The Governing Body of Peterhouse within the University of Cambridge, U.K., intends to award a number of Graduate Studentships, to be taken up in October 2022.
British and international students are eligible to apply for this opportunity. The award will be covering both fees and maintenance for up to a maximum of three years of PhD degree study of choice at the University of Cambridge. Please note, the college will offer studentships ONLY for students undertaking doctoral degrees; students doing Masters degrees or other qualifications such as diplomas are ineligible to apply.
To be eligible for a Peterhouse studentship, applicants must be accepted as a doctoral student by the University of Cambridge. They must therefore submit an application through the University’s Board of Graduate Studies, and they must meet whatever criteria are specified by the University and the department or faculty to which they apply. Further information can be found on the University’s Graduate Funding page, at https://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/finance/funding (noting, that your application for a PhD is made to the University and not to Peterhouse, but you can make your application for Peterhouse Graduate Studentships at the same time as your degree program application). Successful applicants must study at Peterhouse.
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