Central England Co-operative Scholarship
Are you a female computing student currently studying in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment? If so, you could be eligible to apply for a scholarship fund of up to £3000 with the Central England Co-operative Ltd.
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
Applications for 2019 entry are now closed. New application dates coming soon. Please be sure to check back for updates.
What is the Central England Co-operative Ltd scholarship?
The main scholarship prize is a huge £3000. Three runners up also have the chance of winning a £1000 bursary too.
This scholarship has been designed to encourage and support current female students, in the study of a computing related degree, at Birmingham City University, within the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.
If you wish to apply for the scholarship, you’ll need to demonstrate a commitment to and a success in computer programming through your current studies. You’ll be asked to do this in the following two ways:
- You’ll need to submit a documents with up to 200 words, titled: “Why the world needs women programmers.”
- Up to 300 words of explanation as to why you should receive this bursary.
Your application will be judged by a panel comprising members of the University and the sponsoring company, the Central England Co-operative Ltd.
How to apply
Send you application here Julie.Deere@bcu.ac.uk
Who is eligible for the Central England Co-operative Ltd scholarship?
You are eligible to apply for the scholarship if:
- You are currently studying a full-time or part-time Computing related degree, at Birmingham City University, within the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.
- You are a female student.
- You are aged 18+