The University has secured funding for students to benefit from studying and working abroad during the 2022/23 academic year, as part of the government's Turing Scheme.
BCU's funding award through the scheme this year is up 37% compared with last year's award.
The funding is recognition of the University’s ambition to support students studying and working abroad, and evidence of the importance BCU places on broadening student horizons and enabling their aspirations to be met.
The Turing Scheme is the UK’s global programme for studying and working abroad, and offers students once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for personal and professional development.
Turing gives students the opportunity to develop new skills, gain vital international experience and boost their employability, as well as developing a wide range of soft skills, language skills and a better understanding of other cultures.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Peter Francis said:
For additional information on the scheme, please visit the Turing Scheme website.
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