As a Chevening Partner-University, we are committed to attracting outstanding scholars whatever their background, level of experience, and subject interest.
We are proud to have an excellent reputation of hosting Chevening scholars. It is through their feedback that we have been able to develop a wide range of Postgraduate Programmes.
From the moment they arrive, our scholars become part of the institution, growing a global network of people who share the values of Chevening - a passion for learning, a spirit of adventure and a commitment to giving back to society.
Chevening Scholarship applications for 2024 open at 12:00 BST on 12 September 2023 and close at 12:00 GMT on 7 November 2023.
I am Prof PB Anand and it is my privilege to be the Co-ordinator of the Chevening Scholarships at Bradford. We aim to provide a unique programme for Chevening scholars no matter which discipline or subject they are studying here. Come here and find out for yourself what makes Bradford University unique for Chevening scholars. Prof PB Anand - Chevening Co-ordinator (Head of PSID/ Faculty of MLSS)
“Chevening Experience- "Application, Award and now as Chevening Scholar" has been a huge asset in the journey of self-exploration and growth in my life. Besides the amazing modules I'm enrolled to, the Chevening network at Bradford teaches me about diversity and culture every single day. This has been the high of my life and I am sure it will be able to create new highs later.” 2018-19 Chevening Scholar
“…I see my award of a Chevening scholarship as a life changing opportunity helping me reach a key mile stone on the journey to my life goal of working to turn my country’s ethnic diversity from being an obstacle to being a contributing factor for economic prosperity and wellbeing for all the citizens and for generations to come.” Chevening Scholar from 2017-18 academic year (who has recently completed an MSc)
"Studying at Bradford gave me an opportunity to immerse myself into a well-structured and diverse program catered to my various interests as a student.” 2017-18 Chevening Scholar