Scholarships Application Form

Scholarships

Background, Eligibility, and Application Instructions

The Donner Scholarship is named after William Donner Roosevelt (1932-2003); a leading North American philanthropist, whose paternal grandfather was Franklin D. Roosevelt and his maternal grandfather William Donner. Thanks to a generous benefaction from the Donner Foundation, Magdalene offers one Donner Scholarship each year to an academically excellent candidate with primary British or Canadian nationality who holds a University offer for an MPhil degree in a topic relevant to Anglo-American relations.

The scholarship can provide full fees and maintenance costs. Applicants are expected to apply for other sources of funding and the Donner Scholarship will be adjusted to take other funds received into consideration.

Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate the potential to make a significant contribution to Anglo-American relations and the broader life of the College. The offer holder will be selected by Magdalene College. It is a condition of the award that the recipient be a member of Magdalene College or willing to transfer to Magdalene College.

It is expected that all applicants will have been made an offer by the University before the scholarship application deadline of 8 March 2023.

Applying

Applicants should apply by completing and submitting the online application form below no later than 8 March 2023.

Please ensure that all the required application paperwork is submitted at the same time. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

References

You also need to arrange for two recent academic references to be supplied by the competition deadline using an online form to which they will be referred on receipt of your application. The references should be written by people who can offer an assessment of your academic achievements, your broader interests, and your potential to contribute to the advancement of your field of study in the long term.

If you cannot apply online, and require a hardcopy version of the application and reference forms please email postgraduates@magd.cam.ac.uk.

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Background, Eligibility, and Application Instructions

The family of John L. Goulandris have provided a generous benefaction to support a Scholarship for Greek nationals who have demonstrated academic excellence, and are ordinarily resident in Greece (Hellenic Republic). One scholarship will be offered to an offer holder at the University for a one-year taught Masters or a three-year research degree leading to a PhD. There is no restriction in the field of study.

The scholarship will provide up to £12,000 per year towards fees depending on the programme length, and satisfactory annual progress reports. Applicants are expected to apply for other sources of funding and the Goulandris award will be adjusted to take other funds received into consideration.

The offer holder will be selected by Magdalene College. It is a condition of the award that the recipient be a member of Magdalene College or willing to transfer to Magdalene College.

It is expected that all applicants will have been made an offer by the University before the scholarship application deadline of 8 March 2023.

Applying

Applicants should apply by completing and submitting the online application form below no later than 8 March 2023.

Please ensure that all the required application paperwork is submitted as early as possible. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

References

Applications require two recent academic references to be supplied by the competition deadline using the online form to which they will be referred on receipt of your application. The references should be written by people who can offer an assessment of your academic achievements, your broader interests, and your potential to contribute to the advancement of your field of study in the long term.

If you cannot apply online, and require a hardcopy version of the application and references forms please email postgraduates@magd.cam.ac.uk.

* = required field

Background, Eligibility, and Application Instructions

The Roosevelt Scholarship is named after William Donner Roosevelt (1932-2003); a leading North American philanthropist, whose paternal grandfather was Franklin D. Roosevelt and his maternal grandfather William Donner. Thanks to a generous benefaction from the Donner Foundation, Magdalene offers one Roosevelt Scholarship each year to an academically excellent candidate with primary British or Canadian nationality who holds a University offer for an MPhil degree in a topic relevant to Anglo-American relations.

The scholarship will provide up to £11,000 towards maintenance costs. Applicants are expected to apply for other sources of funding and the Roosevelt Scholarship will be adjusted to take other funds received into consideration.

Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate the potential to make a significant contribution to Anglo-American relations and the broader life of the College. The offer holder will be selected by Magdalene College. It is a condition of the award that the recipient be a member of Magdalene College or willing to transfer to Magdalene College.

It is expected that all applicants will have been made an offer by the University before the scholarship application deadline of 8 March 2023.

Applying

Applicants should apply by completing and submitting the online application form below no later than 8 March 2023.

Please ensure that all the required application paperwork is submitted at the same time as incomplete applications will not be considered.

References

You also need to arrange for two recent academic references to be supplied by the competition deadline using an online form to which they will be referred on receipt of your application. The references should be written by people who can offer an assessment of your academic achievements, your broader interests, and your potential to contribute to the advancement of your field of study in the long term.

If you cannot apply online, and require a hardcopy version of the application and references forms please email postgraduates@magd.cam.ac.uk.

* = required field

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Referees

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