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Chevening offers a diverse range of fellowships, enabling mid-career professionals from across the globe to enhance their knowledge. Click on the programmes for more details about each, including profiles of our current fellows and of our esteemed alumni. You can use the filters below to find out if any fellowships are available where you are.

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Applications for Chevening Scholarships are closed. Applications will reopen in 2021.

Programmes

Chevening Healthcare, Health Policy, and Health Reform Fellowship (CHHRF)

Chevening Healthcare, Health Policy, and Health Reform Fellowship (CHHRF)

This fellowship offers senior professionals from the health sector the opportunity to undertake an agreed research project under the supervision of an academic at the University of Oxford. Fellows will be able to access a variety of world class facilities, and will benefit from ongoing support from staff and their university faculty throughout their time in the UK.

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Chevening LSE Fellowship (LSE)

Chevening LSE Fellowship (LSE)

This multi-disciplinary fellowship enables experts from a variety of sectors within the social sciences to spend up to nine months working with a dedicated academic supervisor on a defined research project. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in relevant university classes while on award, and will also be able to tap into the expertise of other university academics working in their field of expertise.

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Chevening Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (& Abdullah Gül) Fellowships (OCIS)

Chevening Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (& Abdullah Gül) Fellowships (OCIS)

These fellowships enable mid-career academics or professionals to undertake a period of self-directed research focusing on the culture and civilisation of Islam and contemporary Muslim societies in a global context. Fellows will benefit from meeting a multi-disciplinary group of scholars focusing on the Islamic world.

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