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.

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03 April 2017
More than 100 scholars attended or presented at the fourth Chevening Conference, which was hosted by the University of Bradford on Friday, 31 March 2017. The purpose of the annual conference is to give scholars the chance to link their studies to a chosen theme, presenting their own research to academics and their fellow scholars. This year’s theme was ‘Collaborative Leadership’, and the event also gave scholars the opportunity to hear from leading academics. Read more
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13 September 2016
This month, twelve Chevening/Gurukul Fellows will begin the twelve-week leadership course hosted by the India Institute at King’s College London. The programme, which runs annually, is aimed at mid-career professionals who demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities and have already achieved a position of influence in their home countries. 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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24 November 2015
At a critical time in Egypt’s history, the British Embassy in Cairo is now investing again in this outstanding group, as part of Britain’s commitment to a successful Egypt  full of empowered citizens and healthy institutions. Read more
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17 September 2015
Fourteen Chevening Gurukul Fellows arrived at King’s College London to begin an intensive twelve-week leadership course at the India Institute of the iconic central London university. The Chevening Gurukul Fellowship programme is designed to address issues faced by leaders in all fields, by analysing changing ideas and practices of leadership, and exploring implications of globalisation for Indian leaders. Read more
IN GB
05 November 2014
The third edition of the annual ‘Chevening TALKS’ took place at the British residence earlier this week. Chevening Scholars and other leaders attending the event, listened to Alberto Crescenti, director of SAME (Emergency Service of Buenos Aires City), Carlos Guyot, deputy editor of newspaper La Nación, and Alec Oxenford, internet entrepreneur and founder of OLX.com who explored different perspectives of leadership from a variety of sectors. Read more
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