How does it work?

Partners work with Chevening to identify mutually beneficial objectives which are set out in a memorandum of understanding (MoU), along with the terms and procedures of the partnership arrangement.

New partnerships agreed before 1 July each year will be fully available to applicants from the start of the year's application window.

All Chevening programmes, including those co-funded with partners, are fully administered by the Chevening Secretariat, located in London at the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Chevening welcomes partners to be involved in the marketing and the selection for their awards, and encourage partners to engage with their scholars or fellows throughout the duration of their award, helping to foster a connection that will remain in place when the scholars return to their home country.