Webinar on Gates Cambridge Scholarships now available

  • September 14, 2009

The Gates Scholars’ Alumni Association held a virtual information session on the Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme last week.

The webinar, broadcast live to almost 200 people, provided key information about the Gates Cambridge Scholarships and life in Cambridge through a presentation and Q&A session.

The webinar was organised by Dr Andrew Robertson (Co-Chair of the GSAA, Trustee of the Gates Cambridge Trust and a member of the Gates Scholar selection panel for biological sciences) and Dr Hilary Levey (Co-Chair of the GSAA, lead on the Gates Ambassadors programme and a member of the Gates Scholar selection panel for arts and humanities). Andrew and Hilary were joined by James Smith, Executive Officer of the Trust.

This webinar is geared toward a US audience. A webinar for a non-US audience is planned for late October.

Play/download webinar (wmv file, 70MB)

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