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England: Bank of England graduate sponsorships

THE BANK of England is offering postgraduate internships and sponsorships to students who are interested in postgraduate study in economics and/or finance before joining the Bank.

THE BANK of England is offering postgraduate internships and sponsorships to students who are interested in postgraduate study in economics and/or finance before joining the Bank.

Students who are successful during the selection process will be offered full sponsorship of their MSc/MPhil fees (or one year of a two-year course) and a six to eight-week internship during the summer after graduation for which they will be paid Ł85 (Sk4,100) a day.

Job offers to join the Bank will be made to outstanding performers at the end of the summer, accompanied by a payment of Ł11,250 for living expenses. This is subject to a number of conditions that will be detailed when a sponsorship offer is made. The award is applicable to all UK and EU nationals.

Deadline for applications: September to December of the final year of their first degree.

For more information see http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/


Source: British Council

Topic: Spectator College


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