St John’s College Undergraduate Scholarships & Studentships


St John’s is one of 31 Colleges at the University of Cambridge. Colleges are where students live, eat and socialise, and where they receive small group teaching sessions called supervisions, which are regarded as one of the best teaching models in the world. Colleges are also self-governing; while they are part of the University (subject to University regulations) they select their own students and have their own internal procedures. Although students receive the same outstanding education whichever College they attend, each has its own unique history, environment and identity.

The College has a long history of educating people from all social backgrounds and financial circumstances. Even centuries ago, St John’s offered sizarships and scholarships designed to make it possible for academically talented students from less well-off families to benefit from a university education.

John Crook Scholarships:

The John Crook Scholarship presents a unique opportunity for first-generation university students with exceptional academic records to spend two years studying at St John’s College at the University of Cambridge. The purpose of the Scholarship is to enable exceptional students who did not consider Cambridge when applying to university, whether for financial or other reasons, to study at Cambridge after the completion of their first degree. 

Candidates need to be: 

  • the first generation in their family to go to university 
  • a current student, or recent graduate, with an exceptional academic record, from one of the eligible universities 
  • a UK citizen, or resident in the UK with indefinite leave to remain in the UK*

*Note: If you meet the other eligibility requirements but you are not a UK citizen, or resident in the UK with indefinite leave to remain in the UK, then you may be eligible for the Davies-Jackson Scholarship. 

The John Crook Scholar will be admitted to St John’s College to study for a two-year Bachelor’s degree as an affiliated student, with the possibility of moving to a one-year MPhil in the second year, if suitable. The award will be for two years.


  • The scholarship is open to all subjects apart from the ones which are closely related to Law, Theology or Business. 
  • There is not an affiliated version for BA degree in Architecture, Medicine or Veterinary Medicine offered at St John's College. 
  • Please note that, as per the residential regulations that apply to all students of Cambridge University, John Crook Scholars must live in Cambridge in order to be able to obtain a degree.

Scholarship for French students:

To be eligible for the Scholarship for French students, you have:

  • to be offered a place to study at St John’s  College for an undergraduate course ** 
  • to have French nationality, and 
  • to have gone to school in France.

**All undergraduate courses, either 3 or 4 year ones, are eligible, apart from Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

In order to be considered for the Scholarship for French students, you have to apply through UCAS and go through the normal application and selection procedure for admission to St John’s College, University of Cambridge.  The UCAS deadline for the University of Cambridge is 15th October, at 6pm (UK Time).

All eligible students, who receive an offer from St John’s College for a place in an undergraduate course, will be invited by the College to apply for the Scholarship.

The selection of the recipient of the Scholarship will be made on the basis of academic excellence, academic potential and financial need.

The Davies-Jackson Scholarship:

The Davies-Jackson Scholarship will cover up to the full cost of studies, including tuition fees and living expenses. The exact value of the scholarship will be determined based on the recipient’s financial circumstances and taking into account other funding they may be entitled to or in receipt of.
The Scholarship is open to students who come to St John’s College to study for either the standard BA or the 2-year BA (Affiliated) course. It is open to all subjects apart from Law and Theology.

The key eligibility requirements are:

  • to be the first generation in their family to go to University; 
  • to come from a family of modest means;  
  • to not be out of education for more than 5 years; and 
  • to have excellent academic records.

Additional requirements:

  • Applicants for the two-year BA (Affiliated) course are eligible if they have obtained their first degree from an eligible UK University – you may find the full list of eligible Institutions here . 
  • Applicants for the standard BA who qualify for the Home fee status are eligible only if they have attended a non-fee-paying school. The eligibility of these applicants will be determined based on socio-economic factors and Widening Participation indicators. 
  • Overseas applicants are eligible if they come from a qualified and specifically designated educational institution – the College is currently working on partnering with some international schools and the list of eligible schools will be posted here in due course.




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