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.
All candidates are expected to meet the same English language requirement by the specified deadline. However, your test centre might be able to make special arrangements for you when taking the test, so you should contact them directly to arrange this. Please let the test centre know if you require special arrangements as early as […]
No, 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 course choices, you must inform your interviewers of this during your interview. Your interviewers must authorise any course changes. You must then receive an unconditional offer from one of the authorised courses by […]
No, you do not have to provide proof of your work experience in your application form. In the work experience section, you are asked to provide details of all previous positions held, including: name of employer, job title, and dates of employment. If you are shortlisted to interview, you will be asked to provide references, […]
No. However, you are encouraged to apply for your chosen courses of study before or at the same time as applying for a Chevening Scholarship.
Applicants must meet the minimum work experience requirement before submitting their application. Applicants whose work experience amounts to less than the minimum amount will not be considered for an award.
Chevening Scholarships aim to support individuals to achieve their professional aspirations. The course and field of study should relate to your current or future career goals.
The types of work experience that are eligible for Chevening include full-time employment; part-time employment; voluntary work; and paid or unpaid internships. Work experience can be completed before, during, or after graduating from your undergraduate studies. However, employment undertaken as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate course are not eligible. Fellowship programmes may have additional requirements […]
You should accept the offers you receive as long as you do not enter into a financial commitment with the university and can withdraw at a later date if you are not selected for Chevening.