Your Chevening Application is only one step on the path to becoming a master's student in the UK. In addition to applying for a fully funded Chevening Scholarship, you will also need to apply for at least three UK university master's courses - which you will be asked to specify on your Chevening application form. Here is our summary of the main questions we receive on this topic.
Helpful information about preparing your Chevening application
Preparation is key to giving yourself the best chance of being awarded a fully funded Chevening Scholarship to study in the UK. To help you, we’ve collated our best guidance and advice.
It will enable you to:
- Find the right courses
- Choose appropriate references
- Avoid common mistakes that other applicants make
You’ll also find our terms and conditions. If your application is successful, you’ll need to agree to these before accepting your award.
We wish you all the best of luck and can’t wait to welcome those of you who are successful to our diverse and global community!
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Chevening Scholar Jenny Hu studied MSc Language and Intercultural Communication at the University of Edinburgh. She shares her experience of studying in the UK as a person with cerebral palsy.
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