Chevening Applicants must have at least two year’s work experience (or 2,800 hours) of work experience. We accept work experience in any field. However, if your course choices are not related to your work experience, you will need to explain why you want to make a career change. You should explain the transferable skills you […]
No. Chevening Scholarships are available for taught master’s degrees only.
No. Chevening Scholarships cover full-time courses only.
No, you can only choose a one year course. Chevening will not support a course that is longer than 12 months in any form.
You cannot make changes to your course choices in the online application system after you have submitted your application. If you wish to change your university or course choices, you must inform your interviewers of this during your interview. Your interviewers must authorise any university or course changes. You must then receive an unconditional offer […]
Yes. Scholars can choose any university for their Chevening Scholarship, even if applications are not yet open at their chosen university, or they have not yet been accepted onto a course. We are aware that some universities do not process new applications until the autumn but please be assured that they can be included as […]
Yes, you can. However, if you have already received financial benefit from the UK government, you cannot apply for a Chevening Award.
No. Chevening Awards are aimed at graduates who have already acquired some work experience. You must have already graduated from your degree at the time of application.
No, you only need one unconditional offer to be eligible to receive a Chevening Scholarship.
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.