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Numbering over 55,000 worldwide, Chevening Alumni are leaders and innovators, who are breaking boundaries across a variety of professional fields. Explore these pages and get to know this incredible community.
Congratulations on completing your Chevening Award! It's now time to begin the next stage of your journey as Chevening Alumni. But what should you do first when you return home?
Whether you studied for a master’s in Human Rights or spent your degree learning the intricacies of Cyber Security, one thing’s for sure: completing your studies means you’re ready to take the next step in your career. Here’s how to make the most of your Chevening Award when you graduate and return home.
This Pride Month, we’re celebrating Cheveners working across the globe to improve rights and opportunities for the LGBT+ community. Dr Henry Za Lal Lian works for UNICEF to prevent HIV in adolescents and young people.
Chevening Alumni are chosen for their leadership potential so it is no surprise that many of them have gone on to rise to senior positions in government and public service. (Pictured: Bogolo Kenewendo, Minister of Investment, Trade & Industry, Government of Botswana)
Through their pioneering work in development and civil society, Cheveners are supporting more prosperous, just, and equal societies. (Pictured: Hania Mohamed Sholkamy, Lead researcher, Egyptian Conditional Cash Transfer programme)
Cheveners are at the forefront of scientific research and technological development around the world, tackling issues ranging from climate change and sustainable living, to cutting edge-financial technology. (Pictured: Rajamanohar Somasundaram, CEO at Aquaconnect)