Fully Funded Commonwealth Shared Masters Scholarships 2023/24


For the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2023/24, applicants from Commonwealth countries with the required qualifications are encouraged to submit their applications for master’s degree programs at universities in the United Kingdom.

Talented people who have the capacity to make an effect in their communities and the globe as a whole are the target of the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships program, which seeks to find and financially support those individuals. The Award is a fully financed scholarship that will enable the recipients to concentrate all of their attention on their academic pursuits.

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission is the organization(s) that is/are sponsoring this scholarship.

Type of Scholarship: Funding Provided in Full

Universities in the United Kingdom are serving as the event’s host institutions.

The value of the scholarship is not disclosed.

The number of awards has been quite a few.

The level of study is postgraduate (Masters)

Countries of the Commonwealth are the subject’s nationality.

Scholarships to be Shared Across the Commonwealth 2023–2024 | The Criteria for Eligibility
Candidates must demonstrate that they meet all of the following requirements in order to be eligible for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for Masters Studies in the United Kingdom:

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 citizen or permanent resident of a Commonwealth nation that is eligible for membership.
Be ready to begin their academic studies in the United Kingdom by September 2023, the beginning of the academic year in the United Kingdom.
Hold a first degree with an honors standard of at least upper second-class (2:1) or a lower second-class degree (2:2) and an appropriate postgraduate certification (often a Master’s degree) by September 2023.
not have spent at least one (academic) year working or studying in a country with a high per capita income.
Without this Scholarship, I would not be able to finance the tuition at an institution in the UK.
Have delivered all of the necessary supporting documentation in the format that was requested
Rewards for Scholarship Attendance
The cost of an approved flight from the Scholar’s home country to the United Kingdom and back at the end of their Scholarship will be covered by the Canadian Scholarship Corporation (the CSC will not reimburse the cost of fares for dependents, nor will it cover the cost of journeys made before the award is confirmed).
Approved tuition fees: the complete tuition costs are paid by an agreement reached between the CSC and the UK university. Scholars are not responsible for paying any portion of the approved tuition prices.
A stipend, sometimes known as a living allowance, at the rate of £1,236 per month (rates quoted at current levels), or £1,516 per month for individuals attending universities in the London metropolitan region (rates quoted at current levels) – paid for and sponsored by the university.
In cases when it is necessary, the university will provide a warm clothing allowance that is both paid for and sponsored by the institution.
Grant for the preparation of a thesis or dissertation, which may be claimed from and paid for by the institution; this grant is sponsored by the CSC.
Grants for study-related travel expenses that can be claimed from and paid for by the institution; these grants are financed by the CSC and can be used for travel within the UK or overseas.
Claim made against and payment made by the university; funding provided by the CSC for the contribution towards the cost of a mandatory tuberculosis (TB) test, when required for a visa application (receipts must be given).
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 Scholars are accompanied by their children and they are living with them at the same address in the UK. If Scholars have children and are widowed, divorced, or a single parent. 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. (rates quoted at current levels).
If Scholars disclose that they have a disability, the CSC will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of their requirements and determine whether or not they are eligible for additional financial support.

Procedures for Making Applications
Instructions for Applying: Individuals who are interested in applying for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2023/24 are required to apply and secure admission to study an approved Master’s course at a participating UK university in addition to applying for a Commonwealth Shared Scholarship via the online application system provided by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC).

The deadline for applications is December 13th, 2022 at 16:00 GMT.

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