Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP)
The Cameroon Commonwealth Scholarship Agency hereby announces to the general public and prospective applicants that the Universities New Zealand- Te Pokai Tara on behalf of the New Zealand Government is offering two (2) scholarships under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP).
The Cameroon Commonwealth Scholarship Agency hereby announces to the
general public and prospective applicants that the Universities New Zealand- Te
Pokai Tara on behalf of the New Zealand Government is offering two (2) scholarships
under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP).
The scholarships due to commence in February 2016 are for Ph.D or Masters
Their priority sectors are:
Leadership and Governance, Economics, Public sector governance and reform,
Environmental studies, Education, Health, Agriculture and Fisheries, Bio-security and
Food safety, Infrastructure
and utility, Human Rights and Gender.
Be of Cameroonian nationality,
Applicants must be applying for a direct entry to a Masters or Ph.D
programme at a New Zealand University.
Application files should comprise the following:
- A signed application declaration to be collected from the Ministry of Higher
Education (room 1504);
- A certified copy of the applkant's birth certificate (in English);
- A certified copy of officiai evidence of any name changed (in English);
- A certified copy of the personal pages of the applicant's passport;
- A certified copy of the academic transcript for
all tertiary qualification and
the grading schedule for each qualification (in English);
- A certified copy of the completlon or graduation certificate for each tertiary
qualification the applicant has completed (in English);
- The applicant's original International English proficiency test result, e.g, IELTS
or TOEFLor selection of one of the valid reasons for not providing the test as
listed in section eleven on page 10. Test results must be no more than 24
months old by the commencement of study;
If vou are employed, a current job description confirming your position and
outlining your responsibilities and duties;
A current (dated) curriculum vitae, including a brief history of the applicant's
education, work experiences and skiIls;
Three references (no more than 24 months old) on officiai letterhead,
supporting the application to study in New Zealand. References should be
provided from your current employer and a former lecturer and where
possible, a relevant government or community-based organisation;
A 500 word statement describing the specifie skills and knowledge vou want to
gain from your proposed study and how this will contribute to the social or
economic development of your home country;
For Master's and Doctoral research students, a statement of 500 words
outlining the applicant's proposed research topic.
For more information on this scholarship, contact the New Zealand education
institutions on the scholarships pages of the New Zealand Aid Programme website:
A link to the information page for each country can be found at
Application forms are available at the lSth floor of the Ministry of Higher Education, (Ministerial Building N°2) Room 1504 and the MINESUP website: minesup.gov.cm.
Applicants must submit three copies of their application - one (1) original and two (2) photocopies.
Both the original and the photocopies must include all requested attachments.
Completed application files should be deposited at room 1504 of the MINESUP on or before the 30th of June 2015.