Want to go to uni for free? Check this out... Millennium Point ScholarshipBirmingham City University • Birmingham • 16 days 21 hours • Scholarship Learn
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If you apply for the scholarship and are successful, you could get your course fees paid for three years of study!
Millennium Point Trust is committed to growing STEM talent in the West Midlands and wants to hear from you if you’re going to be the next bridge builder, have plans to break boundaries in film and music or want to develop the next best-selling indie computer game.
What you could get...
If you’re selected as a winner, not only will you get your undergraduate degree from our Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment funded, you will also get the chance to network with key players in your area of interest too.
It’s not only about the winners though... if you make it through to the second round of the scholarship application stage, you’ll get a free skills development workshop and networking opportunities, giving you the skills, confidence and potential connections that will get you started on your career path.
Who can apply?
You can apply for the Scholarship if:
- You are aged 18+
- You currently live in the West Midlands
- You are looking to start an undergraduate degree in September 2020
- You do not currently have an undergraduate or above level qualification
- You are not currently in higher education
*It might help if you have already made a UCAS application with your desired course to Birmingham City University - but this is not essential.
How do you apply?
It’s quick and easy click below and we'll send you and email to get you started - it's that simple.
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