CIOB's Tony Gage Scholarship is a prestigious bursary worth up to £10,000 which is awarded to candidates selected as future leaders in construction. This award is specifically aimed at professionals employed by a UK contractor.
If you are planning further study at post graduate level, this award may be for you.
The bursary has two main objectives:
To develop individuals who are capable of becoming leaders within the construction industry
To provide research at an advanced level for The Chartered Institute of Building.
The Bursary will be awarded at two year intervals for attendance at an advanced scholarship course, for example MSc, MPhil, PhD, MBA, whilst achieving experience within a contractor's organisation.
The Bursary will be to the maximum value of £10,000 payable in two instalments for a two year or longer programme.
The Bursary may be used for travel costs to support appropriate research leading to a recognised academic award.
The Bursary will be administered by The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
To apply, candidates must complete the scholarship application form overleaf, together with a statement not exceeding 800 words making a case for the award of the Bursary and explaining the choice of the particular programme of study/research.
Applications should be forwarded to the CIOB and suitable candidates will be selected for interview and notified in due course.
Candidates are expected to obtain references and support from the head of department/course tutor of their previous university programme and their current employer.
For more details and how to apply please see here: http://www.ccscheme.org.uk/industry-image/indexphp/industry-image-magazine-home/april-2013-issue-27/31-industry-image/issue-27/460-ciob.html