Chevening Awards in Nepal

Applications for 2015/2016 Chevening Awards in Nepal are now closed.

You can check the status of your application by logging in to the Application Centre using the login details you registered with.

Your application will pass through the following selection stages:

  • Review against the Chevening eligibility criteria
  • Review by independent panel of experts in the UK
  • Review by panel at the British Embassy in Kathmandu

Please do not contact the British Embassy in Kathmandu with application enquiries. We will contact you in February with an update on the outcome of the above selection stages and whether you are invited to attend an interview. Interviews will take place between 23 February and 17 April 2015.

For more information about the selection process please read our FAQs.

To receive a Chevening Award you will need to have received an unconditional offer from one of the three UK university courses listed on your application form. You will also need to fulfil the Chevening English language requirement. The deadline for meeting these conditions is 15 July 2015.

Applications for 2016/2017 Chevening Awards

Are you a future leader? Do you want to study in the UK? If you would like to enhance your leadership skills and become part of the growing Chevening network, sign up for alerts about next year’s application round.

Applications for the 2016/2017 Chevening Awards open in August 2015.

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A message from the Embassy

‘By connecting to the UK Nepal’s future leaders in key fields, our expanding Chevening scholarships programme will help to ensure that education and people-to-people contacts remain a key plank of our partnership.’

 

 

Mr Andy Sparkes, HM Ambassador to Nepal