Scholarships at University College Birmingham
|Masters Intern Bursary|
|Scholarship Name||Masters Intern Bursary|
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:
These bursaries will normally be allocated to students commencing their programme in September.
You must apply for a Masters Intern Bursary before teaching commences but ideally applications should be in by the end of July for the following academic year.
Note that International students (those paying International Student Fees for their bachelors programme) are not eligible. Such students are instead eligible for International Student Progression Scholarships.
MBA and PGCE courses are not included in the Masters Intern Bursary.
How the Intern Bursary works
Students in receipt of the Masters Intern Bursary enjoy the same timetable and tutorial support as all other Masters students. In lieu of paying tuition fees, they undertake work for University College Birmingham to the equivalent of 12 hours minimum a week, term-time but work may be required during semester breaks due to the requirements of the organisation.
This work will be negotiated on an individual basis but may include activities such as: acting as a Student Ambassador, mentoring other students at University College Birmingham, contributing to Student Services Unit activities for other students, assisting in the library, Marketing, Finance department or other support functions.
For the master’s degree study, Masters Interns will be treated in exactly the same way as other Masters students, with support from a named tutor and a normal study timetable.
The line manager will be responsible for negotiating and assigning the duties equivalent to 12 hours minimum per week for each Masters Intern assigned to their department. Duties assigned will depend on each student’s skills, knowledge and aptitude.
The Personnel Unit will also arrange for any training that may be needed in order to prepare a Masters Intern to carry out their duties. In the unlikely event that a student in receipt of a Masters Intern Bursary does not complete the duties expected of them, the full Masters tuition fee will become payable for the academic year.
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