No, you can only choose a one year course. Chevening will not support a two year course in any form.
Applicants must meet the minimum work experience requirement before submitting their application. Applicants whose work experience amounts to less than the minimum amount will not be considered for an award.
No. Courses must be either nine or 12 months long.
The types of work experience that are eligible for Chevening include full-time employment; part-time employment; voluntary work; and paid or unpaid internships. Work experience can be completed before, during, or after graduating from your undergraduate studies. However, employment undertaken as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate course are not eligible. Fellowship programmes may have additional requirements […]
You must contact the British embassy/high commission to discuss this directly. It is at their discretion to agree alternative courses that may better reflect your new career focus.
You are expected to attend the university and course of study that was listed as your first choice for the previous year. Any changes will need to be authorised by the British embassy or high commission where your interview was conducted, so you must inform the Chevening Secretariat of any intended changes as soon as possible. In […]
No, you must contact the universities directly. It is your responsibility to ensure you receive an unconditional offer by the deadline.
You can, but there are restrictions. The distance learning aspect of the course would have to be at the end of the course and Chevening will only provide allowances for up to 12 months that you are in the UK. You will not receive funds for the three months of distance learning. The scholarship will […]
If you are unsure about whether your degree is equivalent to a UK upper second (2:1) Honours, you can contact your preferred universities for advice on degree equivalency.
No. Your course can only be 12 months long. Chevening will not support any course over one year in any form.