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 […]
You will need to travel to the nearest test centre and cover all the costs associated, including travel and accommodation. Please refer to you country webpage for more information or contact your local British embassy/high commission.
No. Chevening Scholarships cover full-time courses only.
No, Chevening Alumni are not eligible to apply for a further scholarship.
You won’t be permitted to take pre-sessional courses to fulfil the English language requirement. To meet our English language requirement you will be required to take one of the approved English language tests unless you meet one of the exempt categories. Please visit the English language section for more information about the Chevening language requirement, accepted English language tests, […]
No, you can only choose a one year course. Chevening will not support a two year course in any form.
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.
Chevening will accept standard Academic IELTS or UKVI Academic IELTS as long as they were taken on or after 1 October 2018. However, please check with your university directly about their English language requirements before taking the test or applying for a visa.
No. Courses must be either nine or 12 months long.
Yes, you are eligible if you have at least 2,800 hours of work experience, even if this was accumulated in a period of under two years.