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Are you a final year undergraduate student thinking of studying for a Master’s degree? If you continue your studies with BCU, you could be eligible for an Achievement Scholarship of up to £3,000.
What is an Achievement Scholarship?
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 aimed at encouraging you to fulfil your postgraduate potential by continuing your academic career at BCU.
You must continue on with your postgraduate programme straight after graduation, usually within 12 months.
Graduate in January 2019: Enrol by January/February 2020
Graduate in July 2019: Enrol by January/February 2020
Graduate in January 2020: Enrol by January/February 2021
Graduate in July 2020: Enrol by January/February 2021
Unfortunately, it is not possible to defer entry to a course and carry over the scholarship to another year. We allocate funding each year and need to ensure we have funds for next year’s high-achieving graduates too.
How much is the Achievement Scholarship?
- £3,000 Scholarship awarded to students with a first class honours degree.
- £2,000 Scholarship awarded to students with a second class honours degree (2:1 or 2:2)
If you are studying or interested in a Health course, the information on this page may not be relevant, and you may wish to visit our funding information for NHS students.