Donor generosity continues to support student bursaries in Social Work, Youth Work & Early Years

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No words can describe how thankful I am for the life changing bursary I received. The generosity of Helen Kegie has changed my life in so many ways. I can make something of myself, achieve my dreams and not be held back because of my limited finances.

For both undergraduate and postgraduate students aiming to study within the subject areas of Social Work, Youth Work or Early Years, the Helen Kegie Bursary - named after the late Helen Kegie MBEis awarded to individuals who can demonstrate a strong knowledge of their subject area and a high degree of ability to reflect and link theory to practice. 

The Bursary has been granted for some while and continues to be granted annually. Subject to the number of applications received, recipients can receive up to £2,000 to help towards maintenance expenses as a result of being accepted on to their course. Open to those studying from a defined range of social science-related courses and who permanently reside in South Wales with a CF or NP postcode; the Helen Kegie Bursary remains true to the original objective of supporting those who may otherwise struggle financially.

Read more about the Kegie Bursaries and Helen's passion to ensure a lasting legacy.

Hear from a Kegie beneficiary who reflects on how the bursary has helped her reach her potential.

Interested in pursing a course that is supported by the Kegie Bursary? Read more onlinePlease note for those considering 2016 enrollment, applications for the Bursary can not be accepted after Friday 26 August 2016, 5.00pm.

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