The Schlumberger Cambridge scholarship is available to PhD candidates in subjects relevant to the work of the Schlumberger Gould Research Centre in Cambridge.
Application Deadline: 2nd December 2021
About the Schlumberger Cambridge Scholarship: The University of Cambridge, UK, in collaboration with Schlumberger Cambridge Research Limited offer scholarships intended for students from developing countries including but not limited to Students from Nigeria and other African Students who are pursuing courses of research leading to the degree of PhD.
Any PhD research programme in technological and scientific subjects offered at the University of Cambridge is acceptable for the Scholarship.
One scholarship is offered annually intended for students from developing countries.
The scholarship will normally cover up to:
* the University Composition Fee at the appropriate rate
* a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single student.
Applicants for Schlumberger Cambridge scholarship must be from a developing country including Nigerian/African Students and must be admitted to Cambridge through the University’s normal academic procedures. They must apply to a PhD research programme in technological and scientific subjects offered at the University.
He/she must have a first class or second class Upper honours degree, or its equivalent, from a recognised university. Those who are not native speakers of English are required by the Board of Graduate Studies to provide the results of an English language test and to meet the minimum standard of proficiency required for admission to Cambridge.
Application GUIDELINES: By statement in University of Cambridge application
Official Scholarship Website: Schlumberger Cambridge Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries
Scholarship Sponsor: Schlumberger Gould Research Ltd
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