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Richardson Brothers Foundation Scholarship

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Applications are now closed.

Applications for 2020 entry are now closed. New application dates coming soon.  Please be sure to check back for updates.

Are you currently studying a Master’s with us? Apply now for the Richardson Brothers Foundation Scholarship.

What is the Richardson Brothers Foundation Scholarship?

The scholarship is provided by The Richardson Brothers Foundation and is available to a CEBE Master’s degree student who is currently enrolled with us for the academic year September 2019/20. This Scholarship is only open to CEBE Masters students attending BCU in year 2019-20 – both new enrolments and returning students on two year Masters. With this scholarship, you could receive up to £5,000 over a period of three years.

Plus, gain the opportunity to undertake a paid 2 week internship with RCL Partners LLP based in Oldbury/London.

The Richardson Brothers Foundation is involved with successful international businesses, with interest in property and non-property enterprises. With their own business roots established in the Black Country, the foundation is passionate about supporting the region by working with Birmingham City University and the University of Wolverhampton in supporting the learning and career of a young person.

Who is eligible for the Building Birmingham Scholarship?

You are eligible to apply for the Richardson Brothers Foundation Bursary if:

  • You are currently studying a full-time or part-time Master’s degree with us in Computing, Engineering or the Built Environment, and are enrolled in the academic year September 2019/20.

How to apply 

Apply using the form below. 

A maximum of four students from each of the universities (Birmingham City University and the University of Wolverhampton) will be invited to present to a panel, for consideration for the award.

If you nominated to present to the judging panel on 12 November.

The 10 minute presentation is entitled, ‘How will your degree contribute to the society you live and work in?’

The judging panel will consist of a representative from Idea Institute, Ken Bate Associates Limited, RCL Partners and two representatives from each university.

The successful recipient is required to keep in touch with the Foundation for three years after receiving the award.

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