DUNLEVIE KING’S HALL STUDENTSHIPS
The Dunlevie King’s Hall Studentships are designed to support outstanding candidates for Masters degrees at Trinity College in the University of Cambridge. The studentships are funded by a generous donation offered by Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie, and celebrate the early origins of Trinity College as the King’s Scholars (later the King’s Hall) in 1317. The awards are open to Home and Overseas students, with preference given in the first instance to those studying Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
In 2021 up to six Dunlevie King’s Hall Studentships may be awarded, with the possibility of additional awards to candidates from African and Eastern European countries applying for funding through this competition.
ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS MUST:
- have applied for admission, or already received an offer of admission, for a Masters level degree at the University of Cambridge, and
- have selected Trinity College as their first-choice College.
THE STUDENTSHIPS COVER:
- Postgraduate Course Fees,
- maintenance allowance (at the minimum rate set by the University), and
- return ticket from the country of origin to the United Kingdom where applicable.
Awards will be conditional on the applicant being accepted by the University’s Postgraduate Admissions Office for a Masters course in the University. Successful applicant(s) must become member(s) of Trinity College on taking up the Studentship.
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