The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Strathclyde is offering a substantial number of scholarships for new self-funded, international (non-EU) fee paying students with excellent academic qualifications who have applied for a relevant programme of study and are commencing their studies from September 2019 or later on in the 2019-20 academic year. Students may be eligible for a Faculty of Engineering Excellence Scholarship (FEES) towards their tuition fees of up £4,000* for the first year of their course of study.
The Engineering Academy is a pioneering programme that offers you an alternative route into university and employment as a Strathclyde student. The first year is an enhanced HNC programme with direct transfer into second year of one our engineering degrees.
Our researchers are at the forefront of solving some of the major problems facing society.
We've a wide range of activities for potential applicants to experience what it’s like to study at Strathclyde and to open their eyes to the multitude of careers paths on offer.
Coming to Strathclyde isn’t all about classes and studying, we provide a large and varied programme of extracurricular activities for our students.
We've over 800 international students from almost 100 countries currently studying with us.
Strong links with industry partners is one of our key strengths.
Gala provides an opportunity for students and representatives from the engineering industry to get together in an informal atmosphere.
The Engineering Academy is a pioneering programme that offers you an alternative route into university and employment. The first year is an enhanced HNC programme with direct transfer into second year of one our engineering degrees.
The University of Strathclyde International Study Centre offers international students who don't meet direct entry requirements the option to complete an Undergraduate Foundation Programme, an International Year One BBA, or a Pre-Masters Programme.
Students Chris and Cuebong take us on a tour around the Departments within the Faculty of Engineering. Enjoy!