Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship 2023/24 [Fully Funded]


Do you consider yourself to be a person who possesses excellent talent and significant potential? Do you fantasize of enrolling in a postgraduate program in the United Kingdom and completing it there? Then you should submit an application for the Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship for developing nations for 2023–2024.

The Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships are intended for students who would not otherwise be able to afford to pursue higher education in the United Kingdom. These scholarships provide talented and motivated individuals with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for sustainable development.

Sponsor(s) of this Scholarship: United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO)

Type of Scholarship: Funding Provided in Full

Host Institution(s): Universities in the United Kingdom

Scholarship Value: Please See the Benefits of Applying for Scholarships (below)

The number of awards has been quite a few.

The level of study is postgraduate (Masters)

Countries of the Commonwealth are People’s Nationalities

Scholarships for Postgraduate Study Offered by the Commonwealth 2023–2024 | Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must demonstrate that they meet each of the following criteria in order to be eligible for the Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships 2023/24:

Applicants must either be citizens of one of the eligible Commonwealth countries, have been awarded refugee status by one of those countries, or be British protected persons.
Be a permanent resident of a Commonwealth country that is eligible for membership.
You must be able to begin your academic studies in the UK no later than September 2023, which is the beginning of the academic year in the UK.
Hold a first degree with an honors standard of at least upper second class (2:1) by September 2023, or a second class degree with a suitable postgraduate certificate (typically a Master’s degree)*. In most cases, the CSC will not pay for a student to pursue a second Master’s degree in the United Kingdom. In order to be considered for a second Master’s degree in the United Kingdom, you will be required to submit an explanation of why you want to pursue this line of research as part of your application.
If I did not receive this scholarship, I would not be able to afford to study in the UK.
have supplied all the necessary supporting documentation in the appropriate layout.
Rewards for Scholarship Attendance
Flights from your home nation to the United Kingdom and back to your home country at the conclusion of your award (the CSC will not reimburse the cost of fares for dependants, nor the cost of journeys made before your award is confirmed)
Approved tuition fees: the CSC has reached an agreement with the UK institution to cover the full cost of tuition, and students will not be responsible for paying any portion of the tuition charge.
A stipend (sometimes known as a living allowance) at the rate of £1,236 per month, or £1,516 per month for those attending universities in the London metropolitan region (rates quoted at current levels)
The allowance for warm clothes, when it applies
Grant for the preparation of a thesis or dissertation, if applicable, to help defray the costs of doing so.
Towards the expense of study-related travel anywhere in the United Kingdom or overseas, the study travel grant is available.
Child allowance of £529 per month for the first child and £131 per month for the second and third child under the age of 16, if you are accompanied by your children and they are living with you at the same address in the UK. This allowance is available to people who have children and who are widowed, divorced, or who are raising their children alone (rates quoted at current levels)
If you inform the CSC that you have a handicap, they will provide a comprehensive evaluation of your requirements and determine whether or not you are eligible for further financial assistance.

Procedures for Making Applications
Instructions for Applying: Those who are interested in applying for the Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship 2023/24 are required to submit an online application through the online application system provided by the CSC. Candidates are required to submit their applications to both the Commission on the Status of Women and one of the nominating agencies listed below. After that, applicants will be put forward to the CSC by the nominating agencies.

The primary means through which applications are submitted are through national nominating agencies.
select philanthropic organizations and non-governmental organizations.
Documentation to Back It Up:
Documentation demonstrating that the applicant is a citizen of, or has refugee status in, a Commonwealth nation meeting the eligibility requirements: a photocopy of a current passport (or other government-issued photo identification) that includes the bearer’s photograph, date of birth, and country of citizenship
Full transcripts that detail all higher education degrees, including up-to-date transcripts for any courses that are presently being studied, and certified translations if the documents are not in English are required.
References from at least two different people, printed on letterhead from the institution.
Deadline for applications is the 18th of October, 2022 at 16:00 GMT.