Commonwealth Students’ Association Country Representative & Member of the Africa Regional Working Group 2023

Here is the Commonwealth Students’ Association scholarship open for application. Interested candidates are expected to check the scholarship guidelines below for eligibility, requirement, and how to apply.

About the Commonwealth Students Association (CSA)

The Commonwealth Students Association (CSA) unifies and represents the needs and aspirations of national student councils and other student organisations in the Commonwealth.

It was launched in 2012 at the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (18CCEM) in Mauritius, where student leaders gathered to make recommendations on the current issues in education and strengthen their role in the Commonwealth education sector.

The main aims of the Commonwealth Students Association are ‘to promote unity among student organisations in Commonwealth countries; to protect the rights of Commonwealth students and to contribute actively to the development of student movements; and to create an environment for student unions and student movements to build their respective and collective capacities, to freely express and advocate’.

The CSA is supported by the Youth Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat and is led by a steering committee, which is chaired by Dr. Maisha Reza from Singapore.

It plays an instrumental role in the planning of the Commonwealth Students Congress, the largest gathering of students across the Commonwealth. The inaugural Commonwealth Students Congress was held in The Bahamas in June 2015.

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Scholarsip Type:


What Countries are Eligible?

Commonwealth Countries

Candidate Eligible to apply?

*Must be a passionate student leader in his/her country, in any capacity, and must be a strong advocate for students’ rights, students’ movement and driven by an innate desire to see changes in educational policies as they directly affect the welfare of students in their country.

*Age: 18-30 years old. Must not exceed 30 years of age during their term

*Nationality: Must be from any of the Commonwealth Africa or Europe member countries and must be resident in the said country at the time of application

*Fluency in spoken English (The medium of communication will be in English)

*Access to a computer/mobile device with a stable internet connection for active participation in all aspects of the programme

Number of Awards?

Not specified

What is Value of Award?

  • *Be a part of a global network of changemakers
  • *Opportunity to represent your country on a regional level as a policymaker and in the educational development of your country
  • *Letter of recommendation
  • *Opportunity to serve your community, your nation, and the Commonwealth in general.
  • *Opportunity to grow your network nationally, regionally and globally.
  • *Access to many external opportunities
  • *Social Media feature from time to time
  • *Best Performance award (Conditions applied)
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How to Apply for Commonwealth Students’ Association scholarship?

Depending on which scholarship you are applying for, you may need to apply through a National Nominating Agency, a university, or a Non-Governmental Organisation.

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