Imagine yourself receiving a fully funded scholarship at your fave UK university that offers you a chance to achieve your academic goals and gives you the chance to develop yourself professionally or network extensively?
Guess what? Chevening is bringing you a chance to realise that dream and more with their global scholarship award program!
Want to know more?
We are inviting you for a Webinar with Jibike Faborode, Program Officer at Chevening Awards, who will be dishing out tips on how to apply for a scholarship with Chevening on Tuesday, 23rd October.
This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss ’cause you sure won’t find any of Jibike’s tips on Google! Yes, we went there…
Some of the topics we’ll cover
- What you need to know about the application process
- Do’s and dont’s for writing a quality application
- Preparing yourself for a successful interview process
- Scholarship troubleshooting
Register below to access this opportunity and submit questions that you would like Jibike to answer.
Date: Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018
Time: 4pm Lagos // 5pm Joburg // 6pm Nairobi
Location: We’ll send you the link to watch once you register
Watch the webinar here:
Jibike is a project management and strategic engagement professional, with over 4 years of experience working in the public diplomacy and international development space. She currently serves as the country programme officer for Chevening in Nigeria and also as Co-Chair of Her Majesty’s Government Women’s Network in Abuja.
Chevening Awards is the UK government’s flagship global leadership programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations.
Young leaders are awarded merit-based scholarships and fellowships to study at any UK University of their choice, after which they are required to return to Nigeria to assist in the further development of their home country.
The alumni network is structured to maintain lasting positive relationships with the UK and help to advance foreign policy objectives.
Approximately 38 – 53 Nigerians and about 300 Africans are awarded are awarded annually. The Prime Minister recently announced an additional 100 awards for African leaders, starting in the 2019/20 cycle. Chevening in Nigeria aims to grow the representation of women on the programme from 39% to 50%, hence women leaders are strongly encouraged to apply.