Each year the scholarships provide a fully funded award for one graduate from McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia and one graduate from Trinity College, University of Cambridge to undertake a Masters at the other university.

This is a unique opportunity for the specially selected students to further broaden their academic learning in a stimulating environment and a fresh culture. The ideal candidate will have a keen appetite to take on a fresh academic challenge and be excited about the prospects of a new cultural experience. It is expected that they will not only have impressive academic credentials, but will additionally have shown strong leadership potential and extra curricular accomplishments.

The application process for selecting the scholars begins at Trinity and McIntire in the autumn term prior to graduation. Interested candidates embarking on their final year of undergraduate studies are warmly encouraged to put their names forward to be considered for the Lenox-Conyngham award.

An outline of how to submit an application can be found below, please do follow the links to the relevant University’s application pages for the scholarship.

McIntire Students

Undergraduates at the McIntire School of Commerce who are interested in the opportunity of applying for a M.Phil at Trinity College Cambridge must initially submit an application form, resume, transcript and a personal statement to McIntire in the Fall term of students' fourth year through an application link on the site below.

For more details about the precise timescales, the M.Phil courses available and the application process please visit:

Cambridge Students

Interested Trinity College undergraduates are invited to apply for the Master of Science in Commerce Programme at the McIntire School of Commerce, Virginia. Applications are made in the Michaelmas term. Initially students will be required to submit a CV, a letter outlining their interest in the scholarship and a tutor reference.

For more details about the precise timescales, the course requirements and the application process, please visit: