These scholarships are fully funded and are open to candidates who are nationals of Kenya, living in Kenya.
The funding includes full tuition fees and travel grants to cover attendance at residential teaching workshops held annually in Nairobi, in collaboration with the University of Nairobi’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
Applicants need to have a first degree in veterinary science, agriculture, animal science or biological sciences.
Application is a two-stage process:
The application form should be completed and submitted with supporting documentation, either online or by post, by 31 July.
All applicants will be notified by the mid August if they may then proceed to the next stage, which is completion of the full Commonwealth Scholarship.