Cheveners across the world are committed to taking action to tackle climate change. Learn more about the work of our community and find out what you can do to get involved.
Cheveners across the world are committed to using the knowledge, skills and networks they gain in the UK to positively impact people's lives.
Since 1983, Chevening has brought exceptional individuals from around the world to study in the UK. This unique opportunity has helped to elevate careers, transform communities, shift and deepen perspectives, and build intercontinental bridges.
Members of the Chevening community are choosing to challenge inequality. Learn more about the work of our community in protecting human rights and speaking up for safe and inclusive communities.
Cheveners around the world are embracing innovation in science and technology to confront global challenges. Read their stories and find out more about the impact you could have as a Chevening Scholar.
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2021 was another extraordinary year for the Chevening programme. Read about it here.
Chevening Alumna, Sherika Whitelocke-Ballingsingh has recently been nominated as a Global Finalist for the British Council Alumni Awards. Her research into the safety and the impact of pollutants in Jamaica, as well as on informal battery smelting and its damaging effects on children is something we can all learn from.
As our application period opens on 2 August, we’re asking you, our alumni, to help us promote Chevening to your peers. Get involved in our #CheveningImpact campaign, become a Chevening Ambassador, and share your experiences with our 900,000 followers
Bernardo Ivo-Cruz undertook his Chevening Scholarship in 2001 at the University of Bristol. Now, in 2022, he has just been appointed Secretary of State for Internationalisation at the Portuguese Foreign Ministry. We interview him to find out how he did it.