Continuing education international programmes bursary fund

Continuing education international programmes bursary fund

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  • Students on a University of Cambridge International Summer Programme
    Students on a University of Cambridge International Summer Programme

Our vision is to share Cambridge – communicating its research and scholarship – with as many adults as possible, both locally and globally.

International Programmes bursary students have not only been inspired while studying here in Cambridge but also discovered new interests.

I can say that a month in Cambridge changed my life in a way that a year in any other university would not be able to.

Artem Sadoyan, Armenia (Bursary student, 2003)

My visit to Cambridge had a TREMENDOUS impact not only on my student life but more generally on my career.

Adam Glaz, Poland (Bursary student, 1991)

It is hard to imagine what my life could have been if not for the Summer School at Cambridge… I acted on the opportunities Cambridge gave to me and it took my life and career to another side of the world.

Kastytis Cechavicius, Lithuania/USA (Bursary student, 1992)

Your contribution will help overseas students from diverse social and economic backgrounds, who would never otherwise be able to participate, to study one of our University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes. Students who have received bursaries in the past have come from countries as diverse as Turkmenistan, Ghana, Azerbaijan, Colombia, Kyrgyzstan and Brazil. These bursaries change lives.

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