Our top tips on how to enjoy some of the most iconic spots and landmarks that make up the oldest university town in the English-speaking work: Oxford.
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.
With Roman roots and a Viking past, York is a must-see city during your Chevening year. Find out what York has to offer below.
As a qualified psychotherapist, mental health activist, and public speaker, 2021-22 Chevening Alumna Maria Sergeeva shares her tips for how Chevening Scholars can take care of their mental health at this time of year.
It may be cold outside, but there are still plenty of things to do to help you make the most of your Chevening year! Here are some of the top activities and events happening in the UK this February.
Culture, food and the beautiful outdoors - find out how to make the most of Scotland's hilly and historic capital on your Chevening year!
Looking for ideas of how to spend a weekend in the UK? Current Chevening Scholar and Social Media Ambassador (SMA) Janneille Morgan takes us along for the ride on a cycling adventure in London.
Use your Chevening year to discover the capital of Wales, a city that fuses the modern with tradition. Find out what Cardiff has to offer below.
On the 25 January every year, Burns Night is celebrated in Scotland. But what is Burns Night, and where does the celebration come from? We invited one of our resident Scots to explain to us. Who is Robert Burns? Robert Burns was a famous 18th century Scottish poet and lyricist and is considered by many […]
Current Chevening Scholars are invited to submit their proposals to present at the 2023 Chevening Conference.
Is 2023 the year you become a #Chevening Scholar? Whatever you’re hoping to achieve, writing a list of new year’s resolutions is a great way to keep you focussed. Read on to find out what some of our Chevening community have on their lists this year.