The Bank of England, in partnership with Windsor Fellowship, is currently accepting applications for its Scholarship Program, providing financial support to students from Black, Mixed African or Caribbean backgrounds. The program is for students in the United Kingdom who will be starting their undergraduate degree courses in the autumn of 2017.
Founded in 1694, the Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. For over 320 years The Bank of England has been at the heart of the UK economy. The Windsor Fellowship, a charity headquartered in London, works with young people to navigate pathways to educational and career success. The charity designs and delivers personal development and leadership programs to enable talent from diverse communities. To date the Windsor Fellowship has helped over 15,000 young people successfully navigate key milestones along their educational journey.
The Bank of England African-Caribbean Scholarship Program offers successful applicants up to £30,000 to support living costs during an undergraduate degree. In addition, the participants will receive paid internships at the Bank of England as well as mentoring, coaching and support. The deadline to apply to the Scholarship Program is February 26, 2017.
To find out more about the Bank of England and their Early Careers Programs visit bankofenglandearlycareers.co.uk/our-programmes
You can find full details on the Scholarship Program as well as the online application form on the Windsor Fellowship site windsor-fellowship.org
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