Undergraduate bursaries

Undergraduate bursaries

  • Graduating students at General Admission, 2012
    Graduating students at General Admission

Of the 90 Nobel Prize-winners that Cambridge has produced since 1904, over a third received a scholarship or grant. Today, students face greater financial obstacles than ever to studying at Cambridge...

Not only must our undergraduate students commit to tuition fees of £9,000 each year, but the rising cost of living means basic maintenance presents an additional challenge to students from low-income families.

We want to be able to educate those who will benefit and contribute most from studying here by removing any financial or social barriers that currently stand in the way of talented students joining the Cambridge community.

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Undergraduate bursaries website

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Charlotte Owens is pictured with College friends
Charlotte Owens (Selwyn 2014) is an undergraduate Philosophy student. She is from Brighouse in West Yorkshire and is the first student from her sixth-form college to go to Cambridge University. She was encouraged to apply after participating in the HE+ programme in 2013.