If you are from a low-income household you could become a Lloyds Scholar. The scheme offers financial support, paid placements and a business mentor.
As a Lloyds Scholar, you will receive a bursary of £1,000 a year to help with living costs and study materials.
If you get good grades, you can earn cash awards of up to £1,000 a year in addition to your bursary.
If you are a top academic performer, you could also receive a cash reward of up to £3,000 at the end of your course.
Lloyds Banking Group offers two paid internships as part of this scheme.
Each internship is up to ten weeks long. You must take one of these in the summer holiday of your first year.
You will receive a salary of approximately £18,000 pro rata.
- invaluable work experience
- direct exposure to a large banking company
The internships, the second one in particular, are your chance to prove yourself if you want to join the Lloyds Banking Group Graduate Leadership Programme (GLP).
Mentoring and networking
Lloyds Banking Group will give you a personal mentor who will support you throughout your experience.
Through the relationship with your mentor, you will also get:
- advice on selecting the workstream for your internship
- access to a member of Lloyds Banking Group's senior team
- real insight into Lloyds Banking Group
- opportunities to understand and experience different areas of the business
You'll be invited to workshops, lectures and other events run by Lloyds Banking Group. This will give you great networking opportunities and the chance to build relationships with potential employers.
Gain skills through volunteering
As a Lloyds Scholar, you need to commit 100 hours each academic year to volunteering in your local community.
Volunteering is a fantastic opportunity to challenge yourself and develop skills valued by employers. This rewarding experience is a great way to get involved in what's happening in your area.
You can apply to this bursary scheme if you are a UK student and:
- have a Home UK fees status
- have made the University of Bath your firm choice
- have a household income of less than £25,000 as assessed by your student loans awarding agency
The scholarship is not available if you are studying:
- Business Administration
Applications are now closed.