A post from TARGETcourses.
For many people considering a postgraduate course, how to fund it is the main cause for concern. It can even be a deterrent. It’s a case of finding funding, applying, and waiting, (potentially lots of waiting), often only to find that you have been unsuccessful and have to repeat the process.
Prospective students are tormented by questions like: where do I find postgraduate funding? Will it be enough? Am I eligible?
And even though there are lots of options available – studentships, bursaries, grants and loans, and employers may also help fund a postgraduate course for those in employment – demand continues to exceed supply.
More help is on its way. At TARGETcourses we are giving away five £2,000 bursaries. These are open to ALL prospective students, and will help pay fees for a postgraduate course at a UK university in 2013/14.
The application process consists of three questions, to be answered in no more than a total of 1,000 words.
- How will postgraduate study contribute to your career goals?
- How will your postgraduate experience and qualification benefit the community, the economy or indeed any other person or group?
- Apart from academic knowledge, what else do you expect to learn from postgraduate study?
The closing date for applications is 30 June 2013. Enter here: http://targetcourses.co.uk/bursary-competition