I'm a final year MPhys student(not at Cambridge but in the UK) and I'd like to attend the MASt part III course in Cambridge for theoretical physics(I want to do a PhD in theoretical physics). I understand that I might be too late, but is there any way I can get funding for this course?

I think I'm sufficiently qualified at least to be considered. I'll probably have an average above first and I'm also working on a paper with a previous supervisor of mine.

I appreciate any help here as this is kind of an emergency.(I have ready conducted Cambridge but I think by the time they reply it will be too late)

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