Application Deadline: November 3, 2021
The application period for the UK Chevening Scholarships 2021-2022 is now open. It is one of the most prestigious Scholarships possibilities available for international students from various nations across the world who wish to pursue their master’s degree in the United Kingdom and are supported by the UK government.
Every year, the Government of the United Kingdom awards Chevening scholarships to students from specific countries who wish to pursue a master’s degree in the United Kingdom. This is a fully funded scholarship that covers all expenditures for the duration of the program.
Opportunity Type: Fully Funded
Language Requirement: TOEFL, IELTS
Application start: August 3, 2021,
Application Close: November 3, 2021
Location: United Kingdom
Name of scholarship: Chevening
Reference and educational document deadline: 22 February 2022
Interview notification: Mid-February 2022
Interview: March to April 30 2022
Result notification: June 2022
University Offer deadline: July 15, 2022
Start of the program: September/October 2022
Level of study:
· Master Degree
Fields of study:
· All Fields
Benefits of Scholarship:
· The Chevening Scholarships are full Scholarships that will cover the following expenses:
· Full Tuition Fee (but the MBA tuition fee is paid up to 18000 pounds)
· Travel cost (one round trip economy level)
· Allowance for departure
· Monthly stipend for accommodation and living expenses
· TB testing allowance
· Grant to attend Chevening events
Application and Selection Process
Applicants of the UK Chevening Scholarship program can apply online from August 3 to November 3, 2021. Applicants are advised to read all the requirements, frequently asked questions, and other terms and conditions before they apply.
· Scan of Your Valid Passport or National ID card (Tazkira)
· Three University Courses you have applied to
· Academic Transcripts and diplomas
· Contact details of two referees
Note: You need to provide answers to the following essay questions in the application form:
Essay Questions (. (Minimum word count: 100 words, maximum word count: 500 words each essay)
Chevening is looking for individuals who will be future leaders or influencers in their home countries. Explain how you meet this requirement, using clear examples of your own leadership and influencing skills to support your answer.
Chevening is looking for individuals with strong professional relationship-building skills, who will engage with the Chevening community and influence and lead others in their chosen profession. Please explain how you build and maintain relationships in a professional capacity, using clear examples of how you currently do this, and outline how you hope to use these skills in the future.
Studying in the UK
Outline why you have selected your chosen three university courses, and explain how this relates to your previous academic or professional experience and your plans for the future. Please enter new information and examples here and not duplicate the information you have entered on the work experience and education section of this form
Chevening is looking for individuals who have a clear post-study career plan. Please outline your immediate plans upon returning home and your longer-term career goals. You may wish to consider how these relate to what the UK government is doing in your country
How To Apply
· The applicants must fulfill the following requirements:
· Have a citizenship of a Chevening-eligible country
· Hold a bachelor degree
· Two years of working experience including any type of work such as internships, volunteer work, full time, part-time that completes 2800 working hours. your work experience can be completed before, during, or after graduating from your
· Return back to home country after graduation
· Receive an unconditional offer from one of three UK university courses by July 15, 2022
· The English language requirement has been removed for applicants applying to study from 2021/2022 onwards.
Note: Those who have dual citizenship with one British citizenship, current/former employees of UK government and relatives, or studied in the UK previously are not eligible to apply.