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Postgraduate programme offer holders only. Please check additional Eligibility Criteria.
The Elite International Scholarship Fund application form will be available when you have firmly accepted a conditional or unconditional offer to study at Cardiff University and will be available to download from your SIMS online application account. If the application form is not available please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may advise you.
Please see the Guidance Notes (available only with the application form on your SIMS online application account) and Eligibility Criteria for further information on this. Only one application form is to be completed to apply for any of the Elite Postgraduate International Scholarships.
Please read about the Eligibility Criteria and FAQs regarding this award before you apply.
If you have any questions regarding these awards, please email: email@example.com
Postgraduate applicants from developing Commonwealth countries only.
Fees: Contact Commonwealth Scholarship Commission for further information.
Applications should be made through the nominating agency in your home country. There is a nominating agency for Commonwealth Scholarships in each Commonwealth country. For full details please visit The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission.
The CSC expects all Commonwealth Scholarship candidates to be nominated by an approved nominating agency/university/university body, and to have completed an application form using our Electronic Application System (EAS). Full details of how to access the Electronic Application System (EAS) can be found on The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission website as above.
Please do ensure that you check with the nominating agency in your home country for the relevant deadlines for your application.
Commonwealth Scholarships are a joint initiative between the UK government-funded Commonwealth Scholarship Commission and UK universities. Scholarships are available for students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the UK.
Please note that Cardiff University does not administer this scholarship, and that all eligibility enquiries and applications should all be directed to the Commonwealth Association or the British Council within your home countries. For further information please see The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission.
Postgraduate taught programme applicants from outside the EU only.
Online eChevening application service.
Chevening Scholarships are a joint initiative between the UK Government’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office and UK universities.
Scholarships are available for students from countries outside the EU, and are awarded to talented people who have been identified as potential future leaders in a range of fields. Most Chevening scholarships are awarded for one year postgraduate taught (i.e.: master's) programmes.
Please note that Cardiff University does not administer this scholarship, and that all eligibility enquiries and applications should all be directed to the Chevening Scholarship Programme directly. For further information please see: The Chevening Scholarship website.
US nationals applying for postgraduate programmes only.
Online via the Institute of International Education (IEE) website.
The US-UK Educational Commission (Fulbright Commission) aims to foster mutual understanding through educational links between the UK and United States. Cardiff University offers its own Fulbright Scholarship for postgraduate students, in partnership with the Fulbright Commission.
There is one Fulbright-Cardiff University scholarship available per academic year. In addition to the Fulbright-Cardiff University Award, Fulbright scholarship holders (i.e. those holding non-specific Fulbright Scholarships) can also apply to Cardiff University as per the normal Fulbright process.
The scholarship holder will receive a fee waiver to the value of one year’s overseas tuition fees, applicable to one year programmes or the first year of a longer master's or PhD programme at Cardiff University. The scholarship holder will also receive a stipend of £10,000 from the Fulbright Commission. For full details, please visit the Fulbright Commission website.
Please note that we do not administer this scholarship, and that all eligibility enquiries and applications should all be directed to the Fulbright Commission directly. For further information, and to apply, please see the Fulbright-Cardiff Award webpage.
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