Commonwealth/Chevening Scholarships for African Human Rights Advocates
Awarded by University of Oxford
Open to all graduate applicants for the MSc in International Human Rights that are from an African Commonwealth Country and are resident in one (though not necessarily their own) when applying.
Period of fee liability
University fee, college fee, and living expenses during residential sessions. In addition, return air travel from the scholar's home country for each residential session
Please see website for details of how to apply.
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