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Chevening Gurukul Scholarships for Leadership and Excellence 2017 a minimum of eight months from the application deadline to when scholars are conditionally selected for an award.
Type of award
a) Awardees can take up bilateral awards in the following ways:
Value of award
a) A full Chevening Bilateral Award normally comprises:
Changes to the value of an award
a) The value of your award will differ from the above in the following circumstances:
To be eligible for a Chevening Award you must:
You are not eligible for a Chevening Award if you:
Once submitted, your application will be reviewed against the Chevening eligibility criteria. If you failed to meet the work experience requirement, or have entered something in your declaration that makes you ineligible, you will be given one opportunity to review and amend your entries for these two sections.
You will receive instructions on how to review these sections via email and you will have until 48 hours prior to the application deadline to amend your answers. For scholarships, this is 1200 GMT on 6 November 2016. Failure to amend your answers will mean your application will not be considered for an award.
Application can be done online only.
Keeping your contact details up to date
a) You must ensure that the Secretariat has up to date contact details for you, including a UK address and email and an overseas address and email at the end of the award.
b) You must keep in touch with the Chevening Secretariat during the term of your award and, in particular, keep your programme officer informed if you:
c) You must return any form or request for information promptly to the Secretariat. If you do not, your stipend may be withheld.
Your university and course
a) You must diligently pursue the course of studies agreed and conform to the rules of any organisation in which you work or study.
b) It is expected that you will dedicate yourself to your studies and successfully pass your Master’s degree at the first attempt. Where you are not able to do this Chevening will not pay for any fees associated with resitting exams or resubmitting written work.
c) You must not transfer to any other education institution.
d) You must not transfer to any other course of study than that confirmed in your Final Award letter without the express permission of your programme officer. Such requests must be made within two weeks of the course start date and supported by exceptional circumstances. Requests made after this time will not be considered.
Travel during an award
a) You must remain in the UK (except for authorised absences) during your award period.
b) You are not permitted to be outside of the UK for either academic or personal reasons for more than 60 days throughout the entire period of your award, or for more than 30 days in any one year.
c) Where you exceed the 30 day limit in one year, or 60 day limit over two years, your stipend will be suspended until your return.
d) Where you will be absent from the UK, you should notify your programme officer at least two weeks before you intend to travel confirming your destination, the reason for your trip and the length of your intended stay abroad.
e) Absence for any reason in excess of 30 days in one year or 60 days over the two years requires the express permission of your programme officer. You should contact them at least two weeks in advance of your proposed departure for further information. You should not assume that permission to travel will be granted.
a) You must comply with the Chevening travel policy when booking your flights to and from the UK. If you do not, you may lose the entitlement to have your flight costs covered by Chevening.
b) Flights back to your home country must be booked at least two months before your award ends, if not sooner. Your programme officer will confirm the deadline to book your homeward flight by; stipends may be withheld if the Secretariat is not informed of your return flight details by the date given.
c) Your award is calculated to support your costs only. There is no provision for dependants of Chevening awardees. Awardees are advised not to bring dependants to the UK. The Chevening programme provides no financial or pastoral support for dependants and will not endorse the visa applications of, nor provide travel for, dependants.
d) You must complete and return all report requests and surveys sent to you throughout your Chevening Bilateral Award. Failure to complete reports and surveys may result in stipends and/or allowances being withheld or penalties being applied. If you are unable to complete the survey/report in time, you should contact your programme officer before the closing date to request an extension.
e) You must act as an ambassador for both Chevening and your home country while in the UK and remember that your actions and remarks will have an impact on the reputation of both.
f) You must not engage in political activities or in any other activities of a public nature likely to affect the British Government adversely.
g) If you share your Chevening experiences online, you should acknowledge that these views are your own and do not represent the Chevening programme or the FCO.
h) You must not serve as an official representative (whether diplomatic, consular, or otherwise) of any government during the course of your studies.
i) You must acknowledge Chevening in any publications (e.g. journal articles, book chapters or a thesis) resulting from your visit to the UK during the term of your Chevening Bilateral Award. You must cite Chevening as ‘Chevening Scholarships, the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations.’ You must also pass a copy of any such publication or broadcast to the Secretariat.
j) Any behaviour which is deemed to be in breach of the above conditions may result in an official warning regarding behaviour from the Secretariat and/or a formal letter of warning from the British Embassy or High Commission and may result in the withdrawal of your award.
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