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CERF Scholar Application Form

NB! Applicants for a CERF PhD Studentship Scheme have to be nominated by their PhD supervisor. Nominations are accepted by email to . Nominators must provide their full  name, position held and contact details. Applications can only be accepted after a nomination email has been received.

The deadline for applications is 9 February 2020, 23:59 (GMT+0:00)

If you require the form in an alternative format or a hard copy, please contact .

List of Attachments   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)

You will get an email confirming that your form has been submitted. If you do not receive a confirmation within 24h, please email . You will then get another email confirming that your application has been accepted and is being considered, provided a nomination email from your supervisor has been received. All queries must be sent to: . A copy of your GRADSAF / PhD application documents (including official transcripts and references) is required to assist the selection panel with the assessment of your application. Please ask your faculty administrator to email a copy of your GRADSAF to:

How we use your personal information

Cambridge Judge Business School will use your personal information to assess your application and may contact your referees. It will be shared with the selection panel consisting of academics from the University of Cambridge. Your application will be handled by the CERF administration.

Read more about how we handle your personal information and your rights under data protection legislation

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