Chevening Alumni

Chevening Alumni

Numbering around 50,000 worldwide, Chevening Alumni are an influential and highly regarded group. They have an excellent record of rising to positions of leadership across a wide range of fields including politics, business, the media, civil society, science and technology, and academia. Have a look around these pages and discover our incredible community.

Alumni spotlight

Alejandro Fernandez Whipple

Founder and CEO of Argentarium, Co-founder of Fintech Dominicana and General Manager of the Superintendency of Banks, Dominican Republic

Alejandro Fernandez Whipple was awarded a Chevening Scholarship to pursue an MBA in Banking Management at the University of Exeter.

Nirav Khambhati

CEO - Tata ClassEdge, India

Nirav Khambhati is the Chief Executive Officer of Tata ClassEdge, an organization that aims to make a positive and meaningful difference to the education of 10 million students every year by 2025 i

Roger Wilkins AO

Former President of the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF), Australia

Now retired from the public sector after a long and distinguished career as a senior public official, Roger Wilkins was a recipient of a Chevening Scholarship to study Law at the University of Oxfo

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Latest news

The two countries that call the Caribbean island of La Hispaniola home, Haiti and the Dominican Republic (DR), are geographically close, but have not always enjoyed a harmonious relationship. In November 2018, the Chevening Alliance for La Hispaniola organised a binational conference in Santo Domingo, bringing together alumni from these neighbouring nations to discuss challenges and opportunities for improving binational relations. Read more
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On Saturday 10 November, a typically British autumn day, alumni representing more than 22 nations gathered at Regent’s University London for the Chevening Alumni Alliance’s (CAA) second global forum. This flagship event of the CAA calendar attracted alumni from all corners of the world, including Haiti, Bulgaria, Jordan, Russia, Indonesia, and South Africa. Read more
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Over the past three months, Chevening Alumni from across the Western Balkans have been working together on a series of events to improve collaboration in the region. As part of this project, Chevening Alumni from Montenegro organised two big events: a regional alumni conference, and a regional art exhibition featuring pieces from an open competition. The project was funded by the Chevening Alumni Programme Fund (CAPF), and delivered by the UK Alumni Association of Montenegro (MAUK).  Democracy, Dialogue and Innovation Read more
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‘Chevening Alumni are the best advocates for the Chevening programme in their home countries.’ Read more
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