Applications

We are accepting applications for the 2016-2017 Programme.  We look for enthusiastic open-minded team players from all walks of life with passion for sustainability. We welcome applications from people who have an honours degree in the arts, sciences or humanities; however we will consider applicants without a degree who have equivalent work-based experience.  If you would like to apply then please follow the guidance notes below, and download the application form.  Alternatively, if you would like to know more about the course and speak to the people involved then email the Programme Leader Christianne Wakeham on c.wakeham@worc.ac.uk

Fees

We expect fees for the Programme to be circa £6,120 for students in the European Union and c. £13,000 for international students. The part-time option will be c. £710 per module. There are post-graduate certificate, diploma and single module options available as well.

How to apply

  1. Download and complete the application form
    and attach a passport size photo to the top right hand corner
  2. Print a copy of your latest CV
  3. Photocopy your relevant certificates

Collect all of these items and send them to:

Christianne Wakeham
M.A. Programme Leader
The Bulmer Foundation
21 Ryelands Street
Hereford
HR4 0LW

Funding

A limited number of bursaries are available to qualifying students and students might also be eligible for a career development loan of up to £10,000, which is interest free for the duration of your studies (https://www.gov.uk/career-development-loans/overview).

The Chevening programme awards grants to scholars who wish to study a one-year post-graduate Master's course in any discipline at any UK university.  The awarding panel are particularly interesting in granting awards to talented individuals who demonstrate the potential to become future leaders, decision-makers and opinion-formers.

For more information about Chevening Scholarships, please go to: www.chevening.org.

More information about potential funding via your employer is available from www.prospects.ac.uk.

You may find the following website useful when researching funding for a Masters Degree.