University of Gloucestershire - Jobless offered free tuition

March 12, 2009

Up to 50 free full-time places are being offered by the University of Gloucestershire to help the unemployed develop their skills. The institution is offering to waive tuition fees on a range of one-year postgraduate courses at its Business School, starting in September. Masters degrees in computing, hospitality management, international human resource management and development, international business law, marketing management and business administration are on offer. People who apply for the free tuition scheme must meet Gloucestershire's normal entry criteria and must have been unemployed for at least six months by the courses' start dates.

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