Interested in applying for funding to help you achieve your goal of studying in the UK? We can help you find the best scholarship (Jubilee, Charles Wallace, Commonwealth and many more) or training programme that meets your needs.
Named in honour of Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, the PhD level scholarship is awarded to research aspirants with outstanding academic achievements and leadership credentials to study at St John's College, University of Cambridge. We are currently closed for application for 2013-14.
Residents of Goa, or applicants born to Goan parents or grandparents, are eligible to apply for the GET Scholarship. Funding is available in the form of a scholarship or research fellowship to students planning to undertake a postgraduate course of study in the UK in any academic discipline.
The CSFP is aimed at students of Commonwealth countries who can make a significant contribution to their home country after the completion of a higher education programme in the UK. The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan is currently closed for applications for 2013.
The Charles Wallace India Trust (CWIT) is an Arts, Heritage Conservation and Humanities scholarship fund established in 1981. The funding enables Indian professionals in the early or middle stages of their career to study in the UK, achieve their professional and academic ambitions and develop wider international contacts. The application for 2013/14 are now closed.
The A S Hornby Educational Trust was established in 1961 by A.S.Hornby, an English language teacher in Japan, who authored the first Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (OALD). The Trust supports the teachings of English as a foreign language through local partnership initiatives with the British Council and by awarding scholarships to English language teachers from developing countries and countries in transition.