Virtual Information Session for US applicants

  • September 16, 2010
Virtual Information Session for US applicants

This webinar will provide information about applying for 2011-12 for US applicants.

The annual Gates Cambridge Scholarship webinars will start with the US-orient information session on 21 September 2010.

The webinar will be at 1:00pm (Eastern Daylight Time) and will discuss international education at University of Cambridge through the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. It will include:

• Experiences of undertaking a graduate degree at the University of Cambridge
• Experiences as a Gates Cambridge Scholar
• Process for application and criteria for selection to the Gates Cambridge Scholarship

More information about the webinar and how to sign up for it is available from the outreach page.

A webinar aimed at non-US applicants is scheduled for October – more details will follow.

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