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Chevening scholarships are the United Kingdom (UK) government’s scholarship programme; usually awarded to scholars wishing to undertake postgraduate courses at UK universities. Chevening Scholarships at Imperial College are awarded to scholars with a high level of academic excellence and outstanding leadership potential, from across the globe. The scholarship may be a full or partial scholarship and awarded to scholars for any master’s programme.
Applications for 2022-23 Chevening Scholarships are currently open. The deadline for applications is 12:00 GMT (midday UK time) on 2 November 2021.
To be considered for The Chevening scholarships you must:
- be able to demonstrate that you have achieved a minimum English language requirement. All Imperial College students must have a good command of the English language. Please see the Imperial College London English language requirement webpage for full details of entry requirements.
- be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country at the time of applying for the award, and intend to return there at the end of the period of study (please see the Chevening Scholarships: frequently asked questions page)
- hold a degree that is equivalent to at least a good UK second-class honours degree. Further information on UK degree equivalency can be found from UK NARIC
- have completed at least two years' work experience
- plan to travel back to your home country after you have completed your studies
How to apply
Prospective students should apply and submit applications electronically and directly through the Chevening website. It is also strongly recommend that you simultaneously apply to Imperial College indicating which course you wish to study.
What the scholarship includes
- the full or partial cost of (overseas) tuition fees
- a full maintenance allowance
- some additional costs
- a return airfare to your home country.