Targeting students dedicated to instigating change in their communities, these scholarships offer a transformative opportunity to immerse oneself in a foreign country and culture, expand horizons, and establish a lasting global network.
Through fostering cultural exchange and academic collaboration, Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholars actively contribute to positive change and tackle shared challenges, both in their home nations and host countries. As integral members of the Commonwealth network, scholars play a role in shaping its future.
Applicants from Commonwealth countries are invited to apply.
No upper age limit for QECS Award eligibility.
Minimum 2:1 (or equivalent) undergraduate level achievement required.
Completed undergraduate degree is a prerequisite; final year students are ineligible.
Funding available for a two-year duration.
QECS awards applicable for full-time study only.
Fully-funded tuition fees.
Living allowance (stipend) throughout the award period.
Return economy flights to the host country.
One-off arrival allowance.
Research Support Grant (on request, subject to approval).
Participating Universities (QECS 2024):
Bangladesh: University of Dhaka
Eswatini: University of Eswatini
Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago: The University of the West Indies
Kenya: Technical University of Kenya
Malaysia: Universiti Putra Malaysia, University of Malaya
Pakistan: COMSATS University Islamabad
Tanzania: State University of Zanzibar (SUZA)
Uganda: Makerere University
Review the list of countries and universities offering scholarships.
Visit the relevant university website for course information (links provided).
Complete and submit a QECS application for the chosen university/course by clicking ‘Apply now.’
After clicking apply, follow the log-in page; if you don’t have a myACU account, click ‘get started’ to initiate your application.
Submit an application to your chosen university for admission to the selected course.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage
Application Deadline: 10 January 2024.