Loans and bursaries
Bursary funding has been made available for deserving candidates who are currently prevented from applying due to financial reasons. These will offer financial support of 10–30 per cent of the programme fee, and in some exceptional cases up to 50 per cent of the programme fee, to assist selected applicants. Bursaries are normally awarded to candidates from developing countries, self-funding individuals, those affiliated with a non -governmental organisation or the public sector and occasionally to SMEs. Successful applicants will meet all the programme requirements.
Candidates should apply through the normal route and indicate on the application form their request to be considered for a bursary. On the application form applicants will be asked to submit a one page that describes:
- Why they require a bursary to attend
- How they meet the eligibility requirements for receiving a bursary
- An indication of the amount of support required
- How attendance at the programme will impact them
- Any other compelling reasons why a bursary should be awarded
- How they have pursued all other available funding opportunities
Participants awarded a bursary might be asked to provide evidence that they are able to pay the remaining programme fees. They will also be asked to submit a short testimony for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership website describing their experiences on the course.
Residents of the UK or EU might be eligible for a Government loan scheme for part-time students studying for higher qualifications.
In addition to this we have compiled a list of resources, which might be helpful in identifying potential sources of funding. Generally, funding for part-time study is limited, since the format is considered to be geared towards employee-supported and/or self-funded students.
A discounted rate is available for group applications. Companies may choose to make use of the discount, for example to facilitate the participation of an external partner, or to reduce the cost of sending a cross-functional team.
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