Chevening news

The Chevening community extends to all corners of the globe. Here is the latest news on what is going on in the Chevening network. If you have an interesting news story you would like to share with the Chevening community then please fill in our news submission form

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16 December 2015
Chevening Scholar, Kishva Ambigapathy, has been selected as chairperson of the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC), an association of young people from 53 countries that act as the official representative voice of 1.2 billion young people in the Commonwealth. Read more
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16 December 2015
A group of Chevening Scholars stepped back in time as they visited the historic Hampton Court Palace, home to King Henry VIII. Read more
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07 December 2015
What is the role of the UK monarchy in the 21st century? This was the question asked at the inaugural lecture of the Chevening Lecture Series in London. Read more
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01 December 2015
A group of enthusiastic Chevening Scholars fought sub-zero temperatures  as they planted trees for the city of London.   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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27 November 2015
Chevening Scholars travelled from around the UK to Edinburgh for the latest Best of British event on Wednesday, 25 November. Read more
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23 November 2015
Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, was the setting for the latest Best of British event for Chevening Scholars. Read more
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10 November 2015
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has partnered with the British Library to offer two new fellowships to professionals from Africa and South Asia. 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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02 November 2015
More than £4,000 worth of clothing can now be sold by Oxfam thanks to a group of Chevening Scholars. The group visited the Oxfam Southern Logistics Centre, to assist with uploading items of clothing to the Oxfam website. Clothing, which arrives in bulk on a daily basis, needed to be sorted, photographed, labelled and finally uploaded, ready for sale to the general public. Read more
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