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As you may already be aware we are now accepting applications for a number of Chevening programmes in India. The programmes provide an invaluable opportunity to Indian professionals to establish their own networks of contacts in the UK who would be of direct value to their work and career development in India.
We are pleased to offer the following Chevening programmes in India:
Chevening Master’s Programmes
Up to 30 fully funded One Year Master Scholarships in any UK post-graduate course and university.
Chevening/HSBC Scholarship: 3 scholarships for India - finance or environmental related courses preferred
There are also a number of partnership awards linked to specific UK universities, the following are available to applicants from India:
Chevening/Durham Scholarship: Any course other than MBA available at Durham
Chevening/Bangor Scholarship: Any course other than MBA available at Durham
Chevening/Cambridge Scholarship: Any degree offered at Cambridge
Brunel University: Any course offered at Brunel
Schumacher College: Any course offered at Schumacher with Sept/Oct start date
Surrey Business School – Only MBA courses are accepted for this award
University of Birmingham- Any course offered at Birmingham
University of Southampton - Any degree offered at Southampton
Last date to apply for all of these Master’s programmes: 15 November 2014
Chevening India Fellowship Programmes
The Chevening TCS Cyber Security course is available for six professionals working in the field of cyber security and public policy at the Defence Academy at Cranfield University. Last date to apply: 26 September 2014
The Chevening Rolls Royce Science and Innovation program at the Said Business School at the University of Oxford is targeted at twelve professionals working in the field of science and related public administration. Last date to apply: 31 October 2014
The Chevening India Journalism program is available for fourteen media professionals to study a specifically designed programme Good Governance in a Changing World: Media, Politics and Society at the University of Westminster. Last date to apply: 3 October 2014
Chevening/Clore Scholarship: this is specifically targeted towards the arts and cultural world. The deadline for applications is 15 November.