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Applications now open for the School of Business and Law placement scholarships

Are you finding it difficult to fund a year-long placement in industry? Maybe you think a placement isn’t the right option for you due to financial barriers?

A year’s placement in industry helps our students to graduate with confidence, experience and contacts. Importantly, it demonstrates employability skills and readiness for work. Placements also give you the opportunity to see what life is really like in industry.

Our School of Business and Law placement scholarship could provide you with additional funding to support your placement year.

There are five £2,000 scholarships available this year.

You could use the scholarship to buy new clothes, travel to and from interviews/placement, or to support any relocation costs.


You must be enrolled and studying an undergraduate course at the School of Business and Law. Please view the terms and conditions on Sharepoint before applying.

How to apply

Apply via the online application form.

You might want to discuss your application and answers to the questions with your course leader, Student Support and Guidance Tutor, or Personal Academic Tutor before submitting your application. Please take time to answer every question in full.

All applications will be reviewed anonymously by a university panel of academic and support staff.

Application closing date

This is a rolling programme, with applications reviewed each month. The application form will close to new applications on 31 May 2024. Applications received after this date cannot be considered.

Any application that is not fully completed will not be reviewed by the panel.

All applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application within one month of applying.

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Zoe Cassell • February 1, 2024

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