Study-In-UK: 2022 Chevening Scholarship Awards for International Students

 Study-In-UK: 2022 Chevening Scholarship Awards for International Students

Study-In-UK: 2022 Chevening Scholarship Awards for International Students

The Chevening Scholarship has announced the deadline for submitting applications for the 2022 Chevening Scholarship Awards for interested and qualified candidates planning to enroll in top-tier British universities to pursue a postgraduate degree.

The Chevening Scholarship Awards are made to pay all of the costs associated with pursuing a Masters degree in the UK, including any additional costs associated with housing, obtaining a visa, and travel.

Studying in the UK gives you the chance to experience a wide range of cultures, viewpoints, castles, and other historical landmarks, as well as live stream infamous Premier League games. Furthermore, unlike many other nations, Master's programs in the UK normally endure one year.

Scholarship Information The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organizations sponsor the Chevening Scholarships, the UK government's international scholarship program.

The program awards master's degrees in any field from any UK university to outstanding scholars with leadership potential from throughout the world.

With the help of Chevening Scholarships, overseas postgraduate students with strong leadership potential can pursue a master's degree at a British university and build valuable professional and academic networks. With the help of these relationships, you can forge close ties with the UK and have a beneficial influence back home.

To assist Chevening Scholars enjoy the best of British culture and make the most of their time in the UK, the Chevening program offers a wealth of extracurricular activities and volunteer opportunities. These can include going on excursions to view the sights in various parts of the nation or participating in networking activities with other program scholars.

Scholarship Requirements
To be considered for the Chevening Scholarship Award, you must:

  • Be a citizen of an eligible Chevening country 
  • Hold an undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK 2.1 (‘upper second-class honours’).
  • Have two years’ work experience.
  • Have an unconditional offer for a Masters at a UK university 
  • Have completed all components of an undergraduate degree that will enable you to gain entry onto a postgraduate programme at a UK university by the time you submit your application.
Even if you already hold a master's degree, you are still eligible to apply for a Chevening Award to pursue a second master's degree in the UK if you can convincingly demonstrate how it would advance your career goals of influencing positive change in your home nation.

Scholarship Duration and Reward
  • Master’s courses in the UK typically last for one year, which is shorter than many other countries.
  • Successful candidates get the following;
  • Full payment of Masters tuition fees.
  • Payment of travel to and from the UK
  • Payment of visa application fees
  • A monthly living allowance (stipend) for accommodation and expenses – this amount will be confirmed in your acceptance letter and will be higher if you’re studying in London

Additionally, you might be given a "events travel top-up allowance" to help with the cost of getting to any required Chevening activities, which are typically conducted in London.

Required Documents
To apply, candidates must be ready to submit the following documents;
  • Copies of your degree certificate and academic transcripts
  • Two references (academic or professional)
  • A brief biographical description of yourself

Method of Application



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