Bangor Employability Award for Postgraduate Taught students.
Would you like..
Recognition for your extra and co-curricular activities?
Access to a free online personal development programme?
A transcript of your achievements to show future employers?
The BEA Master is available to all students on postgraduate taught courses; it offers a personal professional development programme and enables you to record your participation in employability-related activities and events that enhance your skills and abilities.
The scheme is flexible, and is designed to complement and fit around your academic commitments.
To register, you must attend one of the following induction sessions.
November 16th, 13:00-14:00, Alun 1:06
For further information, please email email@example.com
This year we will be starting the pilot for a brand new BEA scheme for PhD students – BEA Researcher. We’ll be sharing more details soon, but if you’d like to be involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Drapers Postgraduate Bursary
The University has been awarded a sum of money from The Drapers Society to be allocated as Postgraduate Employability Bursaries of up to £1000. The Drapers Society is a charity that provides support to young people to achieve their full potential. Full time, home (UK), taught postgraduate students under 25 who meet the financial eligibility criteria are invited to apply for funding of up to £1000 to contribute towards relevant costs associated with undertaking an employability enhancing activity such as a work experience placement, internship or relevant training.