20 January 2020
Congratulations to Michael Bromley on receiving the Postgraduate Bursary
Congratulations to Michael Bromley on receiving the Postgraduate Bursary.
Individuals looking to undertake the BPIF MSc in Management can apply to have a significant amount of their fees paid, thanks to a £6000 Bursary from The Stationers' Foundation, funded by The Printing Charity.
The Foundation, which forms the charitable arm of The Stationers' Company, offer the Postgraduate Bursary Scheme to either a single student or to be shared between several students for whom funding would be a barrier.
Matt Bromley, said of his achievement, "It is an honour to be selected for a Postgraduate Bursary by The Stationers' Foundation. It has been a long term ambition of mine to obtain a Masters, and it would not have been possible to undergo this course so soon without their assistance.
"The application process involved a lot of self-reflection and a comprehensive but enjoyable interview with the Stationers' Trustees and Managing Director of Training at the BPIF.
"It is my belief that the MSc in Management course will underpin my career in print and I am looking forward to starting."
The MSc, run in partnership with the Management Development Centre (MDC), is aimed at those in print with at least 5 years' experience in a management role, or with full membership of a professional institute wanting to take their leadership skills to the next level. As the natural next step after undertaking the BPIF Level 5 Leadership and Management Course, it usually costs £6340 + VAT to complete.
The course, which can be completed in as little as twelve months, if students are full members of a professional institute, is a fast-track top up Masters designed to provide minimal disruption to the working week. Alongside a dissertation and two residential weekends a year, students are supported through the MDC's online support group.
For more information on the Bursary please click here.
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