Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge has a very rich history, with its oldest college Peterhouse dating back to the year 1284. Some of its most famous alumni include Sir Isaac Newton, the British physicist who discovered gravity, the actor Ian McKellen, the mathematician Stephen Hawking, the actress Emma Thompson and the newspaper editor Arianna Huffington.
About University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge has achieved greatly in four categories: research, innovation, teaching and specialist criteria. In addition to being the fourth best university in the world, the University of Cambridge is fifth in the graduate employment rankings.
The University of Cambridge is also very competitive in a number of specialisms and ranks among the top three universities in the world for English language and literature, geography, history, modern languages, mechanical engineering, the natural sciences and many others.
There are many funding opportunities at Cambridge from a wide variety of sources including the Cambridge Trust, Gates Cambridge, Colleges, departments, Research Councils and central University funds. You can use our Cambridge Funding Search page to find out which type of funding you might be eligible for, and how and when to apply. We also operate a Graduate Funding Competition to co-ordinate some of these funding opportunites and make the process easier for you as an applicant.
Level/Field of study:
The funding are available for pursuing the different types and levels in the various field of study.
The scholarship is hosted by the University of Cambridge, UK.