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IELTS, Chevening, and Career Planning

It felt like I was woken up by the Angel of Death. My heart was racing like a frightened rabbit running from its death. I sat on the edge of my bed, with my legs down on the floor as if they were glued, trying to decipher what was wrong with my body physiologically. 528 more words

[My UK Path] Episode 6: What is it like to be a Chevening scholar?

1. Your mother’s maiden name is no secret to your Chevening fellows because theirs “happen” to be identical to yours.
2. You realise that the name “Chevening” is actually pronounced /ˈtʃiːv(ə)nɪŋ/ (Chee-V-Ning), like you match the “ch” in “chat” with “evening”. 186 more words


Excited Me

It’s been a while since I wrote my last entry. I’ve been somewhat busy with work and family lately. 😁😁

Where should I start? The fun bits or the overwhelming bits? 781 more words

The Day of Your Interview. It’s Your Time to Shine!

The big day has come!

I am sure you are nervous. Try to relax and enjoy this experience. Here is a short checklist of things to remember on the day of your interview. 311 more words


Chevening Scholarship: How to Ace Your Interview

Hello beautiful people!

Were you invited to a Chevening interview? Successful applicants who have made it to the round of interviews are usually informed in February, although the dates vary year to year. 305 more words


Chevening Scholarship: Application Process Part II

Hello beautiful people!

In my previous post I gave some general guidance on the application process. Today, I’d like to talk in detail about the following: 314 more words


"I wonder if this war will ever end?"

Lady Eileen Browne (1889-1940) was the eldest daughter of the Marquess of Sligo, an Irish peer. Her brother Ulick (1898-1941) was just 18 and was training as an officer. 173 more words

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