Up to £2,000
The University of Winchester is committed to support students who are from minority ethnic groups to successfully study on our Education and Health and Wellbeing degree programmes. We recognise the value that members of our global majority bring to our professional degree programs in Education and Health and Wellbeing, both in the classroom and as they enter their professions.
If you are domiciled in the UK and are from a minority ethnic group background, we are offering up to 20 undergraduate (first degree) students £500 per year of your studies and £500 when you graduate. You will also receive academic life coaching and have access to specialist mentoring to support your academic studies, placements and career progression. Scholars will also be able to access support from the Winchester Employability Fund.
We are also offering up to five PGCE students who are training to become a teacher, who are also domiciled in the UK and are from minority ethnic group backgrounds £1,000 and will receive access to specialist mentoring to support academic studies, placements and career progression and the Winchester Employability Fund.
Scholarship places will be allocated to new entrants who meet and maintain a series of eligibility criteria, including academic achievement of at least BBB+ or above at A level (or equivalent) and achieve an average mark of at least 60% at the end of each year of study.
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