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34 Argentines will study in the UK with a Chevening scholarship

The British Ambassador welcomed at his Residence the group of young Argentines who were awarded a Chevening scholarship.

The British Ambassador with a group of Argentine Chevening scholars

The British Ambassador with a group of Argentine Chevening scholars

On Tuesday 24 August, the Ambassador joined former Chevening alumni and the Chevening Alumni Association of Argentina in wishing them a safe trip and encouraged them

to remain open to new experiences, make the most of your time and travel around the country. And when you come back, tell everybody about your stay in the UK.

A group of Chevening scholars that will study in the UK in 2016-17
A group of Chevening scholars that will study in the UK in 2016-17

This year, 34 young Argentines will have the chance to study in the UK thanks to the Chevening scholarship, which covers all expenses and enables them to choose any course of study and university in the UK. They are:

  • Santiago Arguimbau - University of Dundee - Energy Studies with Specialisation in Energy Economics
  • Emmanuel Andrés Artusa - Queen Mary, University of London - International Business and Politics
  • Magdalena Ayerra - Goldsmiths, University of London - Cities and Society
  • Tomás Balparda - Kingston University - Sustainable Building Design and Performance
  • Florencia Binder - Goldsmiths, University of London - Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
  • Mariano Braccia - King’s College London - Master of Laws
  • Rodrigo Cabrera - University of Westminster - International Law
  • Constanza Castro Feijoo - Goldsmiths, University of London - Management of Innovation
  • Elisa Correa - Imperial College London - Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology
  • Julieta Cuneo - King’s College London - Sustainable Cities
  • Santiago Dunne - University of Edinburgh - Environmental Sustainability
  • Jerónimo Espinosa - King’s College London - Drug Development Science
  • Sofía Estevez - University of Manchester - Social Research Methods and Statistics
  • Juan Falcón - King’s College London - Master of Laws
  • María Fedel Rossi - University of Edinburgh - International Development
  • Mariana Fernandez Escobar - University College London - Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
  • Pedro Garrigou - University of Oxford - Public Policy
  • Jose Gasparín - University of Birmingham - Public Administration
  • Juan Graña – LSE - Politics and Communication
  • Alex Maculus – LSE - Law
  • Cintia Maldonado - University of Manchester - Management and Information Systems
  • Iván Matovich - University College London - Policy Studies in Education
  • Eugenia Migliori - University College London - Public Administration and Management
  • Sonia Mihanovich - University College London - Public Administration and Management
  • Melina Nacke - University of Westminster - International Planning and Sustainable Development
  • Andres O’Farrell – LSE - Public Management and Governance
  • María Scarpinelli - City University - Financial Journalism
  • Kevin Sijniensky - University of Warwick - Economics
  • Lucía Taboada - University of Manchester - International Development: Public Policy and Management
  • Martin Torino Zavaleta - Birkbeck, University of London – Global Politics
  • Esteban Torre – LSE - Public Policy and Administration
  • Martín Valente - University of Dundee - International Criminal Justice and Human Rights
  • Victoria Vasalo - University College London - Public Policy
  • Magalí Yance – LSE - Social Policy and Development
Published 26 August 2016
Last updated 12 September 2016 + show all updates
  1. Names of scholars were added
  2. Added translation