- Academically gifted students with limited resources deserve the ability to reach their potential. SGU recognizes this, and that’s why in January 2007 the University launched The Commonwealth-Grenada St. George’s University Scholarship Program (CGSP). * The program includes 75 scholarships, 10 of which will be awarded to students entering the School of Arts and Sciences. The goal of these scholarships is to train professionals to enhance the business and educational infrastructure of Commonwealth countries, specifically developing nations. Eligible undergraduate degree programs are International Business, Management Information Technology and Life Sciences.
The Malaysian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
are awarded by the Malaysian Government to the nominated students from the Commonwealth countries to study at the post-graduate level in Malaysia.
The value of the award has been designed to accommodate the scholar’s need throughout his/her studies which covers the scholar’s living, study and travel expenses during tenure of the scholarship. Each scholarship consists of: a return air tickets from recipient’s capital city to Malaysia; an approved tuition fees by the respective university;monthly maintenance allowance; a yearly grant for books and internal travel; thesis allowance, installation and termination grant. and family allowance for accompanying spouse or children.
Sheffield Hallam University – Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme (CSSS)
- The award covers tuition fees and living costs for the duration of a Masters course.
- To meet CSC eligibility criteria, candidates must: be nationals of (or permanently domiciled in) a Commonwealth developing country, and not be currently living or studying in a developed country; hold a first degree at either first or upper second class level; be no more than 35 years old on commencement of the course (some preference is given to those aged 30 or below); be sufficiently fluent in English to pursue the course; have not previously studied for one year or more in a developed country; not be employed by a government department (at national level) or a parastatal organisation (employees of universities are normally acceptable however) and be able to confirm in writing that neither they nor their families would otherwise be able to pay for the proposed course of study.
- will support 3 students in 2009-2010. The awards are open to students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom. Applicants should not be currently living or studying in a developed country and should be willing to return to their home country as soon as they have completed their period of study. They should hold, or expect to attain, a UK first degree (Bachelor’s degree) with at least upper second-class Honours (or the overseas equivalent). Applications from students over 35 years old are not normally considered.
- The scholarships cover tuition fees, living costs (including accommodation) and return airfares. At the University of Edinburgh applications from students studying a one-year taught Master’s degree in one of the following eligible subject areas.