Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC), UK in partnership with Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India invites applications for Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship 2020, UK from students willing to pursue one year Master’s degree courses commencing from September/October 2020-21 at a UK University. The scholarship aims at enabling talented and motivated individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for sustainable development. Selected candidates will receive a monthly stipend, round trip airfare, thesis grant, travel grant, child allowance and several other benefits.
These scholarships are offered under six themes:
A total of 39 nominations will be made to the CSC by MHRD. The selected scholars will receive -
While applying on the portal of MHRD, the applicants are required to upload the following documents:
This scholarship is closed for further applications. It is expected to be launched by September, 2021. You can follow this scholarship for further updates.
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To be eligible, an applicant must:
Note: Candidates who have already been abroad for studies/training/ specialization either on scholarships or on their own, for a period exceeding six months are eligible to apply if they have been in India for at least two consecutive years as on the date after returning from abroad.
To apply for the scholarships, follow the below steps:
Step 1: Click on the 'Apply Now' button below.
Step 2: Select your country as India and nominating agency as MHRD.
Step 3: Fill in all relevant details in the form.
Step 4: Once the applicant has submitted the form, go to the MHRD application page.
Step 5: Click on the 'Online Application Form' for Commonwealth Scholarship.
Step 6: Fill in the complete form and upload the requested documents.
Step 7: Validate and submit the form.
Note: It is compulsory for the applicants to apply on both the portals before their deadlines, failing which would make their candidature ineligible.