Apply Now: St John’s College Nathoo Bursary for International Students at Cambridge University in UK 2020/21
An opportunity is open at the University of Cambridge for students to apply for the St. John College Nathoo Bursary. Students who are in need of fund to pay for their undergraduate level education, in the UK, are advised to apply.
This scholarship is awarded, based on academic merit, to one first year undergraduate student for the duration of their studies.
Why you should choose University of Cambridge
Cambridge is an internationally recognized university with a reputation for quality teaching and research. Cambridge is home to students from over 65 countries outside Europe. It offers undergraduate degree courses in social sciences, arts, sciences, engineering and medical sciences.
At Cambridge, students have access to a wide range of learning resources and facilities. The system, at Cambridge, is designed to support and meet the individual needs of students. Students who graduate from Cambridge are highly sought after.
Indeed, the University of Cambridge is the right place for you as a student.
The Nathoo scholarship is worth £10000 and is awarded on the basis of academic merit. It covers the living costs of the recipient.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria
Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria to be considered for this award.
- Be an international or domestic student.
- Must have applied for an undergraduate degree programme at the University of Cambridge through UCAC.
Application Deadline: 20 July 2020
First of all, student must apply for an undergraduate degree programme at the University of Cambridge.
In the first stage of the application process, a shortlist will be drawn on the basis of candidates’ academic record and performance during the admission process.
Afterwards, shortlisted candidates will be informed, and invited, by the university to submit a separate application in July. The application form will be forwarded to them through email.
Finally, the finalists will be invited to attend an interview at the beginning of September.