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Individual Bursaries

We are proud to offer a range of bursaries to enable you to benefit from educational opportunities that will help you advance your knowledge and practice in prostate disease.

Bursaries are available for professional development activities that have a clear focus on prostate cancer or benign prostate disease. You can apply for a bursary to cover course fees for study days, short courses or educational conferences for example.

Please see below for a list of all the funding opportunities currently available to support your professional development.

If you have any questions about the bursary schemes please contact our education team.

Current bursary schemes

Education bursaries: up to £1500
Masters degree in Prostate Cancer Care

Education bursaries: up to £1500

We provide education bursaries of up to £1500 to health professionals and allied health professionals wishing to engage in educational opportunities that have a clear focus on prostate cancer and prostate diseases. We have two levels of funding available for education bursaries; up to £500 or between £500 and £1500.

There is no deadline for these schemes, applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

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• Education bursaries of up to £500

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• Education bursaries of £500 - £1500

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Masters degree in Prostate Cancer Care

If you’re working towards a specialist or advanced practice role in prostate cancer, we can offer you a bursary to undertake the Masters degree in Prostate Cancer Care (distance learning) with Sheffield Hallam University.

Bursaries cover the full course fees but don’t cover any additional expenses, such as travel, at this time.

There is no deadline for this scheme, applications will be considered on a rolling basis. However, it is advisable that students wishing to start the Masters degree in September (semester one), apply for a bursary by late June/early July at the latest. Those wishing to start in January (semester two) should apply for a bursary by late October/early November at the latest.

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