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Industry backing for BPIF Masters bursary

The Stationers’ Foundation and the Printing Charity have announced that they will continue to fund a £6,000 bursary for those looking to undertake the British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) MSc in Management.

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The course usually costs £6,340 plus VAT to complete

Run in partnership with the Management Development Centre (MDC), the MSc is aimed at those in print with at least five years' experience in a management role, and with full membership of a professional institute, wanting to take their leadership skills to the next level.

The BPIF Level 5 Leadership and Management Course usually costs £6,340 plus VAT to complete.

The Stationers’ Foundation forms the charitable arm of The Stationers' Company, which has been supporting the print market for more than 600 years, while the Printing Charity has been helping people in print, publishing and packaging since 1827.

BPIF programme director Ursula Daly comments: “The BPIF is delighted about this continued funding opportunity in collaboration with the Stationers' Foundation and the Printing Charity.

“This is about enabling the great people in our industry to reach their full potential, and the MSc helps us to do just that.

This is about enabling the great people in our industry to reach their full potential

“It’s a stimulating course which encourages a whole new way of thinking for those already in management positions, while building on skills already learned in their careers.”

Those interested in the bursary must apply by May 21st, with those shortlisted to be invited to interview at Stationers' Hall in London from June 21st to 28th.

The funding, which also considers the academic potential of applicants, is available for the academic year starting in October 2021, with those applying required to hold a conditional or unconditional offer for the Masters programme.

“I’d encourage anyone thinking of doing the course to apply for the bursary if finance is in any way a barrier,” Daly adds.

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