John L. Goulandris Scholarship at University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge has an opening PhD scholarship. The duration of this scholarship is 1 to 3 years. This position is open only for Greek students. Applications are invited up to May 29, 2015.

The family of John L. Goulandris wishes to support a Scholarship for well-qualified Greek nationals, normally under the age of 35 and ordinarily resident in Greece (Hellenic Republic), who will be undertaking full-time study at the University of Cambridge for either a one year graduate taught course, leading to a postgraduate qualification (usually the MPhil degree) or a three or four year course of research leading to the PhD degree. The Scholarship will be open to new MPhil and PhD (3 year and 1 +3 year) applicants to the University of Cambridge and also, in the case of PhD study, to students already registered at the University for the PhD degree. In the latter case, 1 or 2 years (for those following 3 year PhD programmes) or 3 years (for those following 1 +3 PhD programmes) of further study, within three years of registration, may be supported.

Scholarship covers University Composition Fee at home/EU rate, College Fee and Full Maintenance grant.

The maximum award that will be made to a Scholar who has no other sources of finance will be as follows.
- University Composition Fee at home/EU rate
- College Fee.
- Full Maintenance grant.

The Scholarship will be tenable from the start of the next academic year (1 October 2015).

Application Requirements
- Only Greek nationals are eligible for this postgraduate scholarship.
- Candidates must have graduated at a University before 1 October 2015. Consideration will normally be restricted to those who have a record of academic excellence consistent with the proposed field of study and who can demonstrate the potential to make a significant contribution to the broader life of Magdalene College.
- 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 European equivalent), evidence of potential intellectual development will be taken into account.

How to apply?
The mode of applying is electronically or by post.

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