The Trustees of Rees Jeffreys Road Fund are announcing their commitment to supporting study at Masters level for people wishing to study road or transport related subjects.
The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund will provide up to eight Bursaries for Masters students starting in the academic year 2022-2023. The Fund is keen to support people thinking of starting a career in the roads and transport sector, as well as supporting people who are already mid-way through their career and wish to progress their professional knowledge and expertise.
Bursaries are available to support study in a range of subjects including engineering, management and planning in relation to roads, highways or transport. Applications may be studying full time or part time. The Bursary is provided in staged payments over the period of study. The Bursaries are aimed at students who would not otherwise have the means to pay for the study fees.
All enquiries about undertaking Masters study and making an application to the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund for a Bursary should be made directly to the twelve universities listed on the Fund website here. Universities are provided with the full terms and conditions of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Masters Bursary scheme, and the application form which must be endorsed by the university making the application on behalf of the student. The deadline for universities to submit applications to Rees Jeffreys Road Fund is 4th July 2022.
Read about some of our Bursary recipients here.