Chevening enables outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue Undergraduate and one-year master’s degrees in the UK.
There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ Chevening Scholar, but those who are successful tend to have ambition, leadership qualities, and a strong academic background.
We encourage you to apply if you meet our eligibility criteria and other requirements. Your gender, age (there is no upper age limit), sexual orientation, religion, marriage or parenthood status, caste, class, or other attributes do not matter to us. What matters is your ability to submit a strong application that demonstrates you are capable of excelling on an intense master’s course in the UK, and that you have a clear vision for your future – and maybe even that of your sector or your country.
About Scholarship Institution
Chevening Scholarships are very competitive. In order to give yourself the best chance of being shortlisted for an interview and eventually being offered a scholarship, it is vital that you prepare at every stage of the process.
Before submitting your application, it is recommended that you read the guidance offered here. It will help you to find the right courses for your application, choose appropriate references, and avoid common mistakes that other applicants make.
Please also note that successful applicants wishing to take up their Chevening Scholarship will also have to agree to the terms and conditions of the award, so please review these before submitting your application.
In order to be eligible, the courses you choose must be full-time, and:
- Start in the autumn term (usually September/October)
- Taught master’s (i.e. not research-focused MRes programmes)
- Lead to a master’s degree qualification
- Based in the UK
- You can alos use the course finder to search for courses
How to Apply
Use the below to find the awards available in your country/territory. Begin by selecting your country of citizenship. You can then refine your search depending on if you are applying for a scholarship or a fellowship.
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