University of Cambridge Travel Grants
The Graduate School offers a number of travel grants to help with fieldworks costs and other expenses. Details of these can be found below. The University and Colleges also offer various opportunities, including a Hardship Fund. Details of University funding can be found on the University’s FundCam database. Details of College funding can be found on individual College websites.
E G Fearnside Fund
The Fearnside Fund provides grants to enable members of the University working on subjects connected with organic diseases of the nervous system to travel for the purpose of study or research. Funds can be used to travel to attend conferences or other research project-related activities.
Please note the following conditions before submitting an application:-
- Retrospective applications will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.
- Post Doc applicants must be within three years of graduation.
- The maximum award for successful candidates travelling in Europe will be £600.
- The maximum award for successful candidates travelling outside of Europe will be £1000.
- Successful applicants will only be supported by the Fearnside Fund once in any three year period.
Further information on the fund can be found on the Universities Statutes and Ordinances webpage.
Deadlines for submission of applications for 2016/2017 are:
Lent term – Friday 3 March 2017
Easter term – Friday 2 June 2017
Isabelle Bouhon Fund
The principal objective of the Isabelle Bouhon Fund is to promote the education and recognition of excellent researchers who are at an early stage of their academic careers in the University in the field of Regenerative Medicine. The Managers of the Isabelle Bouhon Fund intend to provide funds annually to support travel/collaboration scholarships, particularly to present research.
To apply you must be a postgraduate student or postdoc, undertaking research in ‘The biology and therapy of tissue regeneration’.