No, as long as you meet the English language requirement by 16 July 2020, you will be eligible to receive a scholarship. However, your ability to communicate effectively in English may be taken into consideration during your interview at the British embassy or high commission.
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 […]
Yes, all applicants must meet their university’s English language requirement. Failure to do so means that your application will not be considered by that university.
After you have submitted your application, you can log back into the application system to upload your supporting documents. If you are invited to interview, you will be required to upload your education documents and your reference letters by 25 February 2020. If you are selected for Chevening, you must submit your English language test […]
You will need to check this directly with the test centre and discuss any special arrangements that you might need as soon as possible.
Yes, you can take the test as many times as you need. You must then submit a test report that meets the minimum requirement set by Chevening by 16 July 2020.
Yes, you will need to retake the test and meet the minimum criteria set by both the university and Chevening. The Chevening language requirement remains the same in 2020/2021, however you must confirm any changes that may have been made to the university’s language requirement for the course you applied for.
You are required to supply the contact details of two referees when you submit your application. If your application is progressed, you must upload two references to the online application system by 12:00 GMT on 25 February 2020. Read about what we require from your references. Please note, fellows who are shortlisted for programmes following […]
Yes. A waiver is only provided to applicants who are citizens of specific countries and for applicants that have undertaken their undergraduate course in a native English speaking country. For a full list visit the English language requirement page.
Yes, but only if this course is not offered at the university’s main campus. Applicants are encouraged to consider the wide range of high quality courses offered at universities across all regions of the UK. Awards will only be offered for a course at a London-based campus if this exact course is not available at […]