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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.
Chevening Scholar Marie-Anne Gisèle N'Guessan Epse Assanvo had a dream of setting up a social library in Côte d’Ivoire to develop reading skills in children and young adults from underprivileged backgrounds.
Gabriela Garcia and Leysi Rubio are two Cuban Chevening Alumni who undertook their scholarship in 2018. They are also the co-founders of ‘Our City, Our Space’, a Havana-based International Forum on sustainable living. Their shared passion for sustainability was cultivated while studying in the UK, and recently it brought together over 400 participants, including 36 […]
A new policy report brings together 36 innovative environmental ideas designed over the course of 24 hours by Chevening, CSC and Marshall Alumni from over 50 countries around the world.
From producing news pieces to podcasting, ten Chevening Alumni have completed a three-month placement at various departments across the BBC World Service.
2022 will see the launch of the Chevening - UKSA Iceland STEM Scholarship with thanks to the UK Space agency and Iceland’s Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
This year’s Chevening Prudential Thailand scholarship has been awarded to Imron Hanima, a doctor from southern Thailand who will study a master’s degree in clinical neurology at the University of Sheffield. Imron Hanima was selected after strong competition for a Chevening Scholarship this year, with more than 1,000 applications covering a broad range of subjects […]
On Monday 27 September until Friday 8 October, over 130 alumni from across the Chevening, CSC and Marshall scholarship programmes will work within their respective 34 teams to develop inventive and original policy proposals aimed at addressing the challenges presented by climate change.
The Chevening - Alberto Benavides de la Quintana partner scholarship for Peruvian students has been renewed for two years following an agreement between the British Embassy in Lima and the Los Andes de Cajamarca Association (ALAC).
This year’s Chevening Conference gave scholars the chance to learn about and discuss the idea of leadership with their peers, and hear from leading Edinburgh University academics on the subject.