You are required to supply the contact details of two referees when you submit your application. If your application is progressed, you must upload two references to the online application system by 12:00 GMT on 25 February 2020. Read about what we require from your references. Please note, fellows who are shortlisted for programmes following […]
Yes. A waiver is only provided to applicants who are citizens of specific countries and for applicants that have undertaken their undergraduate course in a native English speaking country. For a full list visit the English language requirement page.
Yes, the requirement is that you have achieved a sufficiently high score at your undergraduate degree to satisfy the entry requirement of a UK master’s degree or a Chevening Fellowship programme. Typically this will mean that you need an equivalent of a 2:1 Honours at undergraduate level, but a number of universities and programmes will accept lower […]
No, you only need one unconditional offer to be eligible to receive a Chevening Scholarship.
A standard Chevening Scholarship covers all tuition fees. However, you should visit your country page for more information about what is included in the scholarship. Please note that there is a fee cap applied to MBA programmes that requires applicants to cover any additional tuition cost over £18,000. You will still receive all additional allowances.
Yes, you must accept the offer made by the university to secure a place on the course. However, you must not discuss the financial aspects related to the course. If awarded a scholarship, the Chevening Secretariat will confirm the financial arrangements directly with the university.
The £18,000 cap applies to MBA tuition fees only. You will still receive all additional allowances. The £18,000 fee cap doesn’t apply to MSc, MA, and other postgraduate degrees.
No. Applicants must apply to the three university courses as early as possible and upload any unconditional offers they receive to the online application system.
No. Your Chevening application does not constitute an application to an individual university for your selected course. You will need to visit the individual university website and apply directly to the university for your selected course(s).
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.