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28 Argentines will study in the United Kingdom with Chevening scholarships

We welcomed at the Ambassador’s Residence the group of young Argentines who were awarded Chevening scholarships.

Chevening Argentina

Argentina, Elizabeth Green, bids farewell to the 28 young Argentines who will leave for the United Kingdom to do their master’s studies for a year.

Since 1991, more than 510 Argentines have been selected to participate in this prestigious program and today they successfully perform in different areas of government, private sector, academia, civil society and media.

The Chevening scholarships allow outstanding Argentine young leaders to carry out a postgraduate studies at a British university of their choice with all the expenses covered.

Applications to study during 2019/2020 are open until 6 November 2018 at http://www.chevening.org/apply

Complete list of 2018/2019 scholars

  1. Macarena Acuipil – Social Policy – University of York
  2. Maria Ahumada – Finance – London Business School, University of London
  3. Bruno Ané – Public Policy – King’s College London, University of London
  4. Federico Azpiroz Costa - International Development (Poverty, Inequality and Development) - University of Manchester
  5. Megan Ballesty - Public Administration and Management - UCL (University College London)
  6. Brian Burstein - Law (General) - Queen Mary University of London
  7. Rodrigo Castilla - International Health Policy (Health Economics) - London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
  8. Nicolás Cipriota - Entrepreneurship and Innovation - University of Sussex
  9. Benjamin Cornejo Costas - Science and Technology Policy - University of Sussex
  10. Paula Coto - Public Policy (evaluation) - University of Strathclyde Glasgow
  11. Alejo Da Bouza - Petroleum, Energy Economics and Finance - University of Aberdeen
  12. Maria Degl’innocenti Galeano - Service Design Innovation - Ravensbourne
  13. Diego Deleersnyder - Local Economic Development - London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
  14. Micaela Duffau - Competition Law - Queen Mary University of London
  15. Tomas Esper - Policy Studies in Education - UCL Institute of Education, University of London
  16. Sebastián Ferreyra Romea – LLM - London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
  17. Milagros Gimenez - Public Management (Local Policy and Leadership) - University of Birmingham
  18. Leandro Gorgal - Development Administration and Planning - UCL (University College London)
  19. Maria de los Angeles Lasa – Public Policy – University of Oxford
  20. Santiago Martorana - Big Data in Culture & Society - King’s College London, University of London
  21. Gianni Micheli - International Business Economics - University of East Anglia UEA
  22. Catalina Muller - Power, Participation and Social Change - University of Sussex
  23. Juan Pablo Osman Moreno – International Tax - King’s College London, University of London
  24. Ana Pecoraro - Human Rights Law - Queen Mary University of London
  25. Carolina Pizzo - Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship - Middlesex University
  26. Juan Roberts - Political Economy of Emerging Markets - King’s College London, University of London
  27. Pablo Ruffolo - Engineering Management - Brunel University London
  28. Federico Teveles - Development Management - London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
Published 31 August 2018