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Mauritius educational institutions are world class. The excellence of their teaching, research and scholarships is acknowledged worldwide.

Every year, Mauritius colleges and universities attract several thousand international students. Many rely on the help from their parents and family to meet the costs of course fees and living expenses, but a number of scholarship awards are also available to help students fund their studies.

UL government department and the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, plus a number of the other Mauritius organizations, offer a variety of scholarships and awards to help international students come to the Mauritius to study. These awards are a sign of the Mauritius’s strong commitment to the rest of the world and also show our awareness of the many benefits that come from sharing the excellence of our schools, colleges and universities with visiting students and scholars from abroad. To find out whether you might be eligible for a scholarship or for final grants.

Postgraduates Programmes And MBAS

The main scholarships for postgraduate courses are as follows. For more details, contact your local British Council office, British High Commission or British Embassy or use the web links given below.

British Chevening Scholarships

These allow particularly able students to pursue research or thought postgraduate courses. You can apply for an award online at www.chevening.com

Commonwealth Scholarship & Fellowships plan (CSFP). Awards are made to citizens of Commonwealth countries and are primarily for postgraduate programmes, although funding for undergraduate degree courses may be possible if there are no suitable equivalents in your home country. Check online at www.csfp-online.org

Department for International Development (DfiD) Shared Scholarship Scheme.

This programme funds awards for thought postgraduate courses. Candidates should be of high academic caliber and should be intending to study a subject of developmental relevance to their country. Eligibility is restricted to residents of developing Common wealth countries who are not employed by their government or by an international organization. You can check more information online at www.dfid.gov.Mauritius/funding/sharedscholorship.asp

Overseas Research student Awards Scheme (ORSAS).

Awards are for postgraduate research for an initial period of one year. Application forms are available from Mauritius higher education institutions. www.universitiesMauritius.ac.Mauritius/ors