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01 Mar 2016
Another month and another lot of events for you to try out across the UK. The weather should start to warm up a little soon (although we can't guarantee that), so we've even included an outdoor event this month to get you out and about. Read more
Programme Team - Chevening Secretariat
24 Feb 2016
As a Palestinian Master’s student and a Chevening Scholar, taking part in the Education World Forum (EWF) was eye opening. Read more
Haneen Qatamesh - Chevening Scholar, Occupied Palestinian Territories
19 Feb 2016
Back in 2014, Chevening and Cardiff University came together to form what has been a highly successful partnership. With our second anniversary fast approaching, we caught up with the team at Cardiff to hear their thoughts on partnering with Chevening. Read more
Anne Morgan - Partnership Development Manager, Cardiff University
02 Feb 2016
One month into 2016 and I can safely say that January has set some very high standards for the rest of the year. Read more
Tamara Mathias - Chevening Scholar, India
25 Jan 2016
On the 25 January every year, they celebrate Burns Night in Scotland. But what is Burns Night, and where does the celebration come from? We asked our very own Scot, Programme Officer Catriona McArthur, to tell us. Read more
Programme Team - Chevening Secretariat
19 Jan 2016
It might be cold, and there may be snow on the ground (if you're lucky), but that doesn't stop the Brits from having a good time. Read more
Programme Team - Chevening Secretariat
04 Jan 2016
The round table discussion on regional connectivity had four panelists from India, China, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Read more
Shoaib Ahmad Rahim - Chevening Alumnus, Afghanistan
04 Jan 2016
Our 'In the spotlight' series is continuing into 2016, and programme officer Dammy Olatoye is kicking us off. She's given us her thoughts on Liverpool, the place she describes as 'the city of firsts'.  Read more
Programme Team - Chevening Secretariat
18 Dec 2015
The increasing role of Chevening Alumni networks in local decision-making and leadership raises the need for sharing best practice for further local alumni community development, as well as for formulating strategies in order to achieve synergies from regional cooperation between both alumni associations and British embassies. Read more
Dr Zoltan Csedo - Chevening Alumnus, Hungary
08 Dec 2015
I am often humbled by the peculiar generosity of the strangers who contribute towards schemes such as the Chevening Scholarship to fund strangers such as myself, majority of whom they will never know or meet.  Read more
Kerry Kyaa - Chevening Alumna, Kenya