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.

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A Cambridge alumna has given a 'birthday present' to the Department of Zoology, as it celebrates 150 years of zoology at the University.
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Established as a charity in 1920, the Evelyn Trust makes grants to support medical research and health and wellbeing projects in Cambridgeshire. The Trust is particularly interested in research projects that have the potential to deliver transformational change, such as demonstration or pilot projects.

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