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'.

E.g., 2018-01-19

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22 January 2018
Two days of fun in vibrant Glasgow. On day one you’ll try traditional Scottish dancing, sample haggis, and learn more about Scotland's national poet Robert Burns at our ceilidh. On day two you’ll discover more about Glasgow, including its history, culture, and future. Team up with other scholars for an exciting hunt for facts around the city, followed by a talk on why Glasgow is a city of the future. Read more
24 January 2018
Immerse yourself in the history of the UK’s most important footballing city – Manchester! Find out how Manchester City is supporting gender equality and economic development, take a tour of Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium, and learn about how football has shaped Mancunian society for more than a century. Cost: £10Password: in January ScholargramTicketing system: BallotRegistration for tickets: 10:00 on Thursday, 4 January for 48 hours Read more
02 February 2018
The Belfast murals are important symbols in Northern Ireland that depict the past and present religious and political troubles. They show how street art can display culture and history. The tour will take in some of the most historically important sites in Belfast, and you will have the chance to discover the meaning behind these murals. We will be starting the day with a tour of the famous Belfast murals at 13:00, and end the day at the prestigious Queen's University Belfast for talks and a Q&A. Read more
08 February 2018
Sense and sustainability: an evening with Chevening Alumni This event will be delivered by experienced Chevening Alumni from a variety of sectors, and hosted by the University of Nottingham, a university with research priorities and an institutional focus on sustainable and resilient cities. Hear about the unprecedented challenges that they encounter and discover the sustainable solutions to tackle them. Read more
26 February 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
26 February 2018
'Are technology and globalisation destined to drive up inequality?' Apply to watch Cheveners debate this topical question. Cost: £10Ticketing system: BallotRegistration for tickets: From 10:00 on Friday, 1 February for 48 hoursEventbrite password: in February Scholargram Read more
07 March 2018
Books2Africa: Knowledge is Power Come and spend a day at the Books2Africa warehouse outside of Canterbury, where we will assist this charitable organisation in sorting and packaging books for shipment to schools and libraries in fifteen African countries. Take this chance to learn more about British civil society’s engagement with environmental and educational development work! Read more
13 March 2018
Join us at the third event in our 'Best of British Presents' series, exploring the culture, history, and politics of the UK's national identities. We'll be visiting Cardiff, the capital of Wales and home to the devolved Welsh administion, the National Assembly of Wales (Senedd). Read more
06 April 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. Submit your presentation or poster proposal for a chance to take part in Chevening Conference here. Read more
26 April 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