New Bursary to study Parking at University of Westminster

The British Parking Association (BPA) is to provide funding for one full-time student each year on the Masters in Transport Planning & Management course at the University of Westminster. This will comprise fees plus a cost of living allowance of L10,000, and will run for a period of five years. It will be known as ‘The John Heasman Bursary’ to commemorate the work done by John Heasman as founding Director General of the BPA.
BPA.jpgThe studentship will enable a student to focus on parking issues within the course, including completion of a specialist dissertation on this topic. The Transport Studies Group at the University has a long-standing interest in urban transport policy issues, including street management and parking. Parking also forms an important activity at airports, in public transport networks (through park & ride schemes), and in the logistics sector (notably in access to retail premises and other delivery points). These are also areas of specialisation within the Group’s research and teaching work.

Westminster will invite applications to the Masters’ course for this bursary, and candidates will be selected by a joint panel of University staff and the BPA.
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