Here are 3 questions to help you work out what kind of Chevener you’ll be A Chevening Scholarship is not just a scholarship for a year of study – it’s a network for life. Our scholars work together around the world long after they graduate, taking on projects from setting up new networks in Israel, […]
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.
What not to do when you interview for a Chevening Scholarship Being invited to interview for a Chevening Scholarship is a huge achievement. But it can also be nerve-wracking – you don’t want to make a silly mistake and give a bad impression. Strong preparation is key. Knowing what to do in your interview – […]
What's happening around the UK in February?
Achieve your goals, advance your career, and make a positive contribution to something greater than yourself. We explore just some of the reasons international students choose to study in the UK with Chevening.
Chevening Alumni share their advice for successfully applying to Chevening. In this article, we hear from Basma Taysir El Doukhi about how her UK study experience is advancing her career in building a better future for refugees and forcibly displaced communities.
As applications open for the Western Balkans Cyber Security Fellowship, we hear from two alumni about the future of the cyber security sector, and the pressing need to increase diversity within the field.
With dark, cold nights and rainy days, we know that winter in the UK can be a tough time of year. That's why we've compiled this quick list of things you can do to make sure you're taking care of yourself and staying as cheerful as possible during these tricky months.
As part of our Winter Wellbeing series, we’re showcasing some recommendations for making the most of Christmas in the UK. Here are some of the songs that make some of our scholars and staff feel the most festive – so put on your headphones and get your Christmas going! Arafat Rahaman, Bangladesh O Holy […]
As Lebanon faces governance challenges, world leaders and Lebanese citizens alike are looking for positive solutions to empower change. We hear from Chevening partner organisation, Siren Associates, a Lebanese non-profit organisation finding innovative reform solutions.
Chevening Alumnus Christian Fru Ngang, a native of the northwest region of Cameroon, studied Engineering in Water Sanitation and Health Engineering at the University of Leeds in 2018 and worked with leading water and sanitation experts in the UK. Here he tells us how he’s bringing this knowledge back to Cameroon.