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Proposed Scholar
Applicant's telephone number
Applicant's correspondence address
Degrees already obtained
The subject you are applying to study / or are studying at the University of Cambridge, and your supervisor or prospective supervisor (at Cambridge)
Please indicate the Faculty or Department of the University of Cambridge in which you intend to do/are doing your PhD
When your PhD is expected to start/ or have started
If you have applied or are planning to apply for other funding, please provide details regarding amounts and sponsors
Project Title of your proposed research
Max 100 words. Abstract of the project worded so a non-specialist can understand it
Description of proposed research. This section should include background information and detail the methods/procedures to be employed
Please provide Referee's name, position, email address and phone number. References must be emailed to cerf@jbs.cam.ac.uk and received by CERF by 9 February 2022. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that references are sent to cerf@jbs.cam.ac.uk by the 9 February 2022
This is a check list to indicate which documents you will be attaching 1. Your up to date CV (required). Your CV should mention the overall grade you obtained for each university degree. 2. Project proposal (required)
Please upload your CV. Your CV should mention the overall grade you obtained for each university degree
Files must be less than 2 MB.
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Please upload your detailed project proposal
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Please upload any additional information that is not yet included elsewhere on this form
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