Opportunities & Grants

Opportunities

What it means to be an Amos Bursary student

The Amos Bursary is growing and will be introducing young women onto the programme from 2021 . Applications for young men and women open on the 17th November 2020.

Amos Bursary students are an expanding group of young British people of African and Caribbean descent. They are high performers provided with the expertise required to take leading roles in a 21st century society and become role models.

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Medical Research Council (MRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) studentships and Enterprise DTP iCASE studentships

Imperial College London is delighted to offer up to ten Medical Research Council (MRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) studentships and seven Enterprise DTP iCASE studentships to commence in October 2021.

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African-Caribbean Scholarship

We’re looking for students from a Black, Mixed African or Caribbean background that will join us on an Early Careers Internship in 2021. If you have applied for the our First Year, Penultimate Year or Postgraduate Internship, you can also apply for our African-Caribbean Scholarship. If you successfully receive a job offer for the internship, you will also to have the opportunity to receive a minimum of £5,000 to contribute towards your living costs in your 2021/22 year of study.

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Deutsche Bank RISE Insight Program

Designed to excite and inspire first-year black students, this three-day spring insight programme will open up a world of possibilities for a career in banking. You’ll build your confidence and skills as you learn from and share perspectives with some of the brightest minds in the business

On day one, you’ll gain insight into life at Deutsche Bank with an introduction to our business, what we do for our clients, and our role in society, and get to meet the people who make it all happen. Day two is about building your confidence and skills by coaching, mentoring and empowering you to kick-start your future in banking. And if you impress our Insight team, you might even secure a place on our 2022 Summer Internship.

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Deutsche Bank GROW Insight Program

This three-day spring insight programme has been developed to help first year students who identify as female discover where a career in banking could take them. If you’re wondering how your skills and network will develop, our programme will build your confidence and open your mind to the possibilities of a meaningful banking career.

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