No. There is no upper age limit to be eligible for a Chevening Award.
Yes, however you must wait five years after finishing your scholarship before you can apply for a fellowship. For example, a Chevening Alumnus who studied for a master’s degree in the UK between 2008 and 2009 will only be eligible to apply for a fellowship programme from 2014/2015.
Yes, Chevening welcomes applications from all eligible candidates.
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 […]
You cannot apply for a Chevening Scholarship if you have previously received funding from another UK government scholarship programme to study in the UK. However, if you have previously studied under a UK Government-funded scholarship (including Chevening), you may be eligible to apply for a Chevening Fellowship five years after the completion of your initial […]
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for study in the UK only. Short study visits outside the UK may sometimes be included as part of a course but please note that there are strict rules on this.
No, Chevening Alumni are not eligible to apply for a further scholarship.
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for taught master’s degrees only.
Not all scholars and fellows are required to take a TB test but depending on your country of residence you may be required to take one as part of your visa application. Please view the Gov.uk website for further guidance. If you require further clarification please email our welfare team.
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for taught master’s degrees or selected short courses of professional development only.