Fellowship Programs
55 Whitney Avenue
3rd Floor
New Haven, CT
06510
phone: 203-432-8685
fax: 203-432-8006

 

 

Yale College
Dean's Office
P.O. Box 208241
New Haven, CT
06520-8241   USA

Scholarships through the Gates and other Cambridge Trusts

Eligibility

Seniors, Graduates, citizens of countries other than the UK

Purpose

Supports post-graduate degree study at Cambridge.

See the Gates website and the website for the Cambridge Commonwealth and Cambridge Overseas Trusts for further information.

Though endorsement from Yale is not required, interested applicants are encouraged to make an appointment with Kate Dailinger of Fellowship Programs. She can translate Cambridge terminology, help with contacts, advise on applications, and more.

Application for these scholarships is made as part of the application to study at Cambridge (click here for further information about postgraduate study at Cambridge, applications, etc.).

Candidates from outside the EU should also look carefully at the website for the Cambridge Commonwealth and Cambridge Overseas Trusts, noting in particular the fellowship search by country, which lists fellowships available through the Trusts, and also fellowships for which separate application must be made.

 

 

Deadlines

For Gates: the deadline for the particular degree course or one of the following, whichever is earlier (e.g., the Faculty of History usually has an earlier deadline than the Gates...):

For scholarships through the Cambridge Commonwealth and Cambridge Overseas Trusts: the deadline for the particular degree course or the following, whichever is earlier:

*The new Cambridge GRADSAF application usually goes live on about September 1st, but does not tend to change much from year to year - look at the down-loadable paper application from last year to see what this year's application should look like.

*Note that once the online application has been started it must be changed or updated (at least a little bit) every few days to avoid being deleted.