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The University’s Graduate Admissions website provides a full range of useful information including an explanation of the University’s college system and about accommodation here in Cambridge.
The university composition fees (tuition fees) for study commencing in October 2022 are:
MPhil in Population Health Sciences: Home £12,525 and International £32,412
MSt in Population Health Sciences annual fee: Home £6,262 and International £16,206
HDRUK funded scholarships are available to candidates following the Health Data Science theme. These scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the course admissions committee to cover between 50% and 100% of tuition fees and living costs. Applicants for the HDS stream will automatically be considered for these scholarships.
Departmental scholarships are also available for selected students following other themes. These scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the course admissions committee to cover between 50% and 100% of tuition fees. Applicants will automatically be considered for these scholarships.
The Lucy Cavendish – Trinity Global Health Studentship
This is an annual scholarship of £30,000 to support MPhil Population Health Sciences’ students.
The studentship is to cover tuition fees and maintenance fees for Home students and can cover the majority of tuition fees for Overseas students. There is no specific MPhil PHS theme preference for the award. In academic year 2022/23, the applicant must select Lucy Cavendish as their first choice college.
For further details:https://www.student-funding.cam.ac.uk/fund/the-lucy-cavendish-trinity-global-health-studentship-2022
The Malati Kanbur Fund (Lucy Cavendish College)
The Malati Kanbur fund will be a full award to cover tuition and maintenance fees for one home or overseas student. The successful student will be supervised under Professor Jonathan Mant, Head of Primary Care Unit and be interested in focusing on stroke and elderly research in their dissertation.
The applicant must select Lucy Cavendish as their first choice college. Please indicate, on your application form, that you are interested in applying for the Malati Kanbur Fund.
For further details: https://www.student-funding.cam.ac.uk/fund/malati-kanbur-fund-2022