Scholars events

Want to get involved with Chevening? Take a look at our events below. If you want to book tickets, keep an eye out for the Eventbrite passwords in the monthly 'Scholargram'.

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01 March 2018
1 March marks University Mental Health Day and Chevening will be supporting this by running a whole programme of events during the month to focus on your wellbeing. The winter can be a challenging time of year, particularly with a busy study programme, so we have organised a programme of spring events to help you improve your mental, physical, and social wellbeing. Read more
23 March 2018
As a part of the Best of British series we are delighted to bring you 'The legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games: talk and riverboat tour'. Event itinerary Read more
06 April 2018
Book your ticket for Chevening Conference 2018, hosted by the University of Bristol on Friday, 6 April. Chevening Conference 2018 is the third-largest event in the Chevening calendar, bringing scholars together to present ideas and research that explores this year's theme: 'Lead the Change: Inspiring change in a globalised world'. The conference is a great opportunity to: Read more
23 April 2018
Join us on a tour of the Houses of Parliament for your chance to walk through the Commons Chamber, and to find out how Parliament works. Following this we will see London from a different angle: taking a boat down the River Thames before hearing more about the Vote100 campaign and the women’s suffrage movement. Cost: £10Ticketing system: ballotRegistration for tickets: From 10:00 on Wednesday, 28 March for 48 hoursEventbrite password: see March Scholargram Read more
26 April 2018
Cornwall may not be a devolved nation, but its history, culture, language, and landscape all set it apart from the rest of the UK. Join us for a two-day adventure during which we will explore sustainability and identity in this unique region. Cost: £33Eventbrite password: see March ScholargramRegistration opens: Thursday, 1 March at 10:00 (for 48 hours)Ticketing system: ballot Read more
11 May 2018
Explore a real coal mine and be prepared to be lowered 90 metres down the Big Pit mineshaft with a real miner for the museum's famous underground tour. Learn about Britain’s industrial heritage in the museum's mining galleries, and round off your day by hearing about the issue of sustainability from an academic. Read more
23 May 2018
Further details of this event are still being confirmed.  Keep an eye on your monthly Scholargram to find out more. Details may be subject to change. Read more