Applicants from the USA shortlisted for interview

  • December 21, 2009

The Gates Cambridge Trust has decided upon an interview shortlist for applicants from the USA. The shortlisted candidates have been invited to interview in Annapolis, MD in early February 2010 and were sent an email on 20 December 2009 with full information about the interviews.

All applicants who were not shortlisted for interview were sent an email on 21 December 2009.

Applicants from all other countries (and applicants from the USA who are currently studying at Cambridge) will considered in the later application round, with interviews in late March 2010.

 

 

 

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