Commonwealth shared scholarship scheme helps candidates from developing commonwealth countries to study in the UK.
These awards are for those who are able to get higher education in the UK and want to participate in the development of their countries but cannot afford the expenses of their education in the UK.
To win this scholarship the candidate must;
Be resident in a developing commonwealth country.
Be of good academic record.
Be studying subject related to development.
Be under 35 at the time the course starts.
Speak English fluently.
Not be employed.
Return to his/her country on the completion of the award.
To apply for these awards contact the participating British institutions. For the updated list of these institutions visit http://www.csfp-online.org/
You may also contact the British council in you own country for further information.
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