Do I need to put Trinity College as my first College choice on my University Application?
For the Trinity External Research Studentships and the TCA Bursaries in Economics and Finance, applicants should indicate Trinity as their College of first preference on the University application form.
Will I automatically be considered for a Trinity graduate studentship/bursary, or do I need to apply separately?
With the exception of the Trinity External Research Studentships, the Sir John Bradfield Trinity College Bursaries for Research in Biological Sciences and the TCA Bursaries in Economics and Finance, applicants are required to complete and submit a separate application form. For details see: Trinity Graduate Student Funding Awards: How to apply
I am a current member of another Cambridge College. Am I eligible to apply?
Students who have matriculated at another College in Cambridge are eligible for some of the graduate studentships and bursaries offered by Trinity College. Please check eligibility requirements for the specific studentships and bursaries you are interested in.
What is my application number?
Each application made to the University is allocated an application number which is 8 digits long. Application numbers begin with 10 and are sent to candidates by email 24 – 48 hours after a University application has been submitted.
Can I nominate the same referees as I have for my University application?
When are decisions likely to be made?
With the exception of the Overseas Bursaries, the TCA Bursaries and the Arthington-Davy Grants for Tongan Students for Postgraduate Study, award decisions are likely to be known either by the end of March or by the end of May, depending on the studentship/bursary applied for. The outcome of decisions for Overseas Bursaries and TCA Bursaries will be known towards the end of July and decisions for the Arthington-Davy Grants for Tongan Students for Postgraduate Study are likely to be known by around December/January and June/July.