Where necessary and practical, interviews can take place online for those applying for Chevening Awards. In 2020, interviews successfully took place online in many countries and we are confident that we can provide applicants with a fair and smooth interview process in this way. If you are shortlisted for a Chevening interview, you will be […]
No. Extensions will not be granted under any circumstances.
No, you must attend in person. If you know that you will be unable to make the appointment, you must inform the Chevening Secretariat as soon as possible.
No, Chevening does not require university transcripts to be translated. However, some UK universities may require a certified translation of your transcript documents. Please check with them directly.
You should give the Secretariat at least two working days’ notice should you be unable to attend at your scheduled time. Only in exceptional circumstances will an additional appointment be made available. Failure to attend your interview may result in your withdrawal from the application process.
No, you can only submit one application during each application period. If both fellowships and scholarships are available in your country, you should refer to your country page for more information on the options and decide which one to apply to. Please note that if you withdraw your application, you cannot submit another.
The interview will be an opportunity to discuss some of the information you provided in the application form. The panel will ask questions that will enable you to fully explain your personal and professional aspirations and how Chevening can facilitate these goals for you. As part of your interview, your courses and/or programme choice will […]
No. Applications must be submitted online through the Chevening Online Application System. This system will be used throughout the Chevening selection process and you will be required to regularly log in to receive updates on your application. We recommend you find alternative internet providers that are available locally.
The interview panel will include representatives from the British embassy/high commission.
Yes, however you can only apply to the country programme where you have citizenship rights. You will also be expected to return to your country of citizenship at the end of your award and remain for at least two years.