Virtual Information Session for International applicants

  • November 2, 2010
Virtual Information Session for International applicants

A virtual information session for international applicants

A Gates Cambridge Scholarship virtual information session for international applicants (i.e. those who must apply by the 1 December 2010 deadline) will be held from 10:30am – 11:30am (Eastern Daylight Time)on Thursday 11 November, 2010.

The webinar will be led by members of the Gates Scholars’ Alumni Association and will discuss international education at University of Cambridge through the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, including:

– Experiences of undertaking a graduate degree at the University of Cambridge
– Experiences as a Gates Cambridge Scholar
– Application process and selection criteria for the Gates Cambridge Scholarships

Spaces are limited, so to reserve your seat please be sure to register for the event by following this link: Register for the event

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