Only a month after Oxbridge launched their £35,000 bursary, high demand has seen the Innovation Birmingham based distance learning provider dig deep and increase the funding to £60,000.
Students across the country have already benefited from Oxbridge's response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with many opting to increase their functional skills to assist with re-employment, gain qualifications to help others with their mental health or use this time to build the skills to start their own business.
London, Birmingham, Newcastle Upon Tyne and Bristol are just some of the enrolment hotspots, supporting Oxbridge's ethos of any room, anywhere being a class room. Pyjamas are optional!
"It's our responsibility and attitude as a college to help people change their lives for the better. We hope this funding continues to help those in need attain the qualifications for re-employment, taking the opportunity for a career change or personal development. When you commit to learning, education will always propel you forwards in the world," said Oxbridge founder, Matt Jones.
"We're overwhelmed with the uptake from our bursary and are proud to support those committed to learning in any way we can. Our team haven't stopped delivering exceptional support for our students, even in these unprecedented times, truly showing that learning is without limits" concluded Matt.
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