Cambridge Africa Changemakers Scholarship 2024
Cambridge Africa Changemakers Scholarship 2024/2025 is currently open for applications from highly motivated and outstanding African students who are passionate about advancing their educational careers. This program is open to PhD candidates.
This Fully Funded scholarship is an opportunity awarded to qualified African PhD candidates. This program is sponsored by Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and hosted by the University of Cambridge, UK. This scholarship aims to provide support to talented students who require financial assistance to take up their places at the University. Priority will be given to students whose research contributes to the development of the Continent and to climate-resilient and sustainable futures for Africa and the world. This scholarship program is closely affiliated with the Mastercard Foundation scholars programme.
The University of Cambridge is a public collegiate research university in Cambridge, England. Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge is the world’s third-oldest university in continuous operation. The university’s founding followed the arrival of scholars who left the University of Oxford for Cambridge after a dispute with local townspeople. The two ancient English universities, although sometimes described as rivals, share many common features and are often jointly referred to as Oxbridge. In 1231, 22 years after its founding, the university was recognized with a royal charter, granted by King Henry III. The University of Cambridge includes 31 semi-autonomous constituent colleges and over 150 academic departments, faculties, and other institutions organized into six schools. All of the colleges are self-governing institutions within the university, managing their personnel and policies, and all students are required to have a college affiliation within the university. Undergraduate teaching at Cambridge is centered on weekly small-group supervision in the colleges with lectures, seminars, laboratory work, and occasionally further supervision provided by the central university faculties and departments.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Cambridge Commonwealth Trust
Host Institution: University of Cambridge, UK
Scholarships Worth: Fully Funded
Number of Awards: Several
Study Level: PhD
Nationality: African Students
Requirement and Eligibility Criteria for Cambridge Africa Changemakers Scholarship 2024:
- Applicants must be African students
- Open to candidates from any country in the African
- Applicants must be a PhD level study
- Applicants whose research contributes to the development of the Continent and the climate-resilient and sustainable future for Africa and the world
- University tuition fee
- Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)
- Immigration Health Surcharge
- Travel and research costs
Application Procedures for the 2024/2025 Cambridge Africa Changemakers Scholarship (how to apply):
No separate application is required for this scholarship, only the application for admission to the University of Cambridge, which must be submitted by the funding deadline specific to your course (please refer to the Postgraduate Course Directory)
Application Deadline: Varying by Course.
For more information about this opportunity, Visit the Official Webpage.