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School of Mathematical Sciences awards three Girls in Maths Bursaries

The School of Mathematical Science has awarded £15,000 in study bursaries for female and non-binary students who began their studies this academic year. 


Two recipients being awarded their bursary

Our Girls in Maths bursaries are funded by a generous donation from City Educational Trust. Each bursary is worth £5,000 and is paid in yearly installments to three undergraduate students while they study for a degree. 

We acknowledge that female and non-binary students face additional obstacles when it comes to applying for and studying a Maths degree. Whether it’s a lack of role models or the age-old narrative of Maths is not a subject for girls, we’re here to change that. This bursary aims to encourage more girls to choose Maths for their university degree and help them open the doors to a well-paid and rewarding career. 

Recipients Amal, Erona and Iffah are all delighted to have been awarded these bursaries which will help them with studying and living costs throughout the three years of their degrees.  



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