The department houses world talent, many of whom need from philanthropic support to complete theirs studies. The University and Colleges are committed to the principles that no student should be deterred from applying because of financial constraints, and that no student should have to leave because of financial difficulties. It is worth noting that Cambridge has produced 86 Nobel Prize-winners since 1908, with at least a third of them having received a scholarship or a discretionary grant or some sort. For those wanting make a huge difference helping change the world for the better you can help advance student progress and the education of the future. These changes would not be possible without financial support and there are always great opportunities to support CEB students.