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 […]
Please contact your university’s international office for advice.
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. […]
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.
Please contact the Chevening Secretariat who will request feedback on your behalf.
Chevening Partnerships enable scholars and partners to establish deeper and more enduring connections with each other. As the recipient of a partnership award, you will stand to benefit from unique networking opportunities and other bespoke enrichment events offered by Chevening’s partners. Both awards provide scholars with the same experience in the UK and the same […]
The interview will be an opportunity to discuss some of the information you provided in the application form. The panel will ask questions that will enable you to fully explain your personal and professional aspirations and how Chevening can facilitate these goals for you. As part of your interview, your courses and/or programme choice will […]
The interview panel will include representatives from the British embassy/high commission.
You will need to take your passport or another form of ID. In your invitation to interview, you will be told whether you have any missing references that you should also bring to your interview in addition to your passport.
No. The interview will be competency-based.