BWCI has awarded it's 2023 student bursary to former Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre student Lewis Rich (pictured).
He had achieved three A*s in his A levels in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, before taking a gap year.
Having spent much of last year working within BWCI's pensions actuarial team, Lewis is now studying physics at the University of Edinburgh.
The BWCI bursary scheme offers financial support throughout a student’s undergraduate studies, as well as a minimum of eight weeks’ practical work experience each year during university vacations.
BWCI’s HR Manager, Heidi King, said it's been running successfully for more than 15 years.
“Lewis’ bursary application highlighted his all-round academic achievement and he was a very strong candidate for this year’s bursary. We wish him every success with his studies in Edinburgh, and look forward to seeing him back with us again soon.”
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