No. Your course can only be 12 months long. Chevening will not support any course over one year in any form.
Yes, the higher master’s qualification is sufficient to be eligible for a Chevening Award. Please also check with your preferred universities to ensure you meet the entry requirements for your chosen courses. Fellowship programmes may have additional requirements which you should check on the relevant programme page.
Yes. As long as you complete the academic programme within 12 months and don’t continue on to the placement then this course would be eligible.
To be eligible for a Chevening Scholarship, you should have an undergraduate degree that will enable you to gain entry onto a postgraduate programme at a UK university. This is typically equivalent to an upper second-class 2:1 honours degree in the UK. Please contact individual universities to check if your qualification meets their entry requirements.
You cannot make any further changes to your course choices after your interview. If you do not get an offer from any of the courses confirmed at your interview, you will not be eligible for a Chevening Award. Please carefully consider your course choices, including the order of preference, before committing to them.
Yes, you can. However, if you have already received financial benefit from the UK government, you cannot apply for a Chevening Award.
Yes, you still need to identify three university courses, although you can enter the unconditional offer as the first of your three options.
No. Chevening Awards are aimed at graduates who have already acquired some work experience. You must have already graduated from your degree at the time of application.
No, Chevening Scholarships are available for study in the UK only. It is also not an option for you to start your studies in your home country through distance learning and then to come to the UK to complete the course later in the academic year.
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 […]