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12 January 2016
The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office invites proposals from evaluation experts for the delivery of a short term monitoring and evaluation project for the Chevening Awards scheme. Chevening aims to bring future leaders to the UK in order to develop a positive disposition towards the UK and to align them with UK interests and values. The objectives of the monitoring and evaluation project are: Read more
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22 December 2015
As 2015 draws to a close, we look and reflect on this year from an alumni perspective. Read more
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17 December 2015
Two months ago, alumni from 12 Central and South East European nations, plus guests from London, gathered in Zagreb for the opening of a two and a half day regional conference organised by Chevening Alumni Hrvatska (Croatia).  Read more
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07 December 2015
The first ever Brazil Goodwill Ambassador summit took place on 1 December in Brasilia. 18 alumni representatives of the almost 1,500 strong alumni network in Brazil congregated at the British Embassy residence for a day of exchange, discussion, and discovery. Read more
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01 December 2015
Georgian Chevening Alumni met at a castle retreat in October 2015 outside Tbilisi to celebrate 20 years of the Chevening scheme in Georgia.  Read more
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30 November 2015
November saw the launch of the Chevening Relays – a new initiative that aims to encourage Cheveners to collaborate, network, travel, and take collective responsibility for a common goal. Read more
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24 November 2015
At a critical time in Egypt’s history, the British Embassy in Cairo is now investing again in this outstanding group, as part of Britain’s commitment to a successful Egypt  full of empowered citizens and healthy institutions. Read more
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03 November 2015
For the second year in a row, the number of scholarship applications received by Chevening has broken the previous record. Read more
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19 October 2015
Harish Lokhun, Chevening's international liaison officer for South Asia, recently visited Bangladesh. He spoke to The Daily Star about what Chevening offers, and why it is so important to UK-Bangledesh relations. Read more
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06 October 2015
The Macedonian Chevening Alumni Association (MCAA) in cooperation with the British Embassy in Skopje organised the panel discussion Conquering civil liberties: From Magna Carta to Carta Macedonia to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta in Macedonia.  Read more
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