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Ambassador John Dennis said, during a live Radio Nacional interview: “I am delighted to be involved in encouraging Angolans to apply to this scholarship programme. Chevening benefits everyone: Angola, the UK and of course, the scholars themselves. It is an important mechanism to build long-lasting bonds of friendships between the UK and Angola. The scholars are the future decision-makers of tomorrow, and Chevening gives them the skills and experiences to shape the vision of the future.”
The applications window for Chevening scholarship applications for Angolan nationals to study for a Masters in the UK will be open until 15 November 2014. Interested applicants should visit the Chevening website link text for further information, eligibility criteria and to access the online application form.
Applications are particularly welcome for those wishing to study in the fields of: Human rights, democracy and good governance Economics and financial management Public administration and local governance Health Education Low carbon economies and energy