The Jesus College, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, England invites applications from International students who are looking to acquire a scholarship opportunity to study a degree program at the College.
Application Deadline: March 27, 2018
Eligible Countries: International
To Be Taken At: UK
Number Of Awardees: Not specified
Value Of Scholarships: Humanities and Social Sciences: The Albert Goh and Elizabeth Coupe Scholarship: – £4000 for a one year course; One year Masters applicant in the Humanities or Social Sciences
History: The Gurnee Hart Scholarship – Up to £5,000 for a one year course; One year Masters in History or historical studies
Physical Sciences and Technology: The Embiricos Trust Scholarship – Up to £13,500 per academic year for 3 years maximum; First year PhD applicant in Physical Science, Engineering or Mathematics; Greek, Greek Cypriot or British nationality or descent
Classics: The John Killen Scholarship – £6,000 for a one year course; one year Masters applicant in Classics; Preference given to those with an interest in any of the following areas: the epigraphy and interpretation of Linear B, comparative philology, or the archaeology of Greece in the second millennium BC.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must:
- have completed their bachelors degree
- have applied or applying to Jesus College Cambridge
- have good academic grades
How To Apply: If you’re applying from outside the EU, you will need to submit a Cambridge Online Preliminary Application (COPA) as well as your UCAS application. There is also a small fee associated with international applications
The mode of applying is online. There are a number of pieces of information you’ll need to complete the COPA.
- Your UCAS Personal ID number (please see FAQ ‘What is my UCAS Personal ID?’)
- A passport style digital photograph of yourself.
- Your BMAT registration number (if applicable).
- Details of the qualifications you’re currently studying and/or have completed since age 11 (including UMS results/Percentage Uniform Marks (PUMs) if you’ve taken/are taking modular AS/A Levels).
- A copy of the personal statement that you’ve included or intend to include in your UCAS application.
- Contact details for your UCAS referee
- Contact details for your musical referee
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