2011 Gates Scholars selected in international round

  • April 11, 2011
2011 Gates Scholars selected in international round

60 high-flyers from 29 countries awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship for 2011

Sixty of the world’s most brilliant students have been awarded a prestigious Gates scholarship, including for the first time students from Bolivia, Tanzania and Brunei Darussalam.

The new scholars from 29 countries were selected after interviews at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge at the end of March and will join 30 US scholars selected after interviews in New York in February.

Full details are avaiable from the new scholars 2011 page.

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