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Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship

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Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship

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October 19, 2020
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Fully Funded

Description

Description

The Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship is aimed at mid-career professionals with demonstrable leadership potential in the field of cyber security or cyber policy in India.

The fellowship is funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office.

The fellowship is hosted by Cranfield University, at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus).

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for a Chevening Cyber Security Fellowship, you must:

  • Be a citizen of India and currently live in the country.
  • Return to your country of citizenship at the end of the period of the fellowship.
  • Not hold British or dual-British citizenship.
  • Have at least seven years’ relevant work experience prior to applying.
  • Have a postgraduate level qualification and an excellent academic background in science, engineering, or technology, or equivalent professional training, or experience in a relevant area at the time of application.
  • Have significant relevant work experience in cyber security or cyber policy issues. Relevant experience could come from policy organisations, academia, corporate law, law enforcement, or journalism.
  • Have an excellent academic background in science, engineering or technology, or considerable experience of working in such fields and good working knowledge of English to be assessed by a qualified English language assessor.
  • Have a demonstrable record of leadership and/or innovation.
  • Agree to adhere to all relevant guidelines and expectations of the fellowship.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Full programme fees.
  • Living expenses for the duration of the fellowship.
  • Return economy airfare from India to the UK.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus)
Program Country
UK

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

India

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
India

Application Process

Application Process

To apply click here

 

Fellowships Central Timeline:

 

  • 3 SEPTEMBER 2020 – Application open at 12:00 GMT
  • 3 NOVEMBER 2020 – Applications close at 12:00 GMT
  • 4 NOVEMBER 2020 – APPLICATIONS ARE SIFTED AGAINST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA.
  • MID-NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2020 -Reading committee assessments
  • EARLY TO MID-FEBRUARY 2021 – APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS
  • 22 FEBRUARY 2021 – REFERENCES AND EDUCATION DOCUMENTS DEADLINE. The deadline to submit two references and education documents is 12:00 GMT (midday).
  • 1 MARCH TO 30 APRIL 2021 – Interviews take place
  • FROM EARLY JUNE 2021 – RESULTS
  • 15 JULY 2021 – The deadline to receive and submit at least one unconditional UK university offer is 17:00 BST on 15 July 2021.
  • SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2021 – STUDIES BEGIN IN THE UK

 

 

Fellowships Placement Timeline:

 

If you are applying for one of the following Chevening Fellowships, you should refer to the Fellowships central timeline for information about the selection process: Chevening British Library Fellowship; Chevening CLORE Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Abdullah Gül Fellowship

Applications close.
Sifting of applications against eligibility criteria, and independent reading committees assess applications (2-3 weeks).
Applications are shortlisted by the British embassies/high commissions in country (2-3 weeks).
Applicants are notified that they have been selected for interview. All applicants must submit reference letters before their interview. Interview notification times may vary, but where possible applicants will be given 2-3 weeks’ notice for interviews.
Interview period and announcement of results.
Receive conditional award letter (CAL) from Chevening Secretariat (issued within two weeks of conditional section).
Complete and return all CAL forms by the deadline (two weeks from receipt of the CAL):
1. Acceptance form and acknowledgment of Chevening Fellowships terms and conditions
2. Client Care Letter
3. Medical form
4. Copy of the photo page of your passport
Chevening Secretariat to prepare the final award letter (FAL).
FAL sent to you via post/mail from the British Embassy/High Commission in your country (within two weeks of the CAL deadline).
Pre-departure advice emailed by the Chevening Secretariat, including:
1. Tailored visa and immigration advice
2. Travel booking details
3. Accommodation advice
4. Allowances & payment advice
5. Request for your biography (within one week of the issue of the FAL)
Apply for your visa as per the tailored advice issued by the Chevening Secretariat.
Book your travel to the UK after receipt of your visa.
Attend your pre-departure briefing delivered your British embassy/high commission.
Arrive into the UK to commence your fellowship.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Course/programme structure

This ten-week fellowship provides fellows with an understanding of policy and legislative approaches in cyber security and its implications for national security, commercial opportunity, crime prevention, and the right to privacy.

The fellowship will focus on:

  • Cyber threats, including: the threat landscape, threat and risk assessment, the implications for national security, and the relevance of internet governance structures; and the protection of critical national infrastructure.
  • The economics of online business, cyber-security consumer awareness and consumer protection, technology adoption challenges, the relevance of open source, and effective technology adoption by consumers.
  • Cyber-crime and internet law, including the economic impact of cyber-crime, domestic and international approaches to countering cyber-crime, internet law, law enforcement concerns, privacy concerns, the use and abuse of social media, and accountability in cyberspace.
  • Relevant issues and challenges particular to the UK and India.

Alumni from this fellowship include individuals working in cyber security, law enforcement, policy organisations, corporate lawyers and practicing advocates, and technology journalists.

This fellowship programme will commence in March 2021.

Fully Funded

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Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship

Deadline
October 19, 2020
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Description

Description

The Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship is aimed at mid-career professionals with demonstrable leadership potential in the field of cyber security or cyber policy in India.

The fellowship is funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office.

The fellowship is hosted by Cranfield University, at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus).

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for a Chevening Cyber Security Fellowship, you must:

  • Be a citizen of India and currently live in the country.
  • Return to your country of citizenship at the end of the period of the fellowship.
  • Not hold British or dual-British citizenship.
  • Have at least seven years’ relevant work experience prior to applying.
  • Have a postgraduate level qualification and an excellent academic background in science, engineering, or technology, or equivalent professional training, or experience in a relevant area at the time of application.
  • Have significant relevant work experience in cyber security or cyber policy issues. Relevant experience could come from policy organisations, academia, corporate law, law enforcement, or journalism.
  • Have an excellent academic background in science, engineering or technology, or considerable experience of working in such fields and good working knowledge of English to be assessed by a qualified English language assessor.
  • Have a demonstrable record of leadership and/or innovation.
  • Agree to adhere to all relevant guidelines and expectations of the fellowship.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Full programme fees.
  • Living expenses for the duration of the fellowship.
  • Return economy airfare from India to the UK.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus)

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

India

Application Process

Application Process

To apply click here

 

Fellowships Central Timeline:

 

  • 3 SEPTEMBER 2020 – Application open at 12:00 GMT
  • 3 NOVEMBER 2020 – Applications close at 12:00 GMT
  • 4 NOVEMBER 2020 – APPLICATIONS ARE SIFTED AGAINST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA.
  • MID-NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2020 -Reading committee assessments
  • EARLY TO MID-FEBRUARY 2021 – APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS
  • 22 FEBRUARY 2021 – REFERENCES AND EDUCATION DOCUMENTS DEADLINE. The deadline to submit two references and education documents is 12:00 GMT (midday).
  • 1 MARCH TO 30 APRIL 2021 – Interviews take place
  • FROM EARLY JUNE 2021 – RESULTS
  • 15 JULY 2021 – The deadline to receive and submit at least one unconditional UK university offer is 17:00 BST on 15 July 2021.
  • SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2021 – STUDIES BEGIN IN THE UK

 

 

Fellowships Placement Timeline:

 

If you are applying for one of the following Chevening Fellowships, you should refer to the Fellowships central timeline for information about the selection process: Chevening British Library Fellowship; Chevening CLORE Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Abdullah Gül Fellowship

Applications close.
Sifting of applications against eligibility criteria, and independent reading committees assess applications (2-3 weeks).
Applications are shortlisted by the British embassies/high commissions in country (2-3 weeks).
Applicants are notified that they have been selected for interview. All applicants must submit reference letters before their interview. Interview notification times may vary, but where possible applicants will be given 2-3 weeks’ notice for interviews.
Interview period and announcement of results.
Receive conditional award letter (CAL) from Chevening Secretariat (issued within two weeks of conditional section).
Complete and return all CAL forms by the deadline (two weeks from receipt of the CAL):
1. Acceptance form and acknowledgment of Chevening Fellowships terms and conditions
2. Client Care Letter
3. Medical form
4. Copy of the photo page of your passport
Chevening Secretariat to prepare the final award letter (FAL).
FAL sent to you via post/mail from the British Embassy/High Commission in your country (within two weeks of the CAL deadline).
Pre-departure advice emailed by the Chevening Secretariat, including:
1. Tailored visa and immigration advice
2. Travel booking details
3. Accommodation advice
4. Allowances & payment advice
5. Request for your biography (within one week of the issue of the FAL)
Apply for your visa as per the tailored advice issued by the Chevening Secretariat.
Book your travel to the UK after receipt of your visa.
Attend your pre-departure briefing delivered your British embassy/high commission.
Arrive into the UK to commence your fellowship.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Course/programme structure

This ten-week fellowship provides fellows with an understanding of policy and legislative approaches in cyber security and its implications for national security, commercial opportunity, crime prevention, and the right to privacy.

The fellowship will focus on:

  • Cyber threats, including: the threat landscape, threat and risk assessment, the implications for national security, and the relevance of internet governance structures; and the protection of critical national infrastructure.
  • The economics of online business, cyber-security consumer awareness and consumer protection, technology adoption challenges, the relevance of open source, and effective technology adoption by consumers.
  • Cyber-crime and internet law, including the economic impact of cyber-crime, domestic and international approaches to countering cyber-crime, internet law, law enforcement concerns, privacy concerns, the use and abuse of social media, and accountability in cyberspace.
  • Relevant issues and challenges particular to the UK and India.

Alumni from this fellowship include individuals working in cyber security, law enforcement, policy organisations, corporate lawyers and practicing advocates, and technology journalists.

This fellowship programme will commence in March 2021.

Fully Funded

Time Left
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Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes

Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship

Deadline
October 19, 2020
india-cyber

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Select Type

Description

Description

The Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship is aimed at mid-career professionals with demonstrable leadership potential in the field of cyber security or cyber policy in India.

The fellowship is funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office.

The fellowship is hosted by Cranfield University, at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus).

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

To be eligible for a Chevening Cyber Security Fellowship, you must:

  • Be a citizen of India and currently live in the country.
  • Return to your country of citizenship at the end of the period of the fellowship.
  • Not hold British or dual-British citizenship.
  • Have at least seven years’ relevant work experience prior to applying.
  • Have a postgraduate level qualification and an excellent academic background in science, engineering, or technology, or equivalent professional training, or experience in a relevant area at the time of application.
  • Have significant relevant work experience in cyber security or cyber policy issues. Relevant experience could come from policy organisations, academia, corporate law, law enforcement, or journalism.
  • Have an excellent academic background in science, engineering or technology, or considerable experience of working in such fields and good working knowledge of English to be assessed by a qualified English language assessor.
  • Have a demonstrable record of leadership and/or innovation.
  • Agree to adhere to all relevant guidelines and expectations of the fellowship.

Benefits

Benefits
  • Full programme fees.
  • Living expenses for the duration of the fellowship.
  • Return economy airfare from India to the UK.

Program Venue

Program Venue
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus)

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

India

Application Process

Application Process

To apply click here

 

Fellowships Central Timeline:

 

  • 3 SEPTEMBER 2020 – Application open at 12:00 GMT
  • 3 NOVEMBER 2020 – Applications close at 12:00 GMT
  • 4 NOVEMBER 2020 – APPLICATIONS ARE SIFTED AGAINST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA.
  • MID-NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2020 -Reading committee assessments
  • EARLY TO MID-FEBRUARY 2021 – APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS
  • 22 FEBRUARY 2021 – REFERENCES AND EDUCATION DOCUMENTS DEADLINE. The deadline to submit two references and education documents is 12:00 GMT (midday).
  • 1 MARCH TO 30 APRIL 2021 – Interviews take place
  • FROM EARLY JUNE 2021 – RESULTS
  • 15 JULY 2021 – The deadline to receive and submit at least one unconditional UK university offer is 17:00 BST on 15 July 2021.
  • SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2021 – STUDIES BEGIN IN THE UK

 

 

Fellowships Placement Timeline:

 

If you are applying for one of the following Chevening Fellowships, you should refer to the Fellowships central timeline for information about the selection process: Chevening British Library Fellowship; Chevening CLORE Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Abdullah Gül Fellowship

Applications close.
Sifting of applications against eligibility criteria, and independent reading committees assess applications (2-3 weeks).
Applications are shortlisted by the British embassies/high commissions in country (2-3 weeks).
Applicants are notified that they have been selected for interview. All applicants must submit reference letters before their interview. Interview notification times may vary, but where possible applicants will be given 2-3 weeks’ notice for interviews.
Interview period and announcement of results.
Receive conditional award letter (CAL) from Chevening Secretariat (issued within two weeks of conditional section).
Complete and return all CAL forms by the deadline (two weeks from receipt of the CAL):
1. Acceptance form and acknowledgment of Chevening Fellowships terms and conditions
2. Client Care Letter
3. Medical form
4. Copy of the photo page of your passport
Chevening Secretariat to prepare the final award letter (FAL).
FAL sent to you via post/mail from the British Embassy/High Commission in your country (within two weeks of the CAL deadline).
Pre-departure advice emailed by the Chevening Secretariat, including:
1. Tailored visa and immigration advice
2. Travel booking details
3. Accommodation advice
4. Allowances & payment advice
5. Request for your biography (within one week of the issue of the FAL)
Apply for your visa as per the tailored advice issued by the Chevening Secretariat.
Book your travel to the UK after receipt of your visa.
Attend your pre-departure briefing delivered your British embassy/high commission.
Arrive into the UK to commence your fellowship.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Course/programme structure

This ten-week fellowship provides fellows with an understanding of policy and legislative approaches in cyber security and its implications for national security, commercial opportunity, crime prevention, and the right to privacy.

The fellowship will focus on:

  • Cyber threats, including: the threat landscape, threat and risk assessment, the implications for national security, and the relevance of internet governance structures; and the protection of critical national infrastructure.
  • The economics of online business, cyber-security consumer awareness and consumer protection, technology adoption challenges, the relevance of open source, and effective technology adoption by consumers.
  • Cyber-crime and internet law, including the economic impact of cyber-crime, domestic and international approaches to countering cyber-crime, internet law, law enforcement concerns, privacy concerns, the use and abuse of social media, and accountability in cyberspace.
  • Relevant issues and challenges particular to the UK and India.

Alumni from this fellowship include individuals working in cyber security, law enforcement, policy organisations, corporate lawyers and practicing advocates, and technology journalists.

This fellowship programme will commence in March 2021.

Fully Funded

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Description

The Chevening India Cyber Security Fellowship is aimed at mid-career professionals with demonstrable leadership potential in the field of cyber security or cyber policy in India.

The fellowship is funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office.

The fellowship is hosted by Cranfield University, at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus).

BENIFITS

  • Full programme fees.
  • Living expenses for the duration of the fellowship.
  • Return economy airfare from India to the UK.

Eligibilities

To be eligible for a Chevening Cyber Security Fellowship, you must:

  • Be a citizen of India and currently live in the country.
  • Return to your country of citizenship at the end of the period of the fellowship.
  • Not hold British or dual-British citizenship.
  • Have at least seven years’ relevant work experience prior to applying.
  • Have a postgraduate level qualification and an excellent academic background in science, engineering, or technology, or equivalent professional training, or experience in a relevant area at the time of application.
  • Have significant relevant work experience in cyber security or cyber policy issues. Relevant experience could come from policy organisations, academia, corporate law, law enforcement, or journalism.
  • Have an excellent academic background in science, engineering or technology, or considerable experience of working in such fields and good working knowledge of English to be assessed by a qualified English language assessor.
  • Have a demonstrable record of leadership and/or innovation.
  • Agree to adhere to all relevant guidelines and expectations of the fellowship.

For Further Queries:

https://www.chevening.org/about/contact-us/

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in Defence Academy of the United Kingdom (Shrivenham Campus).

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply click here

 

Fellowships Central Timeline:

 

  • 3 SEPTEMBER 2020 – Application open at 12:00 GMT
  • 3 NOVEMBER 2020 – Applications close at 12:00 GMT
  • 4 NOVEMBER 2020 – APPLICATIONS ARE SIFTED AGAINST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA.
  • MID-NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER 2020 -Reading committee assessments
  • EARLY TO MID-FEBRUARY 2021 – APPLICANTS SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS
  • 22 FEBRUARY 2021 – REFERENCES AND EDUCATION DOCUMENTS DEADLINE. The deadline to submit two references and education documents is 12:00 GMT (midday).
  • 1 MARCH TO 30 APRIL 2021 – Interviews take place
  • FROM EARLY JUNE 2021 – RESULTS
  • 15 JULY 2021 – The deadline to receive and submit at least one unconditional UK university offer is 17:00 BST on 15 July 2021.
  • SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2021 – STUDIES BEGIN IN THE UK

 

 

Fellowships Placement Timeline:

 

If you are applying for one of the following Chevening Fellowships, you should refer to the Fellowships central timeline for information about the selection process: Chevening British Library Fellowship; Chevening CLORE Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Fellowship; Chevening OCIS Abdullah Gül Fellowship

Applications close.
Sifting of applications against eligibility criteria, and independent reading committees assess applications (2-3 weeks).
Applications are shortlisted by the British embassies/high commissions in country (2-3 weeks).
Applicants are notified that they have been selected for interview. All applicants must submit reference letters before their interview. Interview notification times may vary, but where possible applicants will be given 2-3 weeks’ notice for interviews.
Interview period and announcement of results.
Receive conditional award letter (CAL) from Chevening Secretariat (issued within two weeks of conditional section).
Complete and return all CAL forms by the deadline (two weeks from receipt of the CAL):
1. Acceptance form and acknowledgment of Chevening Fellowships terms and conditions
2. Client Care Letter
3. Medical form
4. Copy of the photo page of your passport
Chevening Secretariat to prepare the final award letter (FAL).
FAL sent to you via post/mail from the British Embassy/High Commission in your country (within two weeks of the CAL deadline).
Pre-departure advice emailed by the Chevening Secretariat, including:
1. Tailored visa and immigration advice
2. Travel booking details
3. Accommodation advice
4. Allowances & payment advice
5. Request for your biography (within one week of the issue of the FAL)
Apply for your visa as per the tailored advice issued by the Chevening Secretariat.
Book your travel to the UK after receipt of your visa.
Attend your pre-departure briefing delivered your British embassy/high commission.
Arrive into the UK to commence your fellowship.
Applications will be closed at:
October 19, 2020
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October 19, 2020
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