Schlumberger Cambridge Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries

Schlumberger Research Ltd
PhD Degree

Deadline: 1 Sept 2010 (Annual)
Study in: UK
Course starts October 2011

Brief description:

The scholarships are offered in collaboration with Schlumberger Cambridge Research Limited and are intended for students from developing countries who are pursuing courses of research leading to the degree of PhD at University of Cambridge.

Host Institution(s):

University of Cambridge, UK

Field of study:

Any PhD research programme in technological and scientific subjects offered at the University

Number of Scholarships:

One scholarship offered annually

Target group:

The scholarships are intended for students from developing countries.

Scholarship value/inclusions:

The scholarship will normally cover up to:

•  the University Composition Fee at the appropriate rate
•  approved College fees
•  a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single student

Eligibility:

Applicants  must be from a developing country and must be admitted to Cambridge through the University’s normal academic procedures. They must apply to a PhD research programme in technological and scientific subjects offered at the University.

He/she must have a first class or high second class honours degree, or its equivalent, from a recognised university. Those who are not native speakers of English are required by the Board of Graduate Studies to provide the results of an English language test and to meet the minimum standard of proficiency required for admission to Cambridge (see ‘Entry requirements‘)

Application instructions:

First submit the on-line GRADSAF form at least two weeks before the course deadline and then submit the hard copy supporting documents so they arrive in Cambridge no later than the course deadline.  For non-UK students, your GRADSAF is also your application to the Cambridge Trusts if you are made an offer to study.

Students CAN apply for funding before securing an offer of study and indeed most students apply for admission and apply for funding concurrently. All candidates are advised to apply as early as possible after the opening date of 1 September 2010 for admission and funding. Applications are accepted until 15 December 2010

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Contact information:

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and Cambridge Overseas Trust
PO Box 252
Cambridge
CB2 1TQ

Website www.cambridgetrusts.org
Email info@overseastrusts.cam.ac.uk
Fax + 44 (0)1223 760618 (CCT/COT)

Website:

Official Scholarship Website:  http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/univ/gsprospectus/funding/overseas/countries/schlumberger.html

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