On Tuesday 29 August, the Ambassador Mark Kent joined members of the Chevening Alumni Association of Argentina and local authorities in wishing a safe and successful trip to the scholarship holders.
In his speech, the Ambassador stressed how the number of Argentine Chevening scholars has reached a record since the arrival of the programme to the country in 1991. He also appreciated the diversity of courses and universities chosen by the young students who will spend a year in the United Kingdom.
The Chevening scholarship allows salient youth Argentines to pursue a postgraduate degree program in a British university of choice with all expenses covered.
The 2017/2018 beneficiaries are:
Mateo Aguilar – University of Nottingham – Public Policy
Juan Aguirre – Queen Mary – Energy and Natural Resources Law
Rosario Alioto – LSE – Local Economic Development
Luciana Arszt – LSE – Management of Innovation
Nayla Attas – LSE – Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Guadalupe Baricco Prats – UCL – Public Administration and Management
Mariana Brandeburgo – LSE – Social Policy and Development
Tomas Bunge – University of Warwick – Engineering Business Management
Leandro Carbone – University of Greenwich – Strength and Conditioning
Tiziano Di Biase – LSE – Economics
Sebastian Dieguez – UCL – International Public Policy
Jacinta Dillon – LSE – Social Policy and Development
Maria Fernandez da Silva Areias – Goldsmiths – Management of Innovation
Sergio Giuliano – University of Oxford – Public Policy
Angeles Kenny – UCL – Public Administration and Management
Maria del Pilar Kusel – UCL – Public Policy
Fermin Koop – University of Reading – Environment and Development
Eric Machta – University of Manchester – International Development
Ana Marasas – University of Birmingham – Public Administration