If you are prompted to change your password, you will need to add a new password. After logging in, you will be able to review the status of your application. Click on ‘Application Centre’ in the top right-hand side of the web page and select ‘Review status’.
Please contact the Chevening Secretariat who will request feedback on your behalf.
Read our guidance on how to make a Student Visa application. Chevening Scholars don’t need to pay the visa fee or the Immigration Health Surcharge. For further information, please contact our welfare and immigration team.
Given the high living costs in the UK, you are strongly advised not to bring family members or dependents to the UK, as we are unable to offer any financial or immigration support. If you wish to bring your dependents to the UK please contact your university’s international office for further advice about their visas. […]
Please contact your university’s international office for advice.
We can accept your passport if it is valid for when you will be travelling to and entering the UK, but you will need to get it renewed while you are in the UK, which can take some time and is at your own risk. If you do renew your passport in the UK, please […]
You should use the passport from the country for which you have been awarded the scholarship. You should not use a diplomatic or government official passport to travel to the UK because your Chevening Scholarship is not considered to be an official posting.
As a Chevening Scholar we want you to experience as much of the UK and its culture as possible. Therefore during the tenure of your scholarship, you are permitted to travel outside of the UK for a maximum of 30 days. Travel outside of the UK requires prior consent, so you should notify your programme […]
You can submit your application without a valid passport. However, you will be required to bring a valid passport or official photo identification to your interview at the British embassy or high commission if selected.
There are a variety of funding models for partnership awards. Partner universities most commonly offer a full tuition fee waiver with the FCDO covering allowances, stipend, travel, engagement and enrichment programme as well as all other administration costs. For private sector organisations, contributions often take the form of a fixed sum of either a flat […]