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Chevening Scholarship :Welcome to the section for British Chevening Scholarships. These scholarships, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth office and administered by the British Council, are prestigious awards, which enable overseas students to study in the United Kingdom. Scholarships are offered in over 150 Countries and enable talented graduates and young professionals to become familiar with the UK and gain skills which will benefit their countries. Preference is given to candidates already established in a career. The chevening programme currently provides around 2,300 new scholarships each year for postgraduate studies or research at UK institutions of higher education.40 people get the scholarship in Nigeria every year. www.chevening.com contains information and guidelines about the scholarship programme . If you are considering going to UK to study or if you represent an organization or business interested in the chevening program and the opportunities it offers, this is where you can find out more, it gives details on who is eligible for scholarships, how to apply. And contains links to the entire UK educations resource which will help you identify the right course of study for you. For detailed information about Chevening Scholarships progamme in Nigeria, Please visit this website, www.britishcouncil.org/nigeria. The forms are usually available in all Centres from the quarter of the year.

DFID Shared Scholarship: The Department for International Development (DFID),as part of the British aid programme to developing countries, and participating institutions in the United Kingdom, is administered by the Commonwealth Universities, 36 Gordon Square, London WC1H OPF. For more information, please visit: www.dfid.gov.uk Aims: The aim of the scheme is to assist students of excellent academic caliber from developing countries who would benefit from higher education in the United Kingdom. Awards are for taught postgraduate course only.No awards will be made for undergraduate study. Subjects must be related to the economic, social and technological development of the student's home country. The list of participating universities is available on the British Council website by the first quarter of the year.

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP):since its inception in 1959, the plan has grown to be one of the most prestigious schemes for international study and professional development in the world. Over 21,000 Commonwealth citizens have held awards with many going on to reach the highest levels of their profession. CSFP has several distinctive features. It is a genuine partnership between developed and developed and developing countries, involving both home and host country in the selection process. It offers awards in a wide range of countries. It is probably the only international scholarship scheme in the world to be reviewed by an international gathering of Education Ministers on a regular basis. Our awards combine academic excellence with the desire to make a real difference in some of the world poorest countries. To find out more about the CSFP awards or about study opportunities throughout the commonwealth, visit www.csfp-online.org Application forms can be obtained from the Federal Ministry of Education.

Online Scholarships Search: A new development from the British Council means that it is now possible to search for a scholarship online. You can now find scholarships that are appropriate to your country of origin, level of study, subject, and institutions where you country of origin, level of study, subject, and institutions where you are interested in studying. To try the search, visit http://ukscholarshipdatabase.org

Further information:
• Joint British Council/FCO/UKCOSA information sheet: studying in UK: sources of Funding for international students.
• UKCOSA guidance notes: Fees and students support; financial hardship.
These publications are available for reference at British Council offices. UKCOSA guidance notes can also be downloaded from www.ukcosa.org.uk
• Directory Guide to the Major Trusts (Charities Aid Foundation: available from Directory of Social Change: www.dsc.org.uk ) • Directory Guide to the major Trusts (Directory of Social Change: www.naric.org.uk )

Other useful links for information on funding:
The National Academic Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) www.naric.org.uk) British Council (scholarships database) www.britishcouncil.org/education /funding) Independent Schools Council Information Service (ISCIS) www.isci.uk.net UKCOSA: The Council for international Education www.ukcosa.org.uk