The University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol is offering a bursary to applicants of their master's in Wildlife Filmmaking.
Working in partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, the university is offering one student a full fee bursary on a one year course in Wildlife Filmmaking.
The course includes masterclasses and personal mentoring from experts in the field, and practical experience from staff at the BBC's Natural History Unit and Bristol-based company Plimsoll Productions.
"We have been working towards improving access to the media industry for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, but we have never ventured into the world of wildlife filmmaking," said Sonia Watson, CEO at the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.
"So we were delighted when we were approached by UWE Bristol and the BBC’s Natural History Unit to develop a new scholarship aimed at increasing diversity in this field.”
The MA in Wildlife Filmmaking has been available for the last four years, and has a graduate employment rate of 90-100%.
For more information on how to apply, click here.