Applying for the Churchill Scholarship
These instructions for the Scholarship Application of the Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States are effective April 2012. The application, the instructions, and the form for the letter of recommendation supersede all earlier versions.
The next application deadlines for the Churchill Scholarship are:
- Tuesday, November 12, 2013
- Tuesday, November 11, 2014
- Tuesday, November 10, 2015
These are the dates by which the application must be received by email transmission at the office of the Churchill Foundation.
Please note that each institution participating in the Churchill Scholarship Program may nominate only two candidates for the Churchill Scholarship and sets its own internal deadline for its local review of the Churchill Scholarship application and nomination of the two candidates selected. Please be sure to check with your Scholarship Advisor the procedures and campus deadline for the Churchill Scholarship.
The Foundation has prepared a brief guide on graduate study in the sciences, engineering, and mathematics at the University of Cambridge. You may download this guide by clicking here .
You may download the instructions for applying to the Churchill Scholarship by clicking here .
For your information you may download a copy of the application for the Churchill Scholarship here . Do not use this copy, which is intended solely for your reference. Please note that this copy includes only those sections that are in the online application and not the documents that you upload to the application.
You may register and complete your application for the Churchill Scholarship by clicking here.
You may download the form for the letters of recommendation here .
All programmatic and technical questions should be addressed to the Foundation. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or to call 212-752-3200.
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