A Chevening Fellowship is a unique opportunity for professionals from around the world to spend time in the UK and boost their career. Hear from our Chevening Fellows on why you should apply for a fellowship today.
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.
Are you applying for a Chevening Scholarship in 2023? Keep reading for unique advice from the current scholar cohort on how to submit a stellar Chevening Application.
Your Chevening Application is only one step on the path to becoming a master's student in the UK. In addition to applying for a fully funded Chevening Scholarship, you will also need to apply for at least three UK university master's courses - which you will be asked to specify on your Chevening application form. Here is our summary of the main questions we receive on this topic.
Here's what you need to know about the Chevening work experience requirement before you hit submit on your Chevening Application.
Chevening Scholar Jenny Hu studied MSc Language and Intercultural Communication at the University of Edinburgh. She shares her experience of studying in the UK as a person with cerebral palsy.
Chevening Scholar Rafael Zhansultanov from Kazakhstan shares the insights and experiences he gathered from applying to Chevening four times before successfully embarking on his Chevening year at the London School of Economics.
We held two Q&A sessions on our Instagram and Facebook channels last week to answer your questions about the Chevening Application process. As we were not able to answer every question in the time that we had (we received over 500!), here is our summary of the most common questions that came up, and our answers to them.
Follow these five steps between now and when applications open to put yourself in the best position to write a first-class application for Chevening.
Find out what Chevening Scholar Dipna Gunnoo loves most about studying in the UK.
What factors should you consider when deciding what you want your UK study experience to be?