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Chevening Scholarship Applications Open for 2021/2022

7 September 2020

Chevening Scholarships are fully funded scholarships awarded to outstanding professionals from all over the world to pursue a one-year master’s degree in any subject at a UK university. 

These scholarships are fully-funded  and include flights, accommodation and course fees and applications are now open for international students for the 2021/2022 academic year. The scholarship is aimed at the achievement of professional goals and maximising student benefits. The application and selection process lasts for roughly around eight months. Application deadline for the Chevening Scholarship is in November 2020.

Eligibility conditions for Indian students include:

  • Be a citizen of a Chevening-eligible country or territory
  • Return to your country of citizenship for a minimum of two years after your award has ended
  • An undergraduate degree that enables entry onto a postgraduate programme in the UK. This is typically equivalent to an upper second-class 2:1 honours degree in the UK.
  • A minimum of two years of work experience

If you want to study in the UK in 2021/2022 and apply for prestigious scholarships like the Chevening fully funded postgraduate scholarship, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK to learn more about the process. 

 

I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

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