No. Your Chevening Scholarship does not include any insurance. We recommend taking out possessions insurance to protect your belongings from theft, fire, loss, or accidental damage while you are staying in the UK. Some university accommodation contracts do include possessions insurance, but you should carefully check exactly what is and is not included. Your Students’ […]
If your Students’ Union or university doesn’t provide any housing advice then there are other agencies that may be able to help. The housing charity Shelter provides useful information as well face to face and telephone advice. The Citizens Advice Bureau will also be able to offer further advice on your housing issue and you […]
The Chevening Secretariat is limited in the assistance we can provide for accommodation, and encourage you to contact your host institution’s accommodation office for advice about finding accommodation before coming to the UK.
This will be dependent on your fellowship and will be stated in your final award letter. Where accommodation is pre-arranged as part of your award, you will receive a reduced living allowance. If accommodation is not pre-arranged as part of your award, your monthly living allowance will be calculated to include accommodation costs.
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.
You must contact your local British embassy or high commission to discuss this directly. It is at their discretion to agree alternative courses that may better reflect your new career focus.
No, you must contact the universities directly. It is your responsibility to ensure you receive an unconditional offer by the deadline.
No. 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 before committing to them.
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. Due to the exceptional circumstances presented by COVID-19, scholars […]
No. You will need to apply directly to each of your chosen universities for your selected course(s).