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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26 March 2018
Chevening Partners, Scholars, and Alumni gathered at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Wednesday, 21 March to share stories about the ‘life-changing’ Chevening programme, in an evening held to thank partners for their support. Guests were welcomed to the FCO’s Durbar Court by the Rt Hon Mark Field MP, Minister of State, who said: ‘On my visits I meet Chevening Alumni whenever I can. Invariably they tell me that the scholarship has made a huge difference to their lives.’ Read more
IN GB
23 March 2018
Chevening is a strong community of innovative thinkers, world-leading experts, and genuinely interesting people. The global diversity of Chevening is one of the things which makes the network so attractive. UK embassies and high commissions often hold events within countries for alumni living there, however these rarely reach their alumni living elsewhere in the world. Read more
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02 March 2018
Ukrainian Chevening Scholar and weight-lifter Bohdan Bon won a bronze medal for Great Britain at a major international powerlifting championship. Bohdan's medal was achieved in the -83kg category of the International Powerlifting Federation World Classic Bench Press Championships 2018, which took place in Finland from 14 to 19 May. Read more
UA GB
14 February 2018
As part of the 'Chevening Explores’ series, Cheveners past and present came together in Nottingham to discuss the challenges and opportunities around sustainability. The event, Sense and Sustainability, opened with a welcome speech from Professor Sarah Metcalfe of the University of Nottingham, during which she outlined the university's research priorities and institutional focus on sustainable and resilient cities. She also acknlowledged the value of the Chevening programme for the scholars in attendance. Read more
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31 December 2017
The New Year celebrations are a time to reflect upon the year that has passed, and to look forward to the opportunities to come. Read more
GB
14 December 2017
Please note, the deadline for submitting tender documents has now passed. The Chevening Secretariat requires a single contractor to design, build, implement, and maintain an online application system for Chevening Scholarships and Fellowships. Read more
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05 December 2017
Chevening Alumna Khongorzul Amarsanaa (Zola) has dedicated her life to eliminating violence against women and children in Mongolia, especially child sexual abuse. Last month, her efforts, as well as those of the many volunteers at Beautiful Hearts Against Sexual Violence (Beautiful Hearts), were recognised at a global awards ceremony in London. Read more
MN GB
01 December 2017
In November, the United Kingdom Alumni Association of Montenegro (MAUK) held their second forum on the theme of 'Innovation Reshaping Montenegro', which was a continuation of the first Innovation Forum held in November 2016. Read more
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23 November 2017
  The Shell Centenary Scholarship Fund recently celebrated 20 years of supporting organisations to increase their impact on education services. To mark the occasion, 12 Chevening Scholars and recent alumni were invited to attend an event hosted at Shell's head office in London. Chevening has been one of Shell's longest standing partners for 18 years, and the funds received from Shell have helped to expand the programme and enabled more scholars to access further education. Read more
GB
22 November 2017
This month, Chevening Alumni in Bulgaria officially relaunched the Bulgarian Chevening Association at a reception hosted by Her Excellency Mrs Emma Hopkins, OBE, British Ambassador to Bulgaria. Set at the British Residence in Sofia, Cheveners gathered to network and discuss plans for building a strong, engaged alumni community. About forty Cheveners attended the reception, exchanging memories about their time spent in the UK, information about professional development, and future plans. Read more
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