Applications for 2021/2022 Chevening Scholarships are open

Chevening Scholarship 22021/2022 Application is now Open. Chevening Scholarship is the UK Government’s global scholarship program that offers future leaders the unique opportunity to pursue a one-year master’s degree in any subject at any UK university.

It provides fully funded scholarships, leaving you free to focus on achieving your academic goals and enjoying the experience of a lifetime. The students will live and study in the UK for a year. At that time they will develop professionally and academically, experiencing the UK culture, and build comprehensive positive relationships with the UK.

Chevening Scholarship 2021/2022 Application is now Open. The application deadline is 2nd November 2021.

Application Timeline
Date Activities
3 AUGUST 2021 APPLICATIONS OPEN AT 12:00 BST
2 NOVEMBER 2021 APPLICATIONS CLOSE AT 12:00 GMT
3 NOVEMBER 2021 APPLICATIONS ARE SHIFTED AGAINST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA.
EARLY TO MID-FEBRUARY 2022 APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS
FEBRUARY TO LATE APRIL 2022 REFERENCES AND EDUCATION DOCUMENTS DEADLINE
28 FEBRUARY TO 29 APRIL 2022 INTERVIEWS TAKE PLACE
FROM EARLY JUNE 2022 RESULTS
14 JULY 2022 OFFER DEADLINE
SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2022 STUDIES BEGIN IN THE UK
Benefits:
  • university tuition fees
  • a monthly stipend
  • travel costs to and from the UK
  • an arrival allowance
  • a homeward departure allowance
  • the cost of one visa application
  • a travel grant to attend events in the UK
Eligibility:
  • Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country or territory (Nepal is eligible.)
  • Must return to their home country after the award has ended for a minimum of 2 years.
  • must have completed all courses of undergraduates to enable entry onto a postgraduate program at a UK university by the time of application.
  • must have at least 2 years of work experience.
  • Must have applied to 3 different Uk university courses and must have received an offer from one of them.
2021/22 Chevening ScholarshipsEligible types of work experience

The types of work experience that are eligible includes:

• Full-time employment

• Part-time employment

• Voluntary work

• Paid or unpaid internships

Work experience can be completed before, during, or after graduating from your undergraduate studies, however, any mandatory employment that counted towards your undergraduate or postgraduate course would not be eligible.

You do not need to meet the work experience requirement in one period of employment. Applicants can submit up to ten different employment periods to meet the requirement. If you have held more than ten positions, please enter the periods that make up the greatest number of hours worked.

If you are currently employed, it is not required that you resign from your position. You are advised to discuss your application with your employer and it is your responsibility to ensure that they will release you if you are selected for a Scholarship. You can refer them to the employer’s page on our website. The British embassy/high commission or the Secretariat cannot intervene in this.

How to calculate your work experience

Your entries will be calculated automatically by multiplying the number of weeks worked by the number of hours worked per week. For this calculation, a working week comprises 35-60 hours and a working year comprises 40-50 weeks. Anything that exceeds the upper limit for full-time employment will be deemed ineligible.

The minimum number of hours an applicant must have before applying for a Chevening Scholarship is two years’ work experience = 2,800 hours

If you have worked part-time, the minimum requirement will have been accumulated over a longer period.

English Language Test

Chevening Scholarship accepts English language tests from five providers:

• Academic IELTS

• Pearson PTE Academic

• TOEFL iBT

• C1 Advanced (formerly Cambridge English: Advanced [CAE])

• Trinity ISE II (B2)

For more information:

Visit Chevening on Nepal’s official website.

 

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