No. The interview will be competency-based.
If you are prompted to change your password, you will need to add a new password. After logging in, you will be able to review the status of your application. Click on ‘Application Centre’ in the top right-hand side of the web page and select ‘Review status’.
No, you do not need to resign from full-time employment in order to apply for a Chevening Award. However, you are personally responsible for ensuring that you will be able to accept the award offer when it’s made and that your employer will release you in time for departure to the UK.
Applicants are expected to cover the full costs of attending the interview including travel and overnight accommodation if necessary.
If you have made a mistake, unfortunately you cannot resubmit your application. We encourage you to apply again next year, ensuring that all information is complete and correct before submitting your application.
Interview slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. We therefore suggest you book your interview as soon as possible.
All Chevening Scholarships, including those co-funded with partners, are fully administered by the Chevening Secretariat. The Secretariat makes payments to scholars (e.g. monthly stipends, flight costs and arrival allowances) and invoices the partner for its contribution to the partnership. This ensures the partnership award scholars receive the same support as other Chevening Scholars so that they identify […]
If you have received an email to say that you’ve been conditionally selected for an award, congratulations! Your programme officer will be in touch shortly with your Conditional Award Letter (CAL). However, there may be a slight delay between when you receive the email and when your programme officer contacts you, so please be patient. […]
There are a variety of funding models for partnership awards. Partner universities most commonly offer a full tuition fee waiver with the FCDO covering allowances, stipend, travel, engagement and enrichment programme as well as all other administration costs. For private sector organisations, contributions often take the form of a fixed sum of either a flat […]