Craig Cambridge Fellowship
|Eligibility||Seniors and recent alumni (class of 2013)|
Established by Charles Craig ‘72, who studied at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge after graduating from Brown, the Craig Cambridge Fellowship provides an opportunity for one graduating senior or recent graduate to pursue a Masters Degree (M.Phil) in the humanities or social sciences at the University of Cambridge as a resident of Selwyn College.
The successful candidate will demonstrate academic distinction, particularly in his or her field of study, service to Brown and the surrounding community, leadership, and character. He or she will have a compelling reason for wanting to study at Cambridge and be an excellent match for the program of study for which he or she is applying at Cambridge.
The scholarship covers tuition, matriculation and laboratory costs, travel, and room and board at Selwyn College, Cambridge..
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Student who plan to apply for the Craig Cambridge Fellowship must simultaneously apply for admission to the University of Cambridge’s Board of Graduate Study in the appropriate field. They must list Selwyn College as their first choice of residential college on their University of Cambridge application.
Applicants must submit a complete application by the campus deadline. We require one copy of the following:
- A copy of your completed application to the University of Cambridge. Download the application from the University of Cambridge website http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/admissions
- A 500 word statement of the applicant’s proposed academic program
- A 1000 word statement describing the evolution of the applicants academic interests and how a year at Cambridge is relevant to the applicant’s future plans
- A complete resume
- An official Brown University transcript
- Three letters of recommendation, at least two of which must be from faculty. Referees can submit their letters via email to Linda_Sutherland@brown.edu. Please have letters addressed to Linda Dunleavy, Associate Dean of the College for Fellowships.
All application materials (except for official transcript) can be sent electronically to Linda_Sutherland@brown.edu, delivered to University Hall Suite 213 or sent to:
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Box 1828, Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
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