the Faculty of Philosophy. Other things being equal, preference will be given to UK students.  The award is for students to study at Darwin College.   Applications are welcome from students applying to Darwin, or from students who, if applying to other Colleges, are prepared to apply to transfer to Darwin.    No special application forms are necessary, and all those eligible will be considered from information contained in their original application to the University.   The tenure of the award is for one year, but holders may be considered in subsequent years.

Geoffrey Fisk Scholarship 2019-20

Darwin College offers annually, by competition, one or more Geoffrey Fisk Scholarships of up to £6,000 to students studying the medical sciences broadly defined with an emphasis where and when possible on orthopaedics.  Applications are welcome from students applying to Darwin, or from students who, if applying to other Colleges, are prepared to apply to transfer to Darwin. The tenure of the award is for one year, but holders may be considered in subsequent years.  Written applications to the Dean (djn33@cam.ac.uk) should include a personal statement and CV.  Applications must be submitted by 31 March.

Darwin Vargas Scholarship

Darwin College offers a Vargas Scholarship which provides all approved fees and maintenance for up to four years. Only Venezuelan citizens studying for the PhD (or MPhil leading to PhD) in medicine (or possibly related subjects) are eligible. Applicants should apply in writing by email in the first instance directly to the Dean of the College as the studentship is not always available (deanery@darwin.cam.ac.uk).

University Funding

Details of the various awards, scholarships, hardship funds and other student support funds can be found in  the online directory of awards and funds administered by the University (including departments, faculties, colleges, central offices and other internal sponsors).

To search the database, go to Cambridge Funding Search: http://www.student-funding.cam.ac.uk/

Darwin Hardship Funding

The College has funds to help with financial emergencies which can occur once a student is already in Cambridge.

 

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