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Barbadians and others interested in studying abroad can widen their options under the 2017 Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP).

This is because the CSFP is offering Commonwealth Scholarships in 10 low and middle income countries.

These are for Master’s courses only, and are not applicable to distance learning courses.

Each award will cover full tuition fees; a regular stipend (living allowance); arrival allowance; and one economy class return airfare.

Applicants should be citizens of any Commonwealth country except the host country, and must hold a Bachelors degree of at least Upper Second Class level.

Scholarship offers are conditional on candidates obtaining appropriate entry clearance (visas) for their chosen country of study. Candidates are responsible for organising and paying for any such visas.

For further information on the scholarships and countries where students can study, as well as how to apply, prospective candidates may click here.

The deadline for all applications is Friday, March 10, 2017.


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