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University of Cambridge

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The University of Cambridge is one of the world's leading research universities, and home to more than 23,000 students from all corners of the globe. Building on its reputation for academic excellence, Cambridge often ranks amongst the very top universities in the world for teaching, research, international outlook and employer reputation. The University has a diverse and vibrant student community, with around 25% of undergraduates and more than 50% of postgraduates coming from outside the UK.

Scholarships and grants

University of Cambridge scholarships for European students

Cambridge Trust scholarships for undergraduate students
The Cambridge Trust offers a small number of part-cost scholarships, usually up to £10,000 each, for students with Overseas fee status, including European students. Applicants must demonstrate both financial need and significant academic achievement and potential.
To apply for a Cambridge Trust scholarship, students will first need to receive an offer of admission from a Cambridge College via the standard undergraduate application process. Offer-holders will be invited by their College to complete a separate application to the Trust.
Information for undergraduate applicants | Scholarships (cambridgetrust.org)

Cambridge College scholarships for undergraduate students
In addition to the part-cost scholarships offered by the Cambridge Trust, several Colleges offer scholarships for which European students are eligible. There is no separate application process for any of the opportunities listed below – students will be automatically considered if they select one of these Colleges on their UCAS application form and meet the relevant eligibility criteria.

Christ’s College
The Christ’s College International Awards are worth £10,000 per year and may be accompanied by a full or partial waiver of the College fee, which is currently £9,800 per year.
Financial support for overseas students | Christs College Cambridge

Gonville & Caius College
The Omorovicza Bursary is awarded by Gonville & Caius College to a student from Hungary. If there is no eligible student from Hungary, the bursary is awarded to a European student. The College may also provide additional financial support for European students who receive a part-cost scholarship from the Cambridge Trust.
Overseas scholarships | Gonville & Caius (cam.ac.uk)

King’s College
The King’s College International Studentships are typically worth £2,000-£3,000 per year.
King's International Studentships | King's College Cambridge

Peterhouse
Peterhouse offers two full-cost scholarships for students with Overseas fee status, including European students.
Financial Support | Peterhouse Cambridge

St John’s College
St John’s College offers a scholarship for a French student on any undergraduate course, except Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.
Scholarship for French students | StJohns (cam.ac.uk)

Trinity College
Trinity College offers five full-cost scholarships for students from Europe, and may additionally offer a full or partial waiver of the College fee, which is currently £9,300 per year.
Financial Support - Trinity College Cambridge

Funding opportunities for postgraduate students
Every year Cambridge awards over £100 million in scholarships to incoming postgraduate students. These scholarships are funded by the University and Colleges, as well as the UK’s Research Councils. Many students are also able to fund their studies from external sources, such as loans, charities, or government schemes. Full details can be found on our website:
Funding | Postgraduate Admissions (cam.ac.uk)
Prospective applicants can discover a wide range of funding opportunities from across the University and Colleges by using our student funding search engine:
Welcome - Postgraduate Funding Search (cam.ac.uk)

WEBINAR
If you are planning to apply for a master or postgraduate degree, join this session where UK universities share their top tips on what to do – and what to avoid. From how to write a statement that stands out, to what references to include and how to prepare for an interview, the session will help you prepare a successful application to your university.
Speakers
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam Twells, Regional Manager Student Recruitment (Europe), University of Cambridge
Sam.Twells@admin.cam.ac.uk Sam studied History at Cambridge and has worked there since graduating in 2014. His first outreach position involved liaising with schools across the UK on behalf of his College, Corpus Christi. He then moved to the central Cambridge Admissions Office to deliver the University Open Days, before transferring to the International Student Recruitment team in 2018. Sam is now responsible for engaging with students, parents, counsellors and schools from across Europe.
Katerina Fegarou,  Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina Fegarou, Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina completed her tertiary education in the UK (holds a BA in Political Economy and MSc in Economics / Business Strategy). She joined the British Council Greece in 1997 and since then she has been dedicated in the promotion of the British education. Areas of her expertise are the British and Greek education markets and related policies, the provision of Trans-National education, the recognition of UK qualifications. Katerina oversees the relationship with the UK education counsellors and alumni associations in Greece.

SUBJECTS

Archaeology
  • Archaeology
Architecture, building and planning
  • Architecture
Biological sciences
  • Biology
  • Genetics
  • Microbiology
  • Molecular biology, biophysics, and biochemistry
  • Psychology – take a look at our psychology subject guide
  • Zoology
Business, management and administrative studies
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Management studies
  • Marketing
Chemical engineering
  • Chemical engineering
Chemistry
  • Chemistry
Classical studies
  • Classical studies
Computer science
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Computer science
  • Information systems
  • Software engineering
Economics
  • Economics
Education
  • Academic studies in education
  • Research and study skills in education
  • Teacher training
Engineering and technology
  • Aerospace
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical, process, and energy
  • Civil engineering
  • Electronic and electrical engineering
  • General engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Metallurgy
  • Production and manufacturing
English
  • English
  • English literature
Geography
  • Geography
Historical and philosophical studies
  • Archaeology
  • Heritage studies
  • History by area
  • History by period
  • History by topic
  • Philosophy
  • Theology and religious studies
Languages
  • African studies
  • American studies
  • Ancient language studies
  • Asian studies
  • Celtic studies
  • Chinese studies
  • Classical Greek studies
  • Classical studies
  • Comparative literary studies
  • English studies
  • European studies
  • French studies
  • German studies
  • Italian studies
  • Japanese studies
  • Latin studies
  • Linguistics
  • Modern Middle Eastern studies
  • Portuguese studies
  • Russian and East European studies
  • Scandinavian studies
  • South Asian studies
  • Spanish studies
Law
  • Law
Mathematical science
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
MBA
  • MBA
Medicine and allied subjects
  • Anatomy, physiology, and pathology
  • Medicine (general) and clinical
  • Pharmacology, toxicology, and pharmacy
Music
  • Music
  • Music and communities
  • Music composition and technology
Philosophy
  • Philosophy
Physical sciences
  • Astronomy
  • Chemistry
  • Geology
  • Materials science
  • Physical geographical sciences
  • Physics
  • Science of aquatic and terrestrial environments
Politics
  • Politics
Psychology
  • Applied psychology
  • Clinical psychology
  • Developmental psychology
  • Educational psychology
Social studies
  • Anthropology
  • Criminology
  • Development studies
  • Economics
  • Human and social geography
  • Politics
  • Sociology
Theology
  • Theology
Veterinary science
  • Veterinary science

Location

Cambridge CB2 1TN