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£5,000 bursary is offered for course in applied management

By Amanda Poole

Business graduates are being invited to apply for a £5,300 bursary provided by business advisers Pricewaterhouse Coopers.

It means those applying for this year's Masters in Applied Management at the Ulster Business School have the opportunity to study free. The bursary will cover all course fees at the University's Coleraine Campus, as well as travel and residential expenses for the international module held at the University of Kempten in Germany.

Course lecturer, Professor Audrey Gilmore, said: "Core management skills are valuable resources within any organisation and are highly sought after by employers in both private and public sectors. The MSc in Applied Management provided by our Business, Retail and Financial Services department, gives students a strong appreciation of the application of key management principles in practice.''

The MSc in Applied Management is designed for graduates with a business or related degree who wish to develop a strong understanding of management in practice.

To be considered for the PwC bursary apply by August 13.

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