The Scholarship is tenable for up to three years from 1 October and there is no restriction of the field of study. Candidates must have graduated at a University before 1 October.
While consideration will normally be restricted to those who have obtained, or who have a strong prospect of obtaining, a first-class Honours degree (or its equivalent), evidence of subsequent intellectual development will be taken into account.
A maximum award of £19,340 per year plus the increase in University and College fees will be made to a scholar who has no other sources of finance as follows:
The successful candidate will receive a minimum award of £500 per year regardless of their resources.
Candidates will be expected to apply (where eligible) for State or Research Council Studentships. The College take into account grants and awards from other sources in arriving at a suitable maintenance grant.
Rented accommodation in or near College will be made available during the first year of residence to an unmarried scholar. A married scholar will be offered rented accommodation near to the College.
Candidates liable to pay University fees at the overseas rate will be expected to apply for Overseas Student Bursaries awarded by the University of Cambridge and organised by the Cambridge Trusts and the Board of Graduate Studies.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
For more scholarship information and application: Leslie Wilson Research Studentship - University of Cambridge