Alumni blog

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08 Dec 2015
I am often humbled by the peculiar generosity of the strangers who contribute towards schemes such as the Chevening Scholarship to fund strangers such as myself, majority of whom they will never know or meet.  Read more
Kerry Kyaa - Chevening Alumna, Kenya
08 Dec 2015
Disability is a diversified way of living and the foundation of an inclusive society is based on embracing diversity; this is what I have learned from my professor Mark Harrison at University of East Anglia while I was studying on the prestigious British Chevening Scholarship in 2007. Read more
Atif Sheikh - Chevening Alumnus, Pakistan
09 Nov 2015
I was selected for Chevening’s South Asia Journalism Programme (SAJP) in 2012 .This was a short Chevening course, tailor made Read more
Abir Sardar - Chevening Alumnus, Pakistan
05 Oct 2015
Recently, I submitted my dissertation knowing that I have achieved the goal I set out to do before starting my Master's in Public Administration and Public Policy at the University of York with a C Read more
Ahmed Maher - Chevening Alumnus, Egypt
05 Oct 2015
I remember the phone call like it was yesterday. A voice on the other line said that I had been selected as one of two awardees to represent Trinidad and Tobago as a Chevening Scholar in the UK. Read more
Adrian Thomas - Chevening Alumnus, Trinidad and Tobago
24 Sep 2015
Earlier this year, I took a one-year sabbatical from work with an interest to deepen my understanding on what green growth means to Southeast Asia. Read more
Wilson Ang - Chevening Alumnus, Singapore
Teh Chi-Chang - about success and taiji
31 Jul 2015
If you measure success by the usual corporate trappings, my career is in the doldrums.  Read more
Teh Chi-Chang - Chevening Alumnus, Malaysia