Chevening Scholarships are the worldwide scholarship program of the United Kingdom Government, financed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partners. The program provides prizes to excellent academics with governance potential from all over the globe to study on any field at any UK university for a master’s degree.
Host institution(s): any college in the UK study level /field(s): Full-time Masters in any topic. Use the course finder to locate eligible master’s degrees throughout the UK at each college. Awards Number: Around 1,500 scholarships will be provided worldwide.
Target category: Bursaries are aimed at Chevening-eligible countries residents. See the full list of nations eligible for Chevening scholarships on the official website.
Scholarship value/inclusions: A Chevening Scholarship usually includes charges for university tuition, a monthly living allowance, an economy class return airfare to the UK, and extra grants and allowances to cover vital expenses.
Eligibility: You must: Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible nation in order to qualify for a Chevening Scholarship.
Return to your nation of nationality for at least two years after the completion of your scholarship. Have an undergraduate degree that will allow you to enter a postgraduate program at a UK college. This is typically equal to a 2:1 Honors Degree in the United Kingdom. Have at least two years of job experience.
Apply to three distinct UK college classes and receive an unconditional offer from one of these classes by 16 July 2020. Comply with the Chevening English language requirement by 16 July 2020 either by taking an English linguistic exam or by applying for an exemption based on the UKVI exempt categories Application guidelines: Applications for Chevening Awards may only be filed using the UKVI exempt categories Closed on 12:00 GMT, November 5, 2019.
For comprehensive information on how to apply for this scholarship, it is necessary to visit the official website.