These scholarships are offered by the UK government to individuals with impressive academic record and who demonstrate high leadership potential. Recipients of the scholarships are personally selected by British Embassies around the world. Future decision-makers have a chance to develop academically, to create professional networks, experience the UK culture, and much more. The scholarship program offers financial support to study a one-year master’s degree at any of the UK’s leading universities. There are over 1,500 Chevening Scholarships offered globally during every academic cycle.
The Commonwealth Scholarships
The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK (CSC) awards a wide range of scholarships and fellowships, including: Commonwealth PhD Scholarships, Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships and Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships .You can explore the complete list on the official Commonwealth Scholarships website.
The scholarships are offered each year to students coming from low and middle-income Commonwealth countries, who cannot study in the UK without this financial support. Candidates are selected based on their previous academic results and their potential to aid in developing a better life for people in their home countries.
The Royal Society Grants
The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world’s most eminent scientists. It is also the oldest scientific academy in the world that remains active even today. The Royal Society has 3 main goals:
To promote excellence in science, to support collaboration at an international level, and prove the importance of science to everyone. The Fellowship offers various types of grants and awards, the details of which are available on the official Royal Society website.
Scholarships from UK universities
All Universities in the UK offer scholarships for international students based on their academic achievements or financial needs. Some Universities even waive off the IELTS requirement if the student has secured a good % of marks in their UG or higher secondary studies.