The duration of the Fellowships is normally for up to three years and taken up at a University in the United Kingdom, Ireland or South Africa, for study in a subject of the student’s choice appropriate to the needs of the beneficial area.
In addition, two awards per beneficial country for a one-year taught Masters degree are offered at the University of Leeds, known as the Beit Chevening Leeds Fellowship and one similar award, known as the Beit Chevening Reading Fellowship, is also offered at the University of Reading.
All applicants except medical doctors must be under 30 years of age on 31 December of the year of application.
Prospective applicants, who must hold a degree of class 2.1, i.e. Merit or Distinction should obtain details of the awards and application requirements from the addresses below.
Only those applicants who state that they will return to work in the relevant country upon completion of the fellowships, and who can, if short-listed, present themselves for interview before a Beit Fellowship Selection Board in Harare, Blantyre or Lusaka towards the middle of December of that year will be considered.
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