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News and blogs
The Chevening community extends to all corners of the globe. Here is the latest news on what is going on in the Chevening network, and blogs from members of our community.
Nasser Hassane, Class of 2020, has gone from his Chevening Scholarship to LEEP, an NGO working to eliminate lead paint across the globe, and now to the FCDO in Niger. Discover his work and journey.
You’ve just finished your year abroad with Chevening and now you’re heading back home to continue your career. How should you frame your year abroad to employers?
John Shen is a Chevening Alumnus from the Class of 2017 and a prominent LGBT rights activist in China. Read all about his work and journey since he returned from his year of study in the UK.
Priscilla is a student studying at Chevening Partner, Robert Gordon University. Here she shares tips on how to boost employment prospects, using her own insight as an international scholar studying at RGU.
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
CAMFF fellows hosted a forum event to discuss the key themes and challenges facing the media, after participating in the seven-week media freedom programme at the University of Westminster.
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.
We talk to the Japan Chevening Alumni Network (JCAN) to find out more.