The BWCI Group’s undergraduate Bursary Scheme has been specially designed to support local students wishing to study for a degree at university. As well as providing financial support, our bursary students will participate in a structured training programme during their summer vacations, for the duration of their course. The bursary is £1,800 pa and would be payable in three termly instalments of £600 whilst you are at university.
Students studying for degrees in maths or economics, or degrees with some maths content will be given preference.
Yes. One of the conditions of the bursary is that you work for us for at least two months during your summer break. You may be able to work for longer periods. However we are also keen that students also take some real holiday too!
During your paid work experience we aim to provide a structured programme of work so that you get a feel for the work done in our actuarial, pensions administration, trust and accounts teams.
Not unless you want to! Your ideas about your career path may be very different after university so we are not imposing any requirements to come and work for us for a period after you graduate.
No. However, if there were a suitable vacancy when you graduated you could have an edge over other applicants as you would already have some valuable experience.
Yes. You would need:
You need to complete and return a Bursary Application Form (pdf).
15 February 2019.
For further details about the Bursary Scheme please contact Kayley Bostock, HR Administrator.