Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarships
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Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarships - PhD Scholarships for students interested in Jewish, Christian and Muslim relations
In partnership with the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust / Cambridge Overseas Trust, the Woolf Institute has established the Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarships. These scholarships are intended to support outstanding research students at the University of Cambridge who have the potential to become exceptional leaders of the future.
Scholars will be selected from amongst applicants in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Their research must be relevant to the focus of the Woolf Institute - the multi-disciplinary study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims.
The Woolf Institute and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust / Cambridge Overseas Trust will co-fund the successful candidates. Each scholarship will cover the full cost of studying for a PhD at the University of Cambridge, and will be tenable at any of the thirty-one Cambridge Colleges.
General eligibility requirements for scholarships administered by the Cambridge Trusts are at http://www.cambridgetrusts.org/scholarships/eligibility/. In addition, Woolf Institute Scholarship applicants' research must be relevant to the focus of the Woolf Institute - the multi-disciplinary study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims.
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Applicants are required to apply to the University in the normal way, and by the published scholarship application deadline [https://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/]. Applicants must show evidence of excellence in their field of study and formulate a coherent research proposal. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Woolf Institute prior to submitting their application to discuss whether their research proposal is relevant to the Institute’s focus.
Please see https://www.cambridgetrust.org/scholarships/key-points-for-postgraduate-applicants/ for additional details and guidance.
For further information, contact:
Woolf Institute (www.woolf.cam.ac.uk)
Cambridge Trusts (www.cambridgetrusts.org)