Due to data protection law, we are unable to give out personal contact details of Chevening Scholars and/or Fellows. However, there will be several instances where you can meet other scholars and fellows, including at your in-country pre-departure briefing, and at various events once you arrive in the UK.
Yes! You can contact your local Chevening Alumni association or group, who will be delighted to welcome you into their network. Check the alumni groups page on this website, or speak to your embassy/high commission for help getting in touch with alumni in your country. Once your scholarship or fellowship is confirmed, you will also […]
As experts in your respective fields, we would like to support you in any potential engagement activities outside your fellowship, while you are in the UK. As such, we would like to publish your biography on the relevant fellowship programme page of the Chevening website. If you do not wish for your biography to be […]
Gmail has a filtering system which sometimes filters out emails from Chevening. 🙁 It will occasionally filter some emails from Chevening (including the Scholargram), but not all! We’ve put together a guide which provides help for the two most common ways that emails from Chevening go astray – follow the steps below to ensure that […]
We accept work experience from any field. However, if your course choices are not related to your work experience, you will need to explain why you are seeking to make a career change. Note the transferable skills you have gained from your current field of work and how they will help you in your studies […]
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 […]
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 […]
You should accept the offers you receive as long as you do not enter into a financial commitment with the university and can withdraw at a later date if you are not selected for Chevening.
Chevening Scholarships aim to support individuals to achieve their professional aspirations. The course and field of study should relate to your current or future career goals.
No. However, you are encouraged to apply for your chosen courses of study before or at the same time as applying for a Chevening Scholarship.