It’s no secret that jobs in cyber security are in high demand. That’s just one of the reasons to choose to study cyber security on a fully funded Chevening Scholarship. We talk to Shumaila Khan, a Chevening Scholar from Pakistan.
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 Alumna Bettina Schreck is an engineer currently working in the Office of Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women at the UN Industrial Development Organization. Here she gives an account of what it’s like being a woman in the engineering sector.
We speak with Lundi-Anne to find out what her experience at Queen Mary, University of London was like, and where her career has taken her since she graduated in 2017.
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.
As applications open for the Western Balkans Cyber Security Fellowship, we hear from two alumni about the future of the cyber security sector, and the pressing need to increase diversity within the field.
As Lebanon faces governance challenges, world leaders and Lebanese citizens alike are looking for positive solutions to empower change. We hear from Chevening partner organisation, Siren Associates, a Lebanese non-profit organisation finding innovative reform solutions.
Chevening Alumnus Christian Fru Ngang, a native of the northwest region of Cameroon, studied Engineering in Water Sanitation and Health Engineering at the University of Leeds in 2018 and worked with leading water and sanitation experts in the UK. Here he tells us how he’s bringing this knowledge back to Cameroon.
We speak to international students and Chevening Alumni about their perseverance, passion, and relentless pursuit of their goals to successfully leverage their UK study experience. In this article, we hear from Chevening Alumna Adetoun Mustapha about how she's advancing scientific research to improve public health outcomes.
Advances in technology are changing the way we live, work and play. But as technological advances accelerate, so too does the need for cyber security experts.
After graduating from the University of Surrey with an MSc in Science in Microwave and Radiofrequency Engineering, Paola better understood the importance of young girls being exposed to ‘harder’ subjects. Here she tells us more about ‘Chicas Waskiris’ and how the Bolivian Chevening community is empowering young women.