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Fees and Funding

  • You can find full information about course fees on the Graduate Admissions website.
  • You can find full information about possible sources of funding on the Graduate Admissions website.
  • Dedicated MPhil Public Policy bursaries: The MPhil Public Policy also has a number of dedicated individual bursaries, as detailed below. These bursaries are awarded to outstanding applicants based on merit.

*Kanders Churchill Scholarship: We are very pleased to announce this scholarship, which was launched for the 2018-19 academic year.  It is open to US citizens, who hold a bachelor's degree with a major or minor in science, mathematics or engineering (gained within the past three years, or longer, in excpetional circumstances). The Kanders Churchill Scholarship is a full scholarship, the successful candidate will be registered for the MPhil in Public Policy and will be based at Churchill College. The deadline for applications for this scholarship for admission in 2019 will be Wednesday 10th October 2018. More information on this scholarship is available on the Churchill Foundation website: http://www.churchillscholarship.org/index.html

To apply for the Kanders Churchill Scholarship you should apply in the normal way using the Applicant Portal: Tick the box 'Apply for Cambridge Scholarships' and in the 'Reason to Apply' section note your eligibility for this scholarship (if you wish to be considered for any other Cambridge scholarship opportunities you should list these here too).  In the section for 'College Preference' please indicate that Churchill College is your first choice.

*YouGov Scholarships: A limited number of partial scholarships are available to MPhil in Public Policy applicants through the Department's collaboration with YouGov.  There is no need to make a separate application to be considered for a YouGov Scholarship. You should apply in the normal way, meeting the course deadline of 28 February.

For further information on YouGov Cambridge please visit their website: https://yougov.co.uk/cambridge/

*The Stanley P Gold Studentship:  A partial studentship (covering the course fee), is now available to the MPhil in Public Policy thanks to the generosity of one of our alumni. There is no need to make a separate application to be considered for a Stanley P Gold Studentship. You should apply in the normal way, meeting the course deadline of 28 February.

To apply for either a YouGov Scholarship or Stanley P Gold Studentship you should apply in the normal way using the Applicant Portal: Tick the box 'Apply for Cambridge Scholarships' and in the 'Reason to Apply' section indicate which award  you wish to be considered for (you can apply for both - you can also indicate the names of any other Cambridge scholarships you are interested in, but do take note that the funding deadlines may be different).  There is no College restriction for either Stanley P Gold or YouGov funding.

Departmental awards are made at the end of the admissions cycle, with announcements to successful candidates issued in April/May. 

Please note that there are firm deadlines for applying for funding opportunities, any application received after the stated funding deadline will not be eligible for consideration for an award  (please see Deadlines for further information).