Amy Li Cambridge Scholarship for Undergraduate
A new scholarship program has been established at the University of Cambridge in memory of a former Chemical Engineering student, Amy Li.
Amy was born in China but attended school in the UK and won a place to study Chemical Engineering at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
After graduating in 2010 she took up a post as Safety Engineer with DNV-GL, a leading organization in the maritime, oil and gas, and energy industries. She died only three years later, whilst working in Aberdeen.
The Amy Li Cambridge Scholarship is available to applicants for undergraduate degrees (BA) in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or Chemical Engineering.
Institution: University of Cambridge
Deadline: Check website
Amount: £16,000 per year
Target Group: International students
Up to £16,000 per year. Selected scholars will benefit from interactions with the staff of DNV-GL, including possible summer vacation placements.
The scholarships will be awarded to undergraduates from any country outside the EU and will be available to outstanding applicants in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or Chemical Engineering.
How to Apply:
Applicants are automatically considered for this international scholarship. No separate application is needed for this scholarship.
For further details:
For more information about the scholarship program, please visit official website here.