Yes, as long as the university offer is for a Chevening eligible course, it does not matter if it is a deferred offer or not. You will still need to identify three university courses in your Chevening application, and you must receive an unconditional offer from one of these courses by 15 July 2021.
You will continue to need Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) clearance if your course requires it, even though it is not currently possible to apply for ATAS clearance. If clearance is needed immediately, the UK Home Office advises you to email the Home Office’s Coronavirus Immigration Help Centre: [email protected] We suggest that you also contact […]
Candidates should not enter into a financial commitment with any university unless they are selected for a Chevening Award. If a university is asking for a deposit, please let them know that you are still in the Chevening selection process and that results will be announced in early June. University offer letters which are conditional […]
In order for a course to be eligible, it must be full-time; start in the autumn (usually September/October); and lead to a master’s degree qualification. If you cannot find a particular university and/or course in the database, and you’re sure the course you are interested in is eligible, please fill out the form at the […]
Yes, but only if this course is not offered at the university’s main campus. Applicants are encouraged to consider the wide range of high quality courses offered at universities across all regions of the UK. Awards will only be offered for a course at a London-based campus if this exact course is not available at […]
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for study in the UK only. Short study visits outside the UK may sometimes be included as part of a course but please note that there are strict rules on this.
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for taught master’s degrees only.
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for taught master’s degrees or selected short courses of professional development only.
No. Chevening Scholarships cover full-time courses only.
No, you can only choose a one year course. Chevening will not support a two year course in any form.