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University welcomes Chevening Scholars

Published: Tue 25 Nov 2014
University welcomes Chevening Scholars

Over the years a number of Chevening scholars and fellows have chosen Bradford as their university of choice. This year, the University of Bradford is home to four Chevening scholars - Tony Ku from Timor Leste and studying for an MSc in forensic archaeology, Su Su Htay from Myanmar studying for an MA in peace, conflict and development; Thanit Leerahateerapong from Thailand studying for an MA in conflict resolution and Liu Chen from China studying for an MSc in economics and finance for development.

Chevening scholarships are awarded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and tend to be very competitive with several rounds of shortlisting and elimination. On behalf of all academic and administrative staff at the University of Bradford, Dr PB Anand welcomed the scholars to Bradford. Prof Donna Lee, Dean of the Faculty of Social and International Studies in her message said "We have an outstanding set of programmes here at Bradford and we hope that these scholars have a fantastic time at Bradford."

For more information about Chevening Scholarships click here.

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