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

Latest News

The magic of music

Eighteen months ago, after finishing her PhD, Naomi Woo [2014] moved to Winnipeg to take up the role of assistant conductor of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. The role is a first stepping stone to a career conducting orchestras in Canada and internationally. In this position, Naomi has conducted concerts for all audiences, but also had […]

Exploring the neural bases of consciousness

New insights into how neurochemical influences from the brainstem affect the rest of the brain to bring about consciousness could help brain-damaged patients and further our understanding of how consciousness works. A new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [PNAS] by researchers at the Division of Anaesthesia, University of Cambridge investigates the […]

Knowledge gap on zoonotic disease transmission highlighted

The impact of climate change on migration patterns, particularly in areas which depend on agriculture and livestock, could affect zoonotic disease transmission yet little research has been done to date. A new study, led by Gates Cambridge Scholar and Veterinary Science PhD student Dorien Braam [2018], looks at the research that currently exists, but calls […]

Addressing climate change in words and action

A Gates Cambridge Scholar has called for the US federal government to establish a national, robust and legally binding net-zero target that emphasises comprehensiveness, equity and clarity on the role of offsets.  In an opinion piece in Arizona Republic, Stephen Lezak and his co-authors, including Kate Gallego, the mayor of Phoenix, Arizona, which has done […]