15 students from 7 Caribbean countries get Chevening Scholarship to study in the UK

The list of 2021's Chevening Scholarship has been released, 15 candidates from seven different Eastern Caribbean countries got the golden opportunity to study in renowned Universities of the United Kingdom. The scholarship is funded by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office that provides a platform for talented and hard-working international students to study in the UK.  

The list of 2021’s Chevening Scholarship has been released, 15 candidates from seven different Eastern Caribbean countries got the golden opportunity to study in renowned Universities of the United Kingdom. The scholarship is funded by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office that provides a platform for talented and hard-working international students to study in the UK.  

The list includes two candidates from St Vincent and the Grenadines, five from St Lucia, two from Barbados, three from Antigua and Barbuda, and one from St Kitts and Nevis, Grenada, and Dominica, respectively. All candidates have been scholarships for masters’ programmes in the United Kingdom.

The names and courses of beneficiaries are listed below –

  1. Lorielle Robertson (St. Vincent & the Grenadines) will pursue her MSc in Development Economics & Policy. 
  2. Julonna Peterson (St. Vincent & the Grenadines) will pursue MSc in Developmental Disorders. 
  3. Chadel Mathurin (St. Lucia), Chadel wants to pursue an MSc in Global Health and Development. 
  4. Windia Jaunai (St. Lucia), Windia will pursue an MSc in International Marketing. 
  5. Lucius Doxerie (St. Lucia), Doxerie will pursue MSc in Economics & Finance for Development. 
  6. Sherneil Charlery (St. Lucia) will pursue an MSc in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics. 
  7. Yenver Caezar (St. Lucia) will pursue an MSc in Development Studies. 
  8. Michelle Slack (St. Kitts & Nevis) will pursue an LLM in Drafting Legislation, Regulation & Policy. 
  9. Arya Redhead (Grenada) will pursue an LLM in Drafting Legislation, Regulation & Policy. 
  10. Annika Bellot (Dominica) will pursue an LLM in Environmental Law, Policy & Governance. 
  11. Shaquille Newton (Barbados) will pursue an LLM in Drafting Legislation, Regulation & Policy. 
  12.  Chad Monerville (Barbados) will pursue an MSc in Real Estate.
  13. Jeniece St. Romain (Antigua & Barbuda) will pursue an LLM in International Trade Law.
  14. Malaeka Goodwin (Antigua & Barbuda) will pursue an MSc in Forensic Accounting. 
  15. Sharifa George (Antigua & Barbuda) will pursue an MSc in Strategic Marketing. 

These all dedicated and passionate Caribbean scholars have made the whole Caribbean Region proud. All these scholars aspire to transform the world into a better place for everyone. 

About Chevening Scholarship – 

This scholarship programme was initiated in 1983 as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Awards Scheme (FCOAS) and is financed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the British government and its partner organisations. 

In the year 1994, the name of the scheme was modified to Chevening, after Chevening House in Sevenoaks, Kent, which is currently the joint official residence of the British Foreign Secretary and the British Deputy Prime Minister. 

The objective of this scholarship – 

The primary purpose of the scholarship is to build a network of supporters of the United Kingdom, who will become the future leaders in their countries. This programme gives an opportunity for mid-career professionals who are already in positions of leadership and influence to undertake 3-month courses in fields related to the FCO’s policy goals.