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Travel Grants for Study or Research: Student Reports
A diverse range of academic grants and travel funds are available to Pembroke students during their time at the College, intended to help them to undertake further study or research alongside their degree. Below are reports from just some of our students who made the most of these opportunities in 2016.
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Fong Yew Loong (3rd year BA History & Politics) travelled to Singapore for an internship with Institute of Policy Studies and to conduct research for his dissertation.
Christoph Birkl (4th year DPhil Engineering Science) visited the Solar Nano-Grid project in Kenya to support and research the use of portable solar batteries, which he helped to design and manufacture in Oxford.
Constance Schofield (3rd year BA Biological Sciences) completed a 6-day biology field course in biologically diverse Tenerife alongside botanist professors from the Oxford Biological Sciences Department.
Nicholas Matheou (3rd year DPhil Oriential Studies) visited the National Institute for Ancient Manuscripts in Armenia and undertook intensive language learning at the Armenian Studies Summer School.
Patrick Kenny (3rd year BA Arabic & Islamic Studies) & Alice Mingay (3rd year BA Chinese) embarked on a rail trip between Beijing and St Petersburg.
Frances Ng (BM BCh Clinical Medicine) completed electives at the Prince of Wales Hospital in suburban Hong Kong and the A&E and Anaesthetics departments of Sarawak General Hospital, Borneo.