Public service bursaries up for grabs

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Future public servants are encouraged to apply for scholarships from the Public Service Bursary Award Scheme.

Up to 14 scholarships will be given to Bermudians pursuing postsecondary academic qualifications in a subject deemed to meet the needs of a Government department.

Bursaries are valued at $10,000 per year, for up to five years.

To qualify, applicants must:

• be Bermudian citizens;

• have completed no less than five years schooling in Bermuda;

• be aged 40 or younger at date of application;

• have been accepted into an institution of higher learning or currently be undertaking courses leading to a professional, specialist or technical qualification required within the public service;

• be in an undergraduate or master’s degree programme;

• be planning a career in the public service upon completion of their education.

The closing date for applications is April 27.

Applications can be downloaded from www.gov.bm/online-services/public-service-bursary-award-scheme

Forms should be sent to: The Bursary Coordinator, Department of Human Resources, 3rd Floor, Ingham and Wilkinson Building, 129 Front Street, Hamilton, HM 12.

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Published Apr 5, 2018 at 2:08 pm (Updated Apr 5, 2018 at 2:08 pm)

Public service bursaries up for grabs

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