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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.
Get your scarves and gloves ready! Here are some of the top activities and events happening in the UK this December.
As the temperature drops, it can be hard to find the motivation to take a break from studying and stay active. Luckily, Social Media Ambassador (SMA) Sibongiseni Zondi has some great tips for how he’s planning to maintain a healthy body and mind over the winter period.
Wadi Ben-Hirki is a Chevening Alumna from the Class of 2021 and works across Nigeria to impact the lives of the marginalized and disadvantaged through humanitarianism and advocacy. Discover more about her work here.
Christmas is a time for giving, so why not roll up your sleeves and get involved in volunteering? It feels good to give back!
Finding a new role after a year abroad studying in the UK doesn’t have to be challenging. Here are four easy ways you can help your resume stand out to recruiters.
Have you just submitted your Chevening application to study in the UK in the 2023/24 academic year? Hear from Social Media Ambassador (SMA) Hafsat Dauda about what to expect now that you’ve clicked ‘submit’ on your Chevening application.
2019 Chevening Alumna Mirza Nikšić gained a promotion shortly studying in the UK with the Chevening Western Balkans Fellowship. We find out how he leveraged his new knowledge and networks to achieve his career goals.
Our oceans are the planets largest ecosystem. Covering nearly 71% of the Earth’s surface, they sustain life as we know it. Yet they are increasingly under threat. We speak with 2021 Chevening Scholar Natalia Shepel about how she intends to learn from world leading experts at the University of Southampton to advance scientific research into protecting the world’s oceans.
Gender based violence has never before been explored like this in Bhutan. We speak with Chevening Alumnus Yangchen Dolkar Dorji to find out more.