Bernardo Ivo-Cruz undertook his Chevening Scholarship in 2001 at the University of Bristol. Now, in 2022, he has just been appointed Secretary of State for Internationalisation at the Portuguese Foreign Ministry. We interview him to find out how he did it.
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.
We talk to the Japan Chevening Alumni Network (JCAN) to find out more.
Chevening Alumni come together to talk about climate change and loss of biodiversity. We talk to them about what they learned.
Chevening Alumnus and a multinational team of volunteers launch Global Share, an online platform that equips people to improve their employability prospects. We find out more.
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.
Many students are surprised to find that they also need a period of adjustment when they return to their home country. This is completely normal. Read our tips and advice for managing this change.
The UK is full of exciting things to see and do for students – here’s where we think you should start.
Kasvi Sehgal, a student studying at Cardiff University provides a helpful summary of the types of accommodation available to you, and what kind of support you can receive during your time studying in the UK.
Follow these steps between now and applications opening on 2 August 2022, and you’ll be ready to ace the Chevening application process.
Wonder what it would be like to study in Cardiff? Check out a typical day as a Cardiff University student.