CommonWealth Scholarship Agency scholarship 2017-2018
CommonWealth Scholarship Agency scholarship 2017.
CommonWealth Scholarship Agency scholarship 2017-2018.The Cameroon Commonwealth Scholarship Agency hereby announces to the general public and prospective applicants that the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) in the United Kingdom is offering 24 scholarships under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan in the United Kingdom tenable from October 2017. kamerpower.com
The award is open to all subjects of study but the following are CSC’s priority areas; Education, Health, Economic Growth and Private sector, Governance and Conflict, Climate and Environment, Water and Sanitation, Food and Nutrition, Humanitarian Disasters and Emergencies.
Particularly, attention will be in favour of those whose chosen fields demonstrate a link to the development priorities of our country. CommonWealth Scholarship Agency scholarship 2017-2018.
The awards may be in any of the following categories:
- One year taught Master’s at an eligible UK institution.
- Three years doctorate programme (candidates should indicate; if they wish to undertake extensive periods of field work in their home country.
- Note that the commission offers awards for one-year Masters Programmes only and does not fund MBAs.
- Scholarships are made in respect to full time study only, and no other courses of study may be undertaken at the same time.
- Candidates can apply directly to CSC for split-site studies and should visit http://bit.lchscuk-split-site-scholarships for more information.
- It should be noted that the CSC does not require any candidates to take an IELTS (English Language) test; however, you may be required by your University to provide evidence of a particular level of English language proficiency.
Eligibility requirements are outlined in the CSC 2017 terms and conditions (see website). Your attention is particularly drawn on the following: CommonWealth Scholarship Agency scholarship 2017-2018. kamerpower.com
- Candidates should be Commonwealth citizens, refugees or British protected persons of both sexes.
- Candidates should hold, or expect to hold by October 2017, a first degree of upper second class Honours standards or above, or a second class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification, which is equivalent to a Master’s degree.
- Candidates should be available to take up their awards in October 2017 deferments are only granted in the most exceptional circumstances, and in any event will not be considered for start dates beyond January 2018:
- Candidates for master’s awards who have undertaken any of their University education outside their home country, should state how it was funded and how the education differed from that in their home country.
- Candidates are also strongly advised to submit independent applications directly to their preferred U.K. Institutions. Awards are tenable at any U.K. institution of higher education with whom the commission has a part-funding agreement; a list of these institutions can be found at: http://bit.ly/cscuk-uk-universities.
- Applicants for PhD must provide a supporting statement from a proposed supervisor from at least one of the UK institutions to which they are applying.