After becoming a Chevening Scholar in 1987, Anote Tong shares how he went on to serve three terms as President of Kiribati and became a renowned 'climate warrior'.
Chevening's 2022-2023 Impact Report
In this 40th anniversary year, our impact report celebrates the change that Chevening Alumni have spearheaded across continents and industries, and we extend our gratitude to all those who continue to make Chevening possible today.
Since 1983, Chevening has supported future leaders from across the globe to study in the UK before returning to their countries to drive innovation and help build a more sustainable, equal, and connected world.
Among our alumni community we are proud to have presidents and climate activists, healthcare professionals and women’s rights advocates, conflict resolution and development experts.
This report shares the impact that some of these extraordinary Cheveners have had over the past 40 years.
How Kanta Singh's Chevening Fellowship helped her on her mission to build a more equal India, one girl and one voice at a time.
Mercy Nachalwe Chipampe is a 2009 Chevening Scholar and a leading expert in radiography and mammography, making innovative strides in early cancer detection and treatment in Zambia.
How 2023 Chevening Scholar, Viktoriia Neiman, is supporting reconstruction efforts in Ukraine, mere months after graduating.
2022-2023 Chevening Scholars, Luis Felipe Molina and Rebecca Gao, share what their Chevening experience means to them.
Chevening Fellows, Eduardo Carvalho and Fernala Sejmen-Banjac, share how their Chevening Fellowship experiences helped shape them and their subsequent career paths.