University College Birmingham
University College Birmingham


University College Birmingham Location

Central England

University College Birmingham



Central England


Masters Intern Bursary
Scholarship Name Masters Intern Bursary
Academic Year 2023
Nationality Any

University College Birmingham’s Masters Intern Bursaries pay the full value of full-time masters tuition fees at University College Birmingham in return for 400 hours of work during the year of study.

The masters intern bursaries therefore both pay the full cost of full-time Masters Tuition fees and provide an opportunity to list on your CV that you have worked for University College Birmingham.

These bursaries are available to any student who:

  • Has gained a 2:2, 2:1 or 1st Class degree at University College Birmingham within the last year

  • Is enrolling on a full-time master’s degree at University College Birmingham

  • Is a UK or EU national with settled status

These bursaries will normally be allocated to students commencing their programme in September.

You must apply for a Masters Intern Bursary before teaching commences by the end 31st July for the following academic year. Interviews will be held online in mid-August.

Note that International students or EU students that do not have settled status (those paying International Student Fees for their bachelors programme) are not eligible. Such students may instead eligible for International Student Progression Scholarships.

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