UK: Engineering Undergraduate Scholarships 2006-2007
School of Engineering Sciences Scholarship programme
The School will offer the following scholarships to new (part I entry) International undergraduate students:
International Undergraduate Students who obtain
2 Grade As at A level or equivalent (excluding General Studies) will receive a scholarship of £1000
3 Grade As at A level or equivalent (excluding General Studies) will receive a scholarship of £1500
4 Grade As at A level or equivalent (excluding General Studies) will receive a scholarship of £2000
Students must have met the entry requirements.
In exceptional circumstances (e.g. a student with 5 Grade As at A level), cases will be considered on an individual basis.
These scholarships will be renewable each year of the programme of study, on condition that the student achieves an aggregate of 65% or more in their end of year examinations.
Taught Postgraduate Students
International taught Postgraduate Students who obtain
A First class Honours degree or equivalent will receive a scholarship of £1500
An Upper Second class Honours degree or equivalent will receive a scholarship of £1000
UK/EU taught Postgraduate students
For entry in 2006/07, the School of Engineering Sciences is offering a number of scholarships, of minimum £1000, to the best academically qualified UK/EU students for each of the following postgraduate taught programmes as indicated:
MSc Aerodynamics & Computation/Race Car Aerodynamics - 3 Scholarships
MSc Maritime Engineering Sciences - 3 Scholarships
MSc Sustainable Energy Technologies - 2 Scholarships
Any applicant whose complete application material is received by 31st May 2006 will be considered for these scholarships and decisions will be made by 30th June 2006. The decision will be made by a panel within School of Engineering Sciences based on all available evidence received by 31st May 2006. Scholarship awards will be made in mid-December 2006.
Applications are welcome after 31st May 2006, but these applicants will not usually be considered for a scholarship award.
Status UG Fees
(approx) Taught PG Fees
EU (including UK) £3,000 £3,168 £1000
Overseas (OS) £11,300 £11,300 £1000-2000
N.B Fees for Channel Islands yet to be announced.
All candidates accepted for the School's taught programmes will be put forward and considered for these awards.
Academic Excellence Scholarships at Entry level
The School of Engineering Sciences has available Academic Excellence Scholarships at Entry Level each of £1000 for UK/EU students entering Part I of its degree programmes in 2006/07.
Any student who achieves 3 A levels (or equivalent qualifications) or more at grade A, excluding General Studies, and who is eligible to pay top-up fees will receive a Scholarship, provided that their acceptance is Conditional Firm or Unconditional Firm. The Scholarships are not available to students coming through Clearing or whose acceptance is Conditional Insurance. The Scholarship will be paid in one instalment in the January following the date of entry.
Academic Excellence (Performance) Scholarships
40 annual scholarships, each valued at £1000, to reward academic excellence based on performance in each of the first (Part I), second (Part II) and third (Part III) years of all undergraduate programmes in the School.
Academic Excellence Scholarships for Part III are only available to students continuing to Part IV
Any UK/EU student with performance in the middle upper second standard or above (i.e >=65%) will qualify for consideration for these scholarships
Distribution of these scholarships across the School is as follows:
For each of Parts I, II and III year cohorts: 6 scholarships to the best students, determined by their end of year average, in the total School UK/EU year cohort and 34 scholarships to the best students in the Aeronautics & Astronautics, Mechanical Engineering and Ship Science year cohorts, determined by their end of year average and distributed as 16, 12 and 6 respectively.
Scholarship to be paid in one instalment, in the January of the year following the excellent academic performance.
For students with excellent entry qualifications and excellent academic performance, these scholarships may yield up to £4000, for the entire duration of a typical four-year undergraduate programme leading to the MEng degree.
For other students, with excellent academic performance, these scholarships may yield up to £3000, for the entire duration of a typical four-year undergraduate programme leading to the MEng degree.