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.
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.
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Scholars have given 1,435 hours for 135 different organisations and causes across the UK during the 2020/2021 academic year, despite Covid-19 social distancing requirements.
Chevening’s first virtual festival is getting closer! A celebration for the Class of 2020, it will be an event full of networking, inspiring speeches, and plenty of opportunity – we couldn’t be more excited. We are thrilled to announce that our keynote speaker for ‘Summer Connect: Chevener for Life’ will be Alicia Herbert, the Director […]
After COVID-19 spread across the world, preventing people from meeting up and altering ways of working together, the Chevening Alumni Association Nigeria (CAAN) found itself in need of a change of approach. Back in 2019, it was known that 1 in 3 young people would leave Nigeria because of national and governmental issues. This prompted […]
At Chevening, we are very proud to be teaming up with our partners at the Marshall, Fulbright and Commonwealth scholarship programmes to encourage our communities to take climate action in 2021, the year the UK holds the presidency for the COP26 climate conference. The climate crisis affects us all, and together we can take action. Together we can […]
In a year like no other, Mariem Ben Maallem tells us about her remote-working internship with EBRD, and the experiences she’s gained from it. Find out about applying to the EBRD internship For the past four months, I have had the good fortune to be an intern with the EBRD’s SME Finance and […]
Chevening Alumna Gloria Williston discovers how visually impaired journalist Paul Anomah-Kordieh is challenging people’s perceptions of disability.
In a rapidly changing world, we look at the skills that will shape the workforce of 2030
As the first woman in her family to go to university, Chevening Scholar Christine Coc is helping other Mayan girls follow her lead.