The University of Cambridge offers the Donald and Beryl O'May Studentship to students striving to complete a degree in the arts and social sciences (including law). The award can be held for multiple years. It is valued at £11,000. The award may be held for one, two or three years (subject to satisfactory progress) and is worth £11,000 towards university/college fees and maintenance.
This studentship is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students pursuing a degree in the arts and social sciences at the University of Cambridge. Applicants for postgraduate study should hold (or expect to achieve) a first-class or good upper-second honours degree or equivalent.Preference will be given to candidates who have had a significant break in their studies. Candidates must be citizens of the UK or Republic of Ireland.