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February 2008

Would a £2500 award help fund the print education of someone you know?

Would a £2500 award help fund the print education of someone you know?

Entries close on March 31 for this year’s BPIF Educational Scholarships.  Twelve Scholarships to the value of £2500 each are available to young people aged 16-30 to help fund their their education and training in pursuit of a career in the UK printing and graphic arts industries.

The Scholarships, now in their fifth year, are sponsored by the British Printing Industries Federation, Unite the Union and the Printers’ Charitable Corporation. Full details and application forms are available from the Scholarships Secretary – Terry Ulrick on 01444 831918 or terryulrick@tucommunications.co.uk

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