Birmingham offering £3,000 Achievement Scholarship
1 April 2019
If you are a final year undergraduate student planning on staying on at Birmingham City University to study for a Master’s, you could be eligible for an Achievement Scholarship of up to £3,000.
The BCU Achievement Scholarship is available to all final year students who achieve a first or second class degree at undergraduate level and who wish to continue studying at Master’s level. It is a brand new scholarship, aimed at encouraging you to fulfil your postgraduate potential by continuing your academic career at BCU.
Full and part-time EU and international students are eligible to apply and the scholarship is worth £3,000 to students with a first class honours degree and £2,000 to students with a second class honours degree.
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