Go to the Cambridge Society, Bombay group website to learn more and apply.
The Cambridge Society, Bombay is an Alumni Group composed of ex-students of the University of Cambridge who live/lived in Mumbai. The society was founded in 1948.
The Group also run the Cambridge Society Bombay Scholarship Fund. This Fund assists financially students undergoing undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Cambridge and the grant meets a portion of their expenses.
This scholarship is open to candidates domiciled in the Indian states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa, who have secured admission at a College at the University of Cambridge for undergraduate, postgraduate or short duration courses.
To apply for the scholarship, please provide information pertaining to your academic career in India, extracurricular activities and proof of admission. The selection process will also be based on personal interviews.
For enquiries about the Scholarship Fund, contact the President, Harshal Mathur (St John’s College 2008).
We recommend you research whether organisations in your country provide scholarships or loans for those studying an MFin. While we aim to ensure accuracy, these scholarships are not administered by Cambridge Judge Business School. You must contact the organisations directly for more detailed information.