H E Durham Fund


The Administrators invite applications from individual Cambridge undergraduates for grants to enable them to study or assist in research within the subjects specified for about eight weeks during the Long Vacation.  They do this in the hope that experience of this kind may help undergraduates, as potential research workers, in their choice of subject at a later date.  Applications for expeditions or electives will rarely qualify.  Some money may also be available to assist graduates with specific research projects of short duration.

The application form may be submitted electronically (email fiona.macdonald@kings.cam.ac.uk) or hard copy to Fiona MacDonald at King’s College.
Closing date: Wednesday 8 May 2019.
It is hoped to inform successful candidates by the middle of June.

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