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Britain-Nigeria Education Trust Commonwealth Fellowship for 2014 at the University of Ibadan

The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) and the University of Ibadan are pleased to announce the availability of a BNET Commonwealth Fellowship for 2014. The Fellowship is supported by the Britain-Nigeria Education Trust, as part of the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP) Endowment Fund; set up to mark the 50th anniversary of Commonwealth Scholarships […]

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Commonwealth Scholarships for UK citizens – applications now open!

Applications are now open for Commonwealth Scholarships for UK citizens to study in a range of Commonwealth countries. Scholarships are available during 2013-2014 for Master’s study in eight low and middle income Commonwealth countries, including Cameroon, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, the University of the South Pacific, Sri Lanka, Swaziland and Tanzania. Two of these countries […]

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Online Directory of Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows

Online Directory of Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows

The Directory of Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows is available in an online searchable format, and has been updated for 2012. The online Directory contains almost 5,000 alumni career profiles, and the Register section lists more than 30,000 individuals who have held awards under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan across the Commonwealth since 1959. Online […]

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Role of Commonwealth Scholarships in Commonwealth relations recognised by Parliamentary committee

Commonwealth Scholarships are a cost-effective way of widening opportunities for young people, and the number should increase if the commitment of the UK to strengthening Commonwealth relations is to mean anything. These are key recommendations of a report by UK MPs on the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, published last month. The report on The role […]

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Parliamentary committee recognises value of Commonwealth Scholarships

‘DFID’s support for individuals through the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) has been hugely important’, according to the latest report by UK MPs on the Commons Science and Technology Committee. In its report Building scientific capacity for development, the Science and Technology Committee praised Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowships as ‘much-valued’ for their role in providing effective support […]

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Mauritian alumni talk about the impact of Commonwealth Scholarships

Commonwealth Scholars from Mauritius talk about how their scholarships have enabled them to make a contribution to the development of their country. This video was shown to ministers at the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (18CCEM), held in Mauritius from 28-31 August 2012.

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