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British High Commissioner to Pakistan Jane Marriott welcomes back Chevening and Commonwealth scholars


British High Commissioner to Pakistan Jane Marriott welcomes back Chevening and Commonwealth scholars. 

 Having completed their postgraduate studies in the UK, the 2022-2023 of 47 Chevening Scholars and 46 Commonwealth Scholars have had the opportunity to renew and maintain relationships that will Stick with them for the rest of your life. 

 The 2022-23 cohort comes from across Pakistan, with all provinces represented. 

 All scholars benefit from fully-funded scholarships to study a range of subjects, including development, public health, climate change and business, at leading universities Top ones include Oxford University  and the London School of Economics. 

 They will now join a group of distinguished alumni from a variety of fields.These include the first female judge of the Gilgit-Baltistan High Court, Amna Zamir Shah, prominent disability activist Abia Akram, and the first female lawyer of the Hazara minority, Jalila Haider. 

 British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Jane Marriott CMG OBE, said: 

 "Our Chevening and Commonwealth Scholarships stand at the pinnacle of UK education provision for Pakistanis. These students These returning audiences not only receive an education from the world's best universities, they also expand their professional networks and experience life in the UK. They take it with them as a return to their respective careers and fields." 

 Aurangzeb Kasi, a scholar from Balochistan, said: 

 “Chevening was a transformative experience that enriched me both academically and literary chemistry.I look forward to using the global perspective I have gained to create positive change in my community. , applications for Commonwealth Scholarships will  open in September 2024. To find out more, visit the CSC website. Applications for Chevening Scholarships will open in August 2024. Interested applicants can sign up to receive notifications by visiting www.chevening.org.
THE PAKISTAN TIMES

British High Commissioner to Pakistan Jane Marriott welcomes back Chevening and Commonwealth scholars.

Having completed their postgraduate studies in the UK, the 2022-2023 class of 47 Chevening Scholars and 46 Commonwealth Scholars have had the opportunity to renew and maintain relationships that will Stick with them for the rest of your life.

The 2022-23 cohort comes from across Pakistan, with all provinces represented.

All scholars benefit from fully-funded scholarships to study a range of subjects, including development, public health, climate change and business, at leading universities Top ones include Oxford University and the London School of Economics.

They will now join a group of distinguished alumni from a variety of fields.These include the first female judge of the Gilgit-Baltistan High Court, Amna Zamir Shah, prominent disability activist Abia Akram, and the first female lawyer of the Hazara minority, Jalila Haider.

British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Jane Marriott CMG OBE, said:

“Our Chevening and Commonwealth Scholarships stand at the pinnacle of UK education provision for Pakistanis. These students These returning audiences not only receive an education from the world’s best universities, they also expand their professional networks and experience life in the UK. They take it with them as a return to their respective careers and fields.”

Aurangzeb Kasi, a scholar from Balochistan, said:

“Chevening was a transformative experience that enriched me both academically and literary chemistry.I look forward to using the global perspective I have gained to create positive change in my community. , applications for Commonwealth Scholarships will open in September 2024. To find out more, visit the CSC website. Applications for Chevening Scholarships will open in August 2024. Interested applicants can sign up to receive notifications by visiting www.chevening.org.

 

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