Continuing education scholarship funds

Continuing education scholarship funds

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Your contribution will make it possible for outstanding individuals to study on the Institute of Continuing Education's Master of Studies programmes.

For example, a scholarship for our Master of Studies in International Relations will assist a committed international relations advocate to study with us and return to, and work more effectively, in their country of origin.

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Gift announcements

Cambridge owes its world-leading excellence in research and teaching to the generosity of its supporters. Our history is synonymous with a history of far-sighted benefaction, and the same is as true today as it has ever been.

The wetlands of the Camargue, France. Image copyright Josef Grunig and used under a Creative Commons licence
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The MAVA Foundation has given a £1.14 million grant to Cambridge’s Department of Zoology to support its 'Conservation Evidence' project.
Laser laboratory in the Department of Chemistry
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Gift from The Frances and Augustus Newman Foundation for new laboratory in the Department of Chemistry – The Sir Rodney Sweetnam Laboratory for Micro and Nanoscale Biomedical Science.

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