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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25 May 2015
Chevening Scholars had the chance to experience some of the fantastic work of British playwright Sir William Shakespeare. At the Globe Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, scholars were introduced to 'The Merchant of Venice' by Dr Christie Carson, before taking their seats to view the play later that evening. Danilo Soares, a Chevening Social Media Ambassador, tells the story of the day: Read more
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22 May 2015
Chevening and Loughborough University have formed a new partnership to offer scholarships to Brazilian applicants, as announced by Alex Ellis, the British Ambassador to Brazil. Read more
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21 May 2015
The key objectives for the newly elected team includes strengthening relationships with alumni and scholars in Cameroon, and working in partnership with the British High Commission in Yaounde to promote Chevening in the other countries covered by the mission. Read more
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19 May 2015
Combine a series of inspiring and engaging talks with the opportunity to taste an array of Mexican drinks and what you end up with is the recipe for a truly special event, which is what the second edition of BritMex turned out to be again. Read more
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05 May 2015
Alecia Maragh, a Chevening Scholar from Jamaica, recently spoke at the Annual TEDx Student competition at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). As one of Chevening's Social Media Ambassadors, Alecia inspires people from across the globe on a daily basis to better themselves and push for their goals - and in particular to become a Chevening Scholar. However, she decided it was time to spread her thoughts in a more demanding setting - on a stage with nowhere to hide. After the event, she told us her story. Read more
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01 May 2015
The 2015 Chevening India Journalism Programme came to a conclusion with a captivating symposium organised by the fellows themselves themed Elephants in the newsroom: Challenges facing the Indian media today.  Read more
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29 April 2015
As the winner of the Tea at No. 10 competition, Malaysian scholar Aimran Amir toured the famous No. 10 Downing Street, residence to British Prime Ministers since 1735, and enjoyed a cup of tea in one of its beautiful dining rooms. Read more
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27 April 2015
Mariela Sanchez-Belmont Montiel, a Chevening Scholar from Mexico, has completed this year's Greater Manchester Marathon. In a more than respectable time of 5hrs 27mins, Mariela, who studies at the University of Manchester, completed her first ever marathon. After recovering from the aches and pains of running for that long, Mariela took the time to tell us her story: Read more
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27 April 2015
A musical, cultural and glamorous evening to bring the softer side of Pakistan to London was held by Chevening Scholars from Pakistan at the William Goodenough House. Aasia Saail Khan, Sumbal Agha and Umar Mahmood Khan, with the help of Team Young Pakistan at Goodenough, presented their show 'East meets West' to an audience of over 125 guests from London, Europe, Canada, Asia and America. Read more
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20 April 2015
Chevening and the University of Durham came together for the second year in a row to host the annual Chevening Conference. This year, set in the fantastic facilities at Durham University Business School, scholars set about debating diplomacy in the 21st century. Nearly 100 scholars attended the one day conference, and 21 scholars were selected to present their opinions on topics ranging from soft power through to global health and governance.  Read more
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