Heriot-Watt University is a re-known university based in the U.K. It is a leading university that focuses on research and provides education all over the world. The university announced the availability of a funded scholarship for undergraduate students. Gareth J. Henry, alumni of Heriot-Watt University that graduated in the year 2001 is offering bursaries for selected students and also the alumni is providing one-to-one mentoring and coaching for the students that will be interested in order to develop and enhance their careers. The alumni went on to add that he would offer a bit of help to the students as they graduated on career advice and also advice on getting a job. He went on to add that he hoped that other graduates may realize what they could gain through studying and hard work in Actuarial sciences.
Gareth Henry currently resides in New York, NY where he has worked for over a decade in major roles. He has served as a managing director, global head investor and also a partner in different firms like Angelo and Gordon & Co. According to Mr. Henry, the key factor that led to his success is obtaining a top degree from a good university. The degree he got gave him a boost in his career and he was able to get a better understanding of the investment world. Gareth Henry explains the importance of Actuarial Math that is provided in Heriot-Watt especially to the graduates that hope to work in finance sectors in future.
Gareth Henry believes the universities’ impeccable education processes and great lessons will be very useful. The degree in actuarial science of Heriot-Watt University is one of the few to be recognized by the UK actuarial profession.
All this explains why Mr. Henry decided to give back to the society by starting the Gareth Henry Access Bursary. This program will greatly offer a great deal of fantastic opportunities to students. The scholarship program is will involve undergraduates with financial needs who need this sponsorship to help them advance in their careers.
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