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CCL partners with Cranfield to launch scholarship programme

Posted 5 December 2023

UK digital forensics and cyber security specialist CCL Solutions Group has announced details of its new ‘Future of Digital Forensic Science’ scholarship in partnership with Cranfield University.

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CCL has worked closely with the Cranfield Forensic Institute (CFI) over the past two years, developing and delivering its Digital Forensics MSc with the aim of making it the leading digital forensics degree in the UK.

The scholarship represents a further commitment by CCL to both the practitioners and practice of the future. It is being offered to support highly talented individuals gain access to top-tier education with a funding value of £6000 – helping bring the Masters course cost under the post-graduate student loan cap.

Commenting on the new award, CCL’s chief executive Noel McMenamin said: “It is a real honour to work alongside such a respected institution as Cranfield University as we provide our communities and industry with the next generation of digital forensic specialists. The scholarship represents another investment in that future, as we help make one of the country’s leading MSc courses more accessible to qualifying students.”

Applications are open to all high-calibre students studying the Digital Forensics MSc in 2024-25 on a full-time basis. It is offered to both UK and overseas applicants.




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