University of Warwick Commonwealth Shared Scholarship 2014
The University of Warwick participates in the commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme to offer Scholarships for nationals of commonwealth countries in 2014/2015 academic year
Accepted Subject Areas?
School of Life Sciences: (2 awards available across the three courses shown below -)
MSc Biotechnology, Bioprocessing and Business Management
MSc Food Security
MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century
School of Law: (1 award available for -)
LLM International Development Law and Human Rights
Department of Politics and International Studies: (1 award available across the three courses shown below -)
MA International Development (formerly Globalisation and Development)
MA International Political Economy
MA Public Policy
Department of Economics: (2 awards available for -)
MSc Economics and International Financial Economics
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship (formerly DFIDSS) scheme offers funding for a small number of students from developing Commonwealth countries to study a Taught Masters course for one year at the University of Warwick. The scheme is funded jointly by the University of Warwick and the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission (and ultimately by the Department for International Development (DFID) as part of the British aid programme to developing countries).
Scholarship Offered Since: Not Specified
Who is qualified to apply?
Candidates must be from a commonwealth country considered as Developing Country
How Many Scholarship Positions are available? For applicants who wish to study a Taught Master’s degree in 2013/2014, Warwick has six of these scholarships to offer.
What are the benefits?
Scholarship will cover the cost of study at the university
How long will sponsorship last? For the duration of the masters programme
To be taken at (country): University of Warwick UK
Application Deadline: The application deadline for the submission of electronic applications for a Commonwealth Shared Scholarship at Warwick is 12 March 2014.
Offered annually? Yes
How can I Apply?
All applicants will need to first apply for admission to the University as a postgraduate student and then submit a separate electronic application for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship.
The Shared Scholarship Application form is available on the Commission’s Electronic Application System.
Visit the Scholarship Webpage
The scheme is funded jointly by the University of Warwick and the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission (and ultimately by the Department for International Development (DFID) as part of the British aid programme to developing countries).
The scheme is administered by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission and further information about the funding and applicants’ eligibility, including a list of the countries considered ‘developing’, is available in the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission’s prospectus.