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Cyberfirst Student Bursary and Development Scheme

Cyberfirst Student Bursary and Development Scheme


Mo Abusef
Mo Abusef
Cyberfirst Student Bursary and Development...

This is a unique opportunity that rewards you for your talent and commitment whilst you study at University. The programme could potentially lead to exciting roles within government and industry. Particularly in intelligence and national security organisations or their industry partners, where you’ll help to shape and further advance our technical capability, including our ability to tackle national security threats.

During the years you study at University, you’ll receive a Bursary of £4,000 per year, tax free*. Each summer, you’ll complete either training at a CyberFirst Academy or an 8-week development placement with the NCSC, a government body or one of our industry members. Wherever you are placed for the summer, you will receive a summer placement payment equivalent to £2,000. In addition, you may receive expenses towards accommodation and travel. There’s also the potential for a year in industry placement, which you can receive assistance with to facilitate, if this is required by the university and course that you chose.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

To apply for the CyberFirst Student Bursary and Development Scheme you must:

  • Have British citizenship or if you hold dual nationality.
  • Have (or expect to have) 3 ‘A’ levels in any subject at Grade B or above (or qualification equivalent to 120 UCAS tariff points*) and have an offer (or be applying) to study an undergraduate degree or integrated masters in any subject at a UK university from September 2023.

Applications will close at 23:00 on Monday 21st November 2022.

Please click on the following link for more details:

https://www.gchq-careers.co.uk/jobs/cyberfirst-student-bursary-and-development-scheme.html

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