Through the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships, you can gain the analytical and practical skills needed for sustainable development by enrolling in a master’s degree program at the Institute of Development Studies.
International students from least developed and lower-middle-income Commonwealth nations can now apply for the academic year 2022-2023.
The Institute of Development Studies, based in Falmer, East Sussex, is a think tank linked with the University of Sussex. The IDS, along with the University of Sussex, is ranked top in the world for development studies by the QS University Rankings.
Why should you study development studies at the Institute of Development Studies? The Institute of Development Studies conducts world-class research, learning, and teaching to transform knowledge, action, and leadership for more equitable and sustainable global development.
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Course Level: MS
Deadline: 20th December 2021.
Eligibility of IDS Commonwealth Shared Scholarships in UK
- All international students are eligible to apply.
- MA Development Studies, MA Poverty and Development, MA Globalisation, Business and Development, MA Governance, Development and Public Policy, MA Gender and Development, MA Power, Participation and Social Change, MA Food and Development, or MSc Climate Change, Development and Policy are some of the MA Development Studies, MA Poverty and Development, MA Globalisation, Business and Development, MA Governance, Development and Public Policy, MA Gender and Development, MA Power, Participation and Social Change, MA Food and Development, or MSc Climate Change,
- Criteria for Eligibility: Applicants must meet all of the following/given requirements to be considered:
- Applicants must be from Commonwealth countries with the least developed and lower-middle-income levels.
How To Apply for IDS Commonwealth Shared Scholarships in UK
- How to Apply: Students can apply for admission by logging into the application portal of the institution to which the school is attached. Here is where you can apply for scholarships.
- Documents to Support: The following documents must be presented to the university by the students:
- List of publications (if applicable)
- a mission statement
- Proof of citizenship
- Transcripts in their entirety
- Applicants must have a first- or upper-second-class undergraduate honors degree in the social sciences or a comparable topic, as well as preferably one year of development-related professional experience.
- Students must submit results from the following English language proficiency tests:
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship 2022 will be awarded to the selected students for use in an appropriate master’s program at IDS.