Your CAS is a unique number generated internally by your university and so you will receive this directly from them.
As a Chevening Scholar, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) expects your priority to be your studies, but they do acknowledge that gaining some work experience in the UK can be beneficial for your career and overall experience. However you must ensure that any work you do is within the conditions of your visa, […]
Reference letters do not need to be written on official letterhead, but the British embassy or high commission may contact your referees for verification.
Reference letters do not need to have handwritten signatures, but the British embassy or high commission may contact your referees for verification.
Extensions are only granted in exceptional circumstances and subject to funding. They are not automatic, and should not be assumed.
Yes, but this will be at your own cost.
Fellowship candidates must book flights through the Chevening Fellowship Diversity Travel portal. Please ensure that you use this link to make your initial travel quote. All correspondence regarding travel will be arranged directly with Diversity.
You should travel to the UK from the country of your award as this is where your pre-departure event will take place. If this is not possible, please contact your programme officer as soon as possible.
Yes. Please send completed copies of the acceptance form, data preferences form, medical form, and client care letter, ensuring you include all relevant pages and that you send each form as a PDF document (please do not send individual pages).
Some universities require a tuition fee deposit either because you have deferred your place from the previous year or to secure your unconditional offer. Generally, Chevening will not pay this deposit and it is your responsibility to secure your university offer. In some cases the university may be able to postpone payment of the deposit if […]