Churchill Scholarship

Churchill Scholarship

Churchill Scholarships support one year of graduate study in engineering, math, or science at Churchill College, Cambridge University. Students should demonstrate exceptional ability; they should be in their senior year or beyond and must be between 19 and 26 years of age at the time of taking up the scholarship; 14 scholarships awarded each year. Churchill requires that a candidate's GRE or MCAT score be sent directly to the Churchill Foundation no later than the end of December. Churchill also requires applicants to apply to Cambridge University by a mid-October date.

Additional information including bios of past and current scholars available at the Churchill Scholarship website. Students who want to attend Cambridge University should also consider the Marshall Scholarship and the Gates-Cambridge Scholarship.

To compete for a Churchill Scholarship, candidates must be US citizens and be nominated by their home institution. As a nominating institution for the Churchill Scholarship, Indiana University can put forward a maximum of two nominees. There are two stages in applying for the Churchill Scholarship - a mandatory campus nomination and interview stage and, if nominated, the national deadline.

Scholarships for graduate study

To compete for a Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell or Churchill Scholarship, candidates must meet eligibility requirements set by the scholarship programs. All require that an applicant be a U.S. citizen (See page 10 of the Rhodes brochure for eligibility of other nationalities). Participation in the competitions at the national level requires formal nomination by an applicant's university.