Surveys

surveyThe CSC’s evaluation and monitoring programme aims to identify and quantify the impact of Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowships on individuals, on institutions, and on a wider scale on communities and societies. Much of our analysis is based on surveys we conduct with applicants, current Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows, and alumni.

This page features details of surveys that are currently open to be completed. If you are eligible to complete a survey, please click on the appropriate link and you will be directed to the survey login page. You should have already received an email invitation with login details.

If you think you are eligible to complete one of the surveys listed below but have not received any login information, please first check your junk/spam folder, and then contact the CSC Evaluation Team at evaluation@cscuk.org.uk

Thank you in advance for your participation. These survey exercises enable the CSC to stay in contact with award holders and also better inform policymaking.

Open surveys

2017 Scholars baseline survey – for Commonwealth Scholars commencing their studies in the 2017 academic year

2017 Scholars evaluation survey – for Commonwealth Scholars who have completed their studies within the past 10 years

Academic and Medical Fellowships evaluation survey – for 2015 Commonwealth Academic and Medical Fellows

Academic Fellowships baseline survey – for Commonwealth Academic Fellows commencing their fellowship in the 2017 academic year

Academic Fellowships six-month survey – for 2016 Commonwealth Academic Fellowship alumni who have been invited to complete the survey

Academic Fellowships host survey – for hosts of 2016 Commonwealth Academic Fellows who have been invited to complete the survey

Medical Fellowships baseline survey – for Commonwealth Medical Fellows commencing their fellowship in the 2017 academic year

Professional Fellowships baseline survey – for Commonwealth Professional Fellows commencing their fellowship in the 2017 academic year

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