Scholarship Opportunities Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship Opportunities for Namibians
The Namibian Students Financial Assistance Fund is inviting Namibian applicants to apply for the 2019 Commonwealth Scholarships awards for Master’s Degree studies in the United Kingdom.
1. Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships are offered under six themes:
1.1 Science and Technology for Development
1.2 Strengthening health systems and capacity
1.3 Promoting Global Prosperity
1.4 Strengthening peace, security and Governance
1.5 Strengthening resilience and response to crises
1.6 Access, Inclusion and Opportunity
To be eligible, applicants must meet the following minimum eligibilty criteria:-
Be a Namibian citizen, permanently residenr or granted refugee status;
or be a British Protected Person.
Be permanently resident in an eligible Commonwealth country
Be available to start your academic studies in September/October 2019 in the UK
Be a holder of Bachelor’s or Honours’s Degree
Existing NSFAF beneficiaries may not apply.
Applicant holding a Master’s Degree may not apply
Applicants who do not apply through NSFAF (i.e. apply directly to the Commonwealth) will not be vetted by NSFAF.
3. Application Procedure
To apply, please send an e-mail to CommonwealthMasters@nsfaf.na. You will obtain a link to a form, which you need to complete as part of the application process.Please read all the fields carefully and complete the form in full.
4. Submission Procedure
Applicants are required to print a copy of the completed Electronic Application Form (EAF) and submit it together with certified copies of educational and other quaalifications to, NAFAF Seretariat, Erf 746 c/o of Ametis Street and Eros Road, Eros;
OR Mailed to :The NSFAF Seretariat, P. O. Box 23053, Windhoek, Namibia (All applications are to reach NSFAF before closing date).
Envelopes must be clearly marked “Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship for 2019”
5. Deadline for Applications
Deadline for Applications is 19th December 2018 at 17h00.
No late applications will be accepted.
The final decision regarding the selection lies with the Commonwealth Commission.
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