Regional Networks

Our Regional Networks connect Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows based at the same university or region while studying in the UK.

The Networks encourage you to meet more regularly, and aim to help you settle into your new environments and build lifelong friendships with other Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows.

Activities vary by region, and include social events, buddy schemes, sporting activities, and research presentations. Each Regional Network has a Coordinator, who welcomes any input from current Scholars and Fellows about how you would like your network to develop.

Get to know your local representative by checking out their profile, and get in touch with your ideas!

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  • Ms Pamela Angwech, Deputy Headteacher Sacred Heart Secondary School and CEO Gulu Women's Economic Development and Globalization (GWED-G)
  • Director of Studies at Sacred Heart Secondary School
  • Dr. Ventrina Lanyero, Senior Medical Officer Gulu regional Referral Hospital and Kanyiginya Laura, Regional Manager-British Council Uganda
  • Facilitators for the workshop
  • Event organised in collaboration with AWiSH
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Fascinating to hear from @hbaldwin and Rt Hon. the Lord Luce about life in the Commons and Lords at the #CSCParliamentaryEvent this afternoon, and @DrJoannaNewman on importance of #HigherEducation.

Thank you to all our speakers, we hope you enjoyed the event!

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Great to hear from @StephenTwigg, incoming Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, at #CSCParliamentaryEvent this afternoon.

We're excited about our Parliamentary event for #CommonwealthScholars at 2.15 pm (BST) today!

If you're registered to attend, send questions for our speakers to engage@cscuk.org.uk. You can tag and tweet us using #CSCParliamentaryEvent

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Thanks to everyone at @commschols for your contributions and participation in the Social Institutions, Enterprises and Impact training session today! Lots of great input on plotting social organisations that link to your research.

See you next time!
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Great hearing @commschols participants discuss the creation of social organisations around their research area for tackling social problems!

Addressing questions like "is your research area suited to a not-for-profit or social enterprise"... and more!
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