Woolf Institute Honorary PhD Scholarships are awarded to outstanding PhD scholars at Cambridge University whose research is relevant to the focus of the Woolf Institute – the multi-disciplinary study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims. These scholars are either self-funded or have been awarded a fully-funded scholarship.
Awardees of the Honorary Scholarship can apply for seed funding for a workshop or small conference at the Woolf Institute and take part in all Institute events and conferences free of charge. Honorary Scholarship holders are also invited to our closed events.
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'As an honorary PhD scholar, I have access to a modern workspace in an outstanding building, which can double up as a superb conference space. The academic environment is diverse and stimulating, while I am also given opportunities to network and interact with scholars working in disciplines and on time periods I would otherwise not be exposed to. On top of that, the Woolf Institute has provided me with a supportive social network of peers and more senior academic colleagues, who have given me invaluable advice throughout my first year.'(Christopher Cooper-Davies, AHRC Doctoral Scholar in History at St. John’s College, Cambridge and Woolf Institute Honorary PhD Scholar)