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Billionaire David Harding's £100m gift to Cambridge University
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5 February 2019
On 5 February 2019 BBC News reported:
A hedge fund billionaire has donated [British Pounds] 100m to Cambridge University. The donation from David Harding, via his foundation, is the biggest single gift made to a university in the UK by a British philanthropist. The money will fund postgraduate scholarships for more than 100 PhD students and be invested in attracting students from 'under-represented groups'.
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Vice-chancellor Prof Stephen J Toope said it was 'extraordinarily generous'. . . . Prof Sir Mark Welland, Master of St Catharine's College, said the investment would 'have a tremendous and permanent impact' on the university as a whole.
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