This pilot program provides a pathway for high-potential undergraduate students to pursue a fully funded one year Master degree program at St. Edmund's College, Cambridge.
The University of Notre Dame and St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge will participate in a 2023-2024 postgraduate partnership pilot program. This collaboration will promote the University of Notre Dame’s goal of expanding opportunities for high-potential undergraduate students participating in Notre Dame's Mission-Scholar programs, including Transformational Leaders, Latino Scholars, Balfour, Posse, Questbridge and AnBryce Scholars to pursue graduate studies at St. Edmund's College, Cambridge University.
For over 125 years, St. Edmund's has fostered the talent of students and scholars from over 75 countries, supporting the formation of ethical leaders and thinkers who will go on to shape people's lives across the globe. With a multicultural, multi-demographic heritage, St Edmund’s provides a warm and stimulating environment for those wishing to immerse themselves in the ‘Cambridge experience’, deepening and challenging their academic knowledge and developing their interpersonal skills.
Students applying for the program must apply first for an endorsement from the University of Notre Dame and then to the degree program of their choice at Cambridge through St. Edmund's College. Please note the Cambridge program of study you will apply for may only be one year, must be full-time, and fully or primarily taught.
Each fellowship provides for direct payment of its recipient’s University and College tuition and fees, plus a stipend for travel and living expenses.
Recipients of this award must take up their fellowship for the academic year immediately following their graduation from Notre Dame.
To begin the process:
- Apply for a Notre Dame letter of endorsement by December 15, 2022
Apply for postgraduate admissions by January 1, 2023