Chevening news

The Chevening community extends to all corners of the globe. Here is the latest news on what is going on in the Chevening network. If you have an interesting news story you would like to share with the Chevening community then please fill in our news submission form

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05 May 2016
Chevening Scholars were treated to a once in a lifetime opportunity to play cricket at the England National Cricket Performance Centre, based at Loughborough University. Read more
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14 April 2016
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have been seeking advice from Chevening Scholars ahead of their upcoming trip to India and Bhutan. Read more
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11 April 2016
More than 160 scholars gathered at the University of Birmingham for the third annual Chevening Conference. Read more
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05 April 2016
More than 55 Chevening Scholars headed to Scotland to explore the hidden passageways beneath the city of Edinburgh.  Read more
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04 April 2016
A group of diplomats from across the globe have shared their unique stories with Chevening Scholars in the latest event in the Chevening lecture series - 'A Diary of a Diplomat'. Read more
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01 April 2016
Chevening Scholars have inadvertently set the world record for queueing by collectively clocking up 345,248 hours of queueing time in the eight months that they’ve been in the UK, according to figures released today by Chevening’s Department of Single File Analysis (DSFA). Read more
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07 March 2016
The value and power of female leaders was on show in London, as 60 Chevening Scholars gathered for the 'Women in Leadership' workshop. Read more
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05 February 2016
A Chevening Scholar has proven his leadership potential, by winning an entrepreneurial competition in London. Read more
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04 February 2016
Despite leading busy lifestyles while studying a Master's degree here in the UK, a group of Chevening Scholars found time to volunteer, helping to clean Cramond Beach. Read more
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15 January 2016
A group of budding entrepreneurs were treated to a full day workshop, hosted by the University of Liverpool. Read more
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