In the event that there is not a Visa Application Centre in your home country, or it is closed, Chevening may be able to help cover the cost of travel to another country to secure a visa. A visa travel costs reimbursement will only be assessed and completed once the scholar has arrived in the […]
You can find out more information about references, including common queries, on our references guidance page.
Guidance for the online application system including common queries can be found on our OAS technical issues page.
In the unfortunate situation that one of your courses of choice is discontinued, we would recommend that you apply for an alternative course. You can take a look at our course finder to find another Chevening-eligible option. However, you cannot make changes to your course choices in the online application system after you have submitted […]
Applicants can upload either their degree certificate or degree transcript, as long as it is an official document from your university that proves your degree and grade. We require the original documents which do not need to be translated into English.
Our terms and conditions require all scholars to return to their country/territory of award for a period of two years immediately following the completion of their award.
If your query is regarding an issue that will not prevent you from submitting your application (e.g. a spelling error in your name, an incorrect date of birth, an incorrect country of residence), this may be dealt with after the application window has closed. Please ensure that you submit your application as soon as possible […]
No, Chevening Scholars cannot apply for a Graduate route visa. When you accept a Chevening Award, you agree to return home for two years at the end of your scholarship.
You are asked to supply the contact details of two referees when you submit your application. If your application is progressed, you must ensure you have uploaded two references to the online application system prior to your interview. Read about what we require from your references. Please note, fellows who are shortlisted for programmes following […]
The UK is a safe place to study, and UK universities are prioritising students’ safety and wellbeing. The UK higher education sector has gone above and beyond to ensure that international students’ physical and mental health are prioritised. If you have any questions about the services you can access at your university, you should get […]