Chevening Fellowships are financed and awarded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office in order to support UK International Priorities. A menu of short Fellowship courses support UK planned priorities and allow UK overseas Missions to help advance the policy context in a country or region through fresh ideas and perspectives, capacity-building or exposure to knowledge.
Chevening Fellowships will assist to provide an informed and evidence-based context to key policy debates, mutual understanding of international positions supply practical experience relevant to the Fellowship subject and encourage dialogue to assist with identification of an optimum strategic direction in the subject of the Fellowship.
Chevening Fellowships will aim to provide Fellows with a positive, customer-focused experience of the UK and a relevant professional development chance through a 3-month subject-immersion course in the UK with a challenging programme of academic, practical, policy and political exposure. These Fellowships are an opportunity to gather information and to use that information in considered and directed discussion, by asking the big questions and exploring the range of approaches taken by different countries.
Chevening Fellowships will help the UK build a influential network of professional subject-based international colleagues and could generate a strong ‘think-tank’ to engage informally with UK overseas Missions in-country or regionally on specific issues. In this way, Fellowships will be expected to have immediate and ongoing impact on specific policy objectives at Post.
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