Funding for graduate students — Faculty of History.
For students undertaking advanced study or research in Physics, Engineering or related sciences. For current awardees, please find the progress report form here. Sims Studentship. For graduates of the University of Cambridge applying to study in the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Medicine.
Our PhD and research master's students also benefit from the fact that Cambridge Judge Business School is a vibrant place for wider scholarly exchange. In addition to our own leading faculty members who regularly publish with students in top journals in their fields and who hold senior editorial positions with those journals, we also regularly host visitors from around the world who are doing.
PhD studentships on offer in Cambridge and selected opportunities from elsewhere will be advertised here. You are also welcome to browse the research directory and contact potential supervisors directly.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is the main funding body for engineering and physical sciences research in the UK. By investing in research and postgraduate training, we are building the knowledge and skills base needed to address the scientific and technological challenges facing the nation.
If you are currently studying at Cambridge with a scholarship from the Trust, find more information in our guidelines for scholars. Our partners The Trust is supported by a wide range of funding partners.
Funding for Tuition Fees or Living Expenses. Funding available for current students is limited as students are expected to have their finances in place before they start their course however there may be some small part-cost bursaries or Research Council awards available for current students.If you are searching for funding we recommend that you check the Cambridge Student's webpage on Funding.
PhD in Mathematics of Information (Cambridge Mathematics of Information - CMI) For detailed information on University funding deadlines and the applications process please visit the University's Graduate Admissions webpages. Postgraduate Open Day 2019.