-MSc in Palliative Medicine and Care (Cardiff University)
-MSc Tropical Forestry (Bangor University)
-MSc Public Health Promotion (Leeds Beckett University)
-MSc Clinical Trials, MSc Epidemiology, MSc Global Health Policy, MSc Infectious Diseases and MSc Public Health (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
-MSc Education for Sustainability (London South Bank University)
-MSc Water and Environmental Management (Loughborough University)
-MSc Development Management, MSc Environmental Management (Open University)
-MSc Poverty Reduction: Policy and Practice (SOAS, University of London)
-MA Education and International Development (UCL Institute of Education)
-MPH Public Health and Primary Care (University of Manchester)
-MA Education (Flexible), PGCEi Post Graduate Certificate of Education International (University of Nottingham)
-MSt International Human Rights Law (University of Oxford)
-MSc Gerontology (University of Southampton)
-MSc Dementia Studies (University of Stirling)
-MSc Finance, LM Information Technology and Telecommunications Law and LLM Internet Law and Policy (University of Strathclyde).
Available Courses: Scholarships are available for pursuing Masters Degree courses.
Scholarship Provider: UK Department for International Development (DFID)
Scholarship can be taken at: Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships offer the opportunity to study for a UK Master’s degree while living and working in home country.
-be citizens of a developing Commonwealth country, refugees or British protected persons AND be permanently resident in a developing Commonwealth country
-normally hold a first degree of upper second-class standard, or higher qualification. In certain cases, we will consider a lower qualification and sufficient relevant experience
Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships may not be held concurrently for more than one course
-The quality of the course, including whether the Expression of Interest/proposal has institutional endorsement, the Quality Assurance record and the track record for delivery of the course through the medium of distance learning.
-The learning opportunities provided for developing country students, including whether the course takes into account appropriate use of technology, whether course providers can identify a target audience of potential applicants and recruit them successfully, and the factors likely to affect candidates’ successful completion of their studies.
-The development impact of the course of study, including how the course content can be applied to the Millennium Development Goals and the subsequent career patterns of course alumni.
-You must complete an EAS application. Please note that it is not possible to submit an EAS application after the deadline that you will see when you open an application.
-The UK university will then decide whether or not to nominate you to the CSC.
-The CSC then selects which of the shortlisted nominated candidates to fund.