Life at a UK university consists of more than just studying. We hear from Fiona Mehta, a student at Brunel University about what there is to do outside of the classroom while studying in the UK.
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.
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.
If you're arriving in the UK from a country on the UK government's "red" or "amber" list, you will need to quarantine upon arrival for 10 days. Chevening programme officers have come up with some ideas to help you pass the time effectively and enjoyably, keeping boredom levels to a minimum!
I arrived the University of Warwick Lakeside accommodation on 2 October 2020, ready to begin studying for a master’s degree in International Development Law and Human Rights.
International students arriving in the UK from "red-list" countries currently need to quarantine for 10 days in a managed quarantine hotel. What's it like? How can you prepare yourself? Chevening Fellow Eduardo tells us about his experience about arriving from Brazil.
Former Chevening Scholar Sibulele Ngomane tells us about her experience of living at Goodenough College and the opportunities it's afforded her
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).
With postgraduate students finishing their exams, and lockdown restrictions coming to an end, scholars have been keen to get out and explore the United Kingdom!
Meet Agustin, a Chevening Alumnus from Argentina. Agustin recognised that what we eat can make a difference to the planet. He recognised a demand for sustainable food and took action. That’s why we’ve made him our first Chevening Climate Hero.
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.