New Zealand Education is currently looking for applicants for the Commonwealth scholarship for Indians, as a part of their NZ aid programme. The scholarships are available for Master's (one to two years) and PhD (three to four years) programmes and includes the following "“
- full tuition costs
- a fortnightly living allowance
- an establishment allowance
- medical and travel insurance
- travel to and from home country
- assistance with research and thesis costs for most postgraduate research students.
The selected candidates must return home for at least 2 years after the completion of their course. Further details about the scholarship are available at http:www.aid.govt.nz
Candidates must have a confirmed admission offer from a university in New Zealand
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India (OCSI) is now inviting applications for part-cost awards for undergraduate and graduate study as well as for research in any subject available at the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, UK. The Society is offering four awards, each one valued at Rs 4,00,000, tenable at either the University of Cambridge or the University of Oxford, as well as one worth Rs 1 lakh tenable only at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge and St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford. In addition to these, there is a Richard and Lydia Evans Bursary for a gifted Indian Dalit to study at Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge, which provides full funding for an undergraduate.
Further details at oxbridgeindia.com