The Centre for Applied Human Rights (CAHR) welcomes inquiries and applications from early or mid-career professionals applying for Chevening Scholarships.
Chevening Scholarships provide one year of fully-funded postgraduate study in the UK. They are awarded to future leaders by British Embassies and High Commissions around the world. More information about eligible countries and the application process is available on the Chevening website.
We have hosted 34 Chevening Scholars in the past five years. They have come from Afghanistan, Argentina, Bangladesh, Egypt, Lebanon, Lesotho, Malaysia, Mexico, Montenegro, Pakistan, Palestine, and Syria.
If you apply for a Chevening Scholarship, we can provide support in several ways:
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Why choose CAHR?
As part of a Chevening application, you will need to choose three different masters programs. So, why choose our MA or LLM programmes?
- Our MA and LLM programmes teach the practice of human rights, including project leadership, planning and evaluation.
- Our students do projects (including 2-week placements) with human rights NGOs in Malaysia (LLM), South Africa (MA), or the UK (MA and LLM) and produce human rights reports, legal briefs, project evaluations, training materials, and other project outputs for those NGOs. In some years, the Chevening has covered expenses for the South Africa and Malaysia field visits.
- Our students exchange lessons learned and best practices with human rights defenders who are on protective fellowships at the Centre.
- Small class sizes (15-20 each on the MA and LLM) mean that students really get to know each other and the staff.
Three Chevening scholars who studied the MA Applied Human Rights and the LLM International Human Rights Law & Practice tell about their experiences of studying at CAHR and give advice to future Chevening scholars.