From Cambridge to Japan and points between – the scholarships and bursaries keep coming…

Another round of scholarships, bursaries and sundry pots of filthy lucre. Get those applications flying…

Closing 5 November. The John Crook Scholarship is a fully-funded scholarship for a second degree at St John’s College, University of Cambridge for students who are the first generation in their families to have gone to University. This opportunity is open to students or recent graduates. Further information can be found at

Closing 28 November. Child Health Research PhD Studentships 2019-20. Are you interested in undertaking a research project relating to child health in one of the following areas: Developmental Biology and Cancer; Developmental Neurosciences; Genetics and Genomic Medicine; Infection, Immunity, Inflammation; Population, Policy and Practice. For information about available projects and how to apply, visit

Closing 30 November. Applications invited for Endangered Crafts Award. The Heritage Crafts Association (HCA) is offering an award of £1,000 for a proposal to help secure the survival of an endangered craft, and to recognise a practitioner of one of the 62 crafts currently listed in the Critically Endangered or Endangered categories of the HCA Red List of Endangered Crafts. More info and apply at

Closing 6 December. Daiwa Scholarships 2019. The Daiwa Scholarship is a unique 19-month programme of language study, work placement and homestay in Japan, following a month of Japanese language tuition in the UK. Daiwa Scholarships offer young and talented UK citizens with strong leadership potential, the opportunity to acquire Japanese language skills, and to access expertise and knowledge relevant to their career goals.

Closing 6 December. Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities 2019. Applications are invited from students enrolled in a Bachelors, Masters or PhD programme (or equivalent) in 2019/2020 at a European or Israeli university, studying Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Informatics, or a closely related technical field*. *Related technical fields may include: Software Engineering,  Electrical Engineering (with a heavy computer science component). Related technical fields do not include: Civil, Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, Management Information Systems/ IT Management.
EmployAbility will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis, providing feedback and the opportunity to amend your application. Submit your application as early as possible, before the deadline date.

Closing 31 January. Toptal Scholarships for Women. Toptal will award five scholarships to aspiring female leaders in five global regions: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. Each winner will receive (US)$10,000 and a year of weekly one-on-one mentoring by a Toptal expert. For more information and to apply, go to

Closing 30 June. Dyefor Entrepreneur Scholarship 2019. Receive £1,250 towards your learning or business expenses. Dyefor is offering a £1,250 grant to an undergraduate or postgraduate student in the UK. This award is designed to help with university costs and kickstart your entrepreneurial journey.

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Paul Rothwell • 29/10/2018

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