Department for international development is inviting applications from the candidates to pursue Masters study under Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships, interested candidates can apply for Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2019, developing countries before deadline through http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/…………………
Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2019, developing countries are offered by commonwealth scholarship commission and UK and was funded by Department of international development, this was established with an objective to financially support the students of developing nations who have not received any stipend during their graduate courses will be supported to undergo masters degree and funded annually, the main aim of the scholarship is to contribute to development needs of Commonwealth countries by providing training for skilled and qualified professionals and academics who have not undergone their studies in UK.
About the award
|Name of the Scholarship||Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships|
|Number of Scholarships||230|
|Name of Origination||commonwealth commission|
|Period of Award||not- specified|
The scholarships offered the students to study Masters degree only in UK.
Fields of study
Masters degree is offered in any relevant fields or subjects offered by participating universities of UK
Value of award
selected students for the commonwealth shared scholarships includes the cost of tuition fees (at overseas rate), return airfares, and other allowances that are funded by the participating universities.
Number of scholarships
Annually commonwealth scholarship commission offers more than 200 scholarships to the interested and eligible students.
Eligibility criteria for Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2019
The applying candidate should satisfy the required criteria to be applicable for scholarship, where the applicant must be available to start their academic studies in the UK by the beginning of new academic year in the months of september or october, candidate must hold a first degree of either first or upper second class that is 2:1 classification, or lower second class that is of 2:2 classification in addition to a relevant postgraduate qualification which is usually a Master’s degree, applicant must not have studied or worked for one academic year or more in a developed country, applicant must demonstrate financial need,Sponsoring institutions must confirm that candidates are sufficiently fluent in written and oral English to pursue their proposed studies immediately, as there is no pre-course English Language Teaching is available under these awards.
Applying candidate must be a Commonwealth citizen, refugee, or British protected person or a permanently resident in on of the developing Commonwealth country to apply for the scholarship.
Application procedure to apply for Fully-funded Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2019
Interested candidates can make their application using the Commonwealth Scholarships Electronic Application System, Before applying, the candidate must check their UK university to get necessary information related to specific advice, admission requirements,and rules for applying, Some of the participating universities may require to complete their own admissions application form as well, candidate can apply for more than one course or to more than one university,prior the candidate received offer from commonwealth commission.
Different participating countries have different deadlines, where the deadline for most of universities will be in the month of March, interested candidates can apply before deadline, for further information please visit http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/.