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.
My name is Marijose Vilá and I have been working at the British Embassy Guatemala City for the past three years as the Prosperity and Projects Officer & Chevening Officer for Guatemala and Honduras. Every year I look forward to engaging with Chevening Alumni in both countries to co-develop projects that will have a positive […]
After an abrupt disruption in her studies because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Sia Morenike Tengbe, a medical doctor and public health professional from Sierra Leone, changed the subject of her dissertation to benefit the people of her country during these uncertain times. From a project focused on reproductive health, she changed the topic to […]
Initially started in Bulgaria by the local Chevening Alumni Association, the ‘Shapers of tomorrow’ mentoring programme got the interest of our alumni in Kosovo – this new initiative has now been shaped and moulded to fit the need of a new country. We’ve asked three alumni who are working on this new approach about the […]
It has been an unusual year, but don’t let that stop you from exploring and enjoying the UK. Have a look at the in person and virtual events for this month.
1,370 scholars from 144 countries were formally welcomed to the Chevening programme at the beginning of an exciting year studying in the UK at Chevening Orientation on 11 November.
Virtual events Book Week Scotland [16 – 22 November] People of all ages and walks of life come together in libraries, schools, community venues and workplaces to share and enjoy books and reading. Manchester Animation Festival [15-17 November] Manchester Animation Festival is the UK’s largest Animation Festival dedicated to the celebration of the animated art […]
We understand that COVID-19 raises questions for international students studying in the UK.
For the longest time, the best kept secret of Silicon Valley wasn’t a software or an incubator. It was a vivacious football coach turned sales guy called Bill Campbell. He went on weekly walks with Steve Jobs and the founders of Google said they wouldn’t have made it without him.
UK universities are committed to making life and study enjoyable and rewarding, despite COVID-19.