Travel within London
For those of you who are not familiar with London transport, more information can be found on the Transport for London website, which includes a journey planner tool and advice on how to pay. The ExCeL London website also has a number of tools available to help you plan your journey.
The ExCeL centre is in east London and the nearest station is:
You can use the event app to keep in touch with other scholars and the Chevening Secretariat as you travel to the event, and can share tips and advice about your journeys.
Finally, should any of you decide to travel by car or minibus, please be aware that there are car parks at ExCeL London but that charges will apply. More information is available on their website.
A full programme for the day will be shared with you ahead of the event.
Registration - programme officer locations
A: Dammy Olatoye
B: Frankie Clarke
C: Hannah Halder
D: Helen Robinson
E: James Goldsmith
F: Jenny Johnson
G: Jim Dale
H: Luis Granja
I: Marzana Khanom
J: Morna Firth
K: Noeme Santana
L: Sabiha Teladia
M: Samantha Mercadante
N: Sophie Willson
O: Susanna Pike
A cloakroom will be available for scholars free of charge. You will find the cloakroom to the right of the Capital Hall, on level 0.
Please note that although there is a cloakroom on site for scholars to use (free of charge), they will not accept laptops or any large electronic equipment. If you bring a laptop you will be expected to keep this with you at all times. The venue takes no responsibility for expensive electronic equipment left inside bags in the cloakroom, so you should keep it with you.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have been made aware that the Discover Dogs show will be taking place at the ExCeL on Saturday. Although the dogs will be based in another part of the venue, we advise that awardees with allergies bring appropriate medication if necessary.