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Faculty of Engineering Scholarships

With over 300 industry-sponsored scholarships, we’ve one of the largest portfolios of any Engineering Faculty in the UK.

Our scholarships are available in many areas of engineering and at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. With so many available, there are opportunities for both new and continuing students.

Scholarships are available to UK, EU and International students.

Engineering at Strathclyde has such an excellent reputation that we’ve been selected by top companies such as BP, Fundación IBERDROLA and Lloyd’s Register Foundation to take part in their prestigious scholarship programmes.

Currently over 300 of our students hold scholarships and this number will continue to grow as we build further links with our industry partners.

We can offer you a number of University wide, Faculty and departmental funded scholarship. We’re also able to offer scholarships sponsored by industrial partners and professional bodies such as the IET Power Academy.

Search here in our scholarship database to find out what scholarships you are eligible to apply for.

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The Dean's Excellence Award for India

Deadline:17 May 2019 Opens:26 February 2019

The Departments of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Civil & Environmental Engineering, in collaboration with the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, have introduced a new scholarship for students from India applying to their postgraduate MSc taught programmes.  The Dean’s Excellence Awards are open to all well-qualified applicants from India joining the one year full-time postgraduate MSc programmes in session 2019/20.  The value of each award is £4,000, and shall be contributed towards tuition fees.

The final submission date for applications is Friday 15 May.

 

  • Nationality India, International
  • Subject Civil and environmental engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value £4000

PARTICLE-TURBULENCE INTERACTIONS IN WALL-BOUNDED FLOWS

Deadline:17 March 2017 Opens:3 March 2017

Nearly 70% of hydrocarbons are produced from poorly consolidated sandstone reservoirs worldwide which are inevitably mixed with sand. Sand production – as small as 0.01w% – leads to major erosion problems such as degradation of pipelines, down-hole tubing and production equipment including pumps and valves. The impinging sand particles will cause excessive damage to the surface layer, which will also reduce the effectiveness of corrosion inhibitors and enhance corrosive degradation. Meanwhile, corrosion will in return enhance erosion resulting in severe and rapid loss of surface metal (washout). The massive economic cost of erosion – particulates being the most common source – is highlighted in a Schlumberger review article which reports that erosion and synergy with corrosion annually costs the industry “tens of billions of dollars”.

  • Nationality UK, EU, RUK, International
  • Subject Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Value Home/EU tuition fees and stipend

Development Methodologies for Next-Generation Instrumentation for Nanosatellite

Deadline:30 June 2017 Opens:3 April 2017

Recent years have seen a rapid growth in the use of nanosatellites. However, whilst a recent National Academy of Sciences report concluded that nanosatellites “have already produced high-value science, as demonstrated by peer-reviewed publications in high-impact journals”, and that “they are useful as targeted investigations to augment the capabilities of large missions”, it also recommended technology development in four key areas; development of miniaturized instrument technology, high-bandwidth communications, precision attitude control, and propulsion. This project addresses the foremost of these priority areas, by focusing on instrument development methodologies necessary to underpin the use of nanosatellites for scientific, commercial, &/or societal benefits.

  • Nationality UK, EU
  • Subject Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value Home/EU tuition fees only

Investigation of Particle Fusion in Additive Manufacturing Using coupled DEM/Peridynamic Theory

Deadline:1 June 2017 Opens:23 May 2017

This PhD Studentship will be jointly awarded by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) and Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering (NAOME) at the University of Strathclyde. The student will be based at James Weir Fluid Laboratory (ww.jwfl.ac.uk) and will work in close collaboration with the PMMA Lab at NAOME.

Please note the project is subject to University approval, and would cover Home/EU tuition fees and a stipend (EPSRC level), at approximately £15,000 per annum

The project is open to UK/EU applicants only.

  • Nationality UK, EU
  • Subject Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Physics
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Value Home/EU Tuition fees and stipend

Presidents Scholarship

Deadline:11 August 2019 Opens:24 February 2019

To recognise academic achievement and to attract the best engineering students from around the world, the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is offering a number of Presidents Scholarships for international students.

The Presidents Scholarship is unique to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at University of Strathclyde as we are the only UK MAE Department to have had five past Presidents of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

The value of each award is £2,000, and shall be a contribution towards tuition fees.  The Presidents Scholarships are open to all well-qualified international applicants joining the one year full-time postgraduate MSc programmes in session 2019/20.

Students who apply for the Faculty of Engineering Excellence Scholarship (FEES) will automatically be considered for the Presidents Scholarship, please click here for more information about FEES.

  • Nationality International
  • Subject Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value £2000

UK Space Agency FireSat International Partnership Programme Scholarship – MSc Satellite Applications (with Data Science)

Deadline:30 June 2019 Opens:17 May 2019

The UK Space Agency IPP Scholarship is provided by the UK Space Agency, under its International Partnership Programme which is targeted at delivering sustainable, economic or societal benefits to developing economies in line with the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs).

This scholarship is for self-funded students from Kenya, Namibia, South Africa and other African countries with excellent academic qualifications to undertake the MSc Satellite Applications (with Data Science) postgraduate taught course. 

The course is uniquely designed to address the global skills gap in satellite data utilisation by training students in satellite data acquisition, processing and interpretation using data science. Additionally, the course will deliver entrepreneurship training that will enable students to generate their own business ideas and start-ups in the area of satellite applications for sustainable development.

  • Nationality Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina [Burkina Faso], Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Democratic Republic){formerly Zaire}, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, The, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
  • Subject Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Value Full Int fees (2) Full Int fees plus stipend £15146 (6)

John Blackburn Main Scholarship

Deadline:24 February 2017 Opens:1 January 2017

Through the generosity of the family of Mr John Blackburn Main, the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) has set up a fund to support students from the Department to gain work experience overseas, preferably in a shipyard or related environment in the Far East.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate, Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Travel costs, Study abroad costs
  • Value £3,000

The Offshore Renewable Energy Britannia Scholarships

Deadline:31 July 2018 Opens:1 April 2018

The MSc in Offshore Renewable Energy is a multi-disciplinary programme providing graduate engineers of related disciplines an opportunity to acquire advanced knowledge in offshore renewable energy technologies. It produces graduates of a high calibre that are equipped with the skills and specialist knowledge needed, ensuring they are capable of accelerating their career inindustry.

  • Nationality Scotland, EU
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value £7,800

J&J Denholm Scholarship

Deadline:31 January 2018 Opens:1 December 2017

The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students from the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering (NAOME), University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Travel costs
  • Value £2000 per year

The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights Scholarship

Deadline:31 January 2020 Opens:1 January 2020

The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students from the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering (NAOME), University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland who find themselves in financial difficulties.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Travel costs
  • Value £2000 per year available every 3 years

Subsea UK Subsea and Pipeline Engineering Scholarship Award - 2017 Entry

Deadline:31 August 2017 Opens:2 June 2017

 Subsea UK is the champion for the UK subsea industry. We act for the entire supply chain bringing together operators, contractors, suppliers and people in the industry. With some 50,000 employees, worth almost £6 billion in services and products and with over 800 companies, the UK subsea industry sector leads the world in experience, innovation and technology. The UK will maintain a leading technological edge by sustaining and expanding this important business sector.

  • Nationality UK, EU, RUK
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs
  • Value £8000

PhD Studentship Assessment Strain Effects in Pipeline Dents

Deadline:31 May 2016 Opens:3 May 2016

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship in the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde under the supervision of Dr Julia Race and Dr Selda Oterkus. The aim of the PhD research is to develop a validated, pragmatic and useable model for determining the strain in pipeline dents from geometric measurements. Historically, industry codes and guidance for dent assessment have relied on a measurement of dent depth to determine acceptability. Subsequently the standards moved to set a limit on the level of strain induced in the pipe as a result of the dent as it was considered that this would give a better indication of dent acceptability than the depth. What is required is a methodology for calculating total dent strain that: i) is easy to use with measurements that can be readily made in the field or obtained from pipeline In-line inspection (ILI) data; ii) does not require intensive and expensive FEA to be conducted on every dent and iii) recognises the key parameters that contribute to strain concentration in the dent.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Value Home/EU tuition fees and £14,633 stipend

Biomedical Engineering International Excellence Award

Deadline:31 August 2020 Opens:1 October 2019

We're pleased to offer this prestigious scholarship to well-qualified overseas applicants to the MSc & MRes Biomedical Engineering courses.

Recipients of this award will benefit from up to £4,000 towards their fees on arrival at the University.

  • Nationality International
  • Subject Biomedical engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught, Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value £4000

Computational models of arterial haemodynamics for paediatric patients with high cardiovascular risk

Deadline:21 June 2018 Opens:9 February 2018

An exciting PhD research opportunity on the numerical modelling of arterial blood flow in paediatric patients is currently available. This is an international and multi-disciplinary research project with EU impact and collaborators from the New York University (NYU), USA.

  • Nationality UK, EU, RUK
  • Subject Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Computer and information sciences, Mathematics and statistics, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering, Pharmacy and biomedical sciences, Physics
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs
  • Value

Spatially patterned vascular cell co-cultures for combined electrical-optical monitoring of cell-cell communication

Deadline:27 April 2018 Opens:26 February 2018

A studentship for a 36-month, full-time, fully-funded PhD, supported by the University of Strathclyde is available. It will focus on the development of a new approach to dynamically monitoring vascular cell-cell communication by creating a novel electroanalytical microdevice with spatial cell patterning capability.

  • Nationality UK, EU, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Biomedical engineering, Pharmacy and biomedical sciences
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Value

RSA John Kinross Scholarships

Deadline:23 March 2017 Opens:31 January 2017

The RSA John Kinross Scholarships (£2500) are for final year and postgraduate artists and architects to spend a period of 6 to 12 weeks in Florence to research and develop their practice. Florence has been an inspiration to generations of artists and architects and this opportunity allows successful applicants to experience its magnificent history, study its art and architecture, learn the language and create a visual record of their experience.

Ten artists receive an initial payment of £2,300 for travel, accommodation and subsistence, as well as entrance to galleries and museums and any study visits to the surrounding areas, with the remaining £200 awarded on the satisfactory completion of the scholarship. Applicants are required to use this autonomy to their best advantage.

  • Nationality
  • Subject Architecture
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Travel costs
  • Value £2,500

RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship 2017

Deadline:28 April 2017 Opens:31 January 2017

The RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship, generously supported by Lord Foster and Foster + Partners, offers one travelling scholarship of £7,000 to a student of architecture to support international research on a topic and at locations of the student’s choosing.

The topic of the research should however, relate to the survival of our cities and towns and fall under one of the following themes:

  • learning from the past to inform the future
  • the future of society
  • density of settlements
  • sustainability
  • use of resources
  • quality of urban life
  • transport

The travel should take place between June - October 2017.

  • Nationality
  • Subject Architecture
  • Level of Study Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Study abroad costs
  • Value £7,000

RIBA Wren Scholarships 2017

Deadline:22 May 2017 Opens:6 April 2017

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is calling for applications for the RIBA Wren Insurance Association Scholarships 2017 for students who will be commencing the final year of their Part 2 course in September 2017.

The RIBA Wren Insurance Association Scholarships were established in 2013 following a generous donation by The Wren Insurance Association Limited, the architects’ professional indemnity mutual association that currently comprises 60 of the UK’s leading architectural practices.


  • Nationality
  • Subject Architecture
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Value £5,000

IET Power Academy

Deadline:25 October 2018 Opens:1 October 2018

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is one of the world’s leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community. It manages a prestigious Awards Programme which rewards and celebrates excellence and innovation in academia, business and industry.

The Power Academy is one of the IET’s scholarship schemes offered to undergraduate students. It was established to address the looming skills shortage in the energy sector.

Eight leading UK universities and 16 key energy organisations are partners in the Power Academy which offers financial support, summer placements and workplace mentoring to students.

The Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering is the only Department in Scotland included in the Power Academy.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Electronic and electrical engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Internship, work placement or project costs
  • Value £2,750 (+£250 & benefits*)

Faculty of Engineering Excellence Scholarship (FEES)

Deadline:17 January 2020 Opens:1 September 2019

We have scholarships available for new self-funded, international (non-EU) fee paying students with excellent academic qualifications who are applying to study on the MSc in Civil Engineering with Industry programme with a January 2020 start.

  • Nationality International
  • Subject Civil and environmental engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value £3,000 off tuition fees

Institution of Civil Engineers QUEST Scholarship

Deadline:16 April 2018 Opens:1 March 2017

The ICE QUEST scholarships have supported hundreds of civil engineering students, many of which are now working in the industry. At present there are over 250 QUEST scholars studying throughout the UK and the scholarship is supported by such companies as; Balfour Beattie, BAM Nuttall, Mott MacDonald and Network Rail.

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a registered charity that strives to promote and progress civil engineering. They believe that civil engineers are “at the heart of society, delivering sustainable development through knowledge, skills and professional expertise.”

Successful applicants are sponsored by a civil engineering or construction company for the duration of their studies. Companies arrange work experience placements every year during the summer holidays and offer professional training and guidance. Successful applicants also receive financial support of up to £2,500 for each year of their undergraduate studies.

 

 

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Civil and environmental engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Internship, work placement or project costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Value £2,500 per year

Salters' Graduate Prizes

Deadline:23 February 2018 Opens:1 December 2015

The Salters’ Institute Annual Awards Ceremony is a prestigious annual event which celebrates high levels of excellence within the science education sector. Up to ten Salters' Grasuate prizes of £1,000 each are awarded to final-year undergraduates studying at UK universities, trying to keep an even balance between chemists and chemical engineers.

 

  • Nationality UK, EU, International
  • Subject Chemical and process engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Internship, work placement or project costs
  • Value £1,000

CNOOC International Scholarship

Deadline:7 October 2019 Opens:16 September 2019

CNOOC International, the international division of CNOOC Limited, is a global energy company with operations in Asia, Africa, the Americas and Europe. Their successful growth as an upstream oil and gas producer has been achieved by consistently finding and developing world-class assets.

The business is focused on safely exploring and producing from conventional offshore, unconventional and oil sands assets and the growth strategy is to safely and sustainably develop their high-quality portfolio to deliver energy for all.

The scholarship is worth £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years. Students will also be offered, but are under no obligation to accept, a summer internship and mentoring.

 

  • Nationality
  • Subject Chemical and process engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs
  • Value £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years

Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership Advanced Awards

Deadline:9 January 2017 Opens:1 September 2015

The Engineering Leadership Award Scheme was created by The Royal Academy of Engineering to help undergraduate engineering students, the engineers of tomorrow, realise their potential and achieve their goals.

The Awards are made to provide carefully planned training and experience over three years which may not be available through the university, but which will furnish students with the skills and capacity to fast-track their career after graduating.

 

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Civil and environmental engineering, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Equipment and study costs
  • Value £5,000 over three years

UKNEST Engineering & Science Scholarships

Deadline:31 August 2017 Opens:18 April 2017

The United Kingdom Naval Engineering Science & Technology (UKNEST) Forum & Lloyd’s Register Foundation are offering 12 UndergraduateScholarships to students who are interested in future employment in the Naval Defence Sector. 

  • Nationality England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Wales, UK
  • Subject Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Chemistry, Civil and environmental engineering, Computer and information sciences, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mathematics and statistics, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering, Pharmacy and biomedical sciences, Physics, Forensic science
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Equipment and study costs
  • Value £3000 per academic year, mentoring and potential for placement

Faculty of Engineering RUK Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship 2020/21

Deadline:11 September 2020 Opens:1 October 2019

To recognise academic excellence, The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Strathclyde is offering a number of scholarships to RUK students who are paying a tuition fee of £9,250 per year and achieve AAB or above at A Level (or equivalent) will receive £1,000 for their first year at Strathclyde.

  • Nationality RUK
  • Subject Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Civil and environmental engineering, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Equipment and study costs
  • Value £1000

ScottishPower Scholarships - Scholarships for Master’s Studies in the United Kingdom

Deadline:29 March 2019 Opens:1 February 2019

The ScottishPower Scholarships Programme aims to help train a new generation of professionals capable of driving the transformation towards a sustainable energy model and who have a desire to develop their career in the power industry.


The Scholarships for Masters Studies in the UK programme supports the education of young people and provides them with experience that will give them access to employment in the power sector.

For the 2019-2020 academic year ScottishPower provided scholarships for postgraduate studies at universities in United Kingdom in the following areas of knowledge: Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering; Renewable/Sustainable Energy; Onshore/Offshore Renewable Engineering; Environmental Sciences/Climate Change; Global Energy Management; Computer Science & Software Engineering; Cyber Security and Information Security; Big Data Analytics and Data Science.

The application process for 2020-21 is not yet open.

The scholarships are intended for study at a selection of UK universities.

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Civil and environmental engineering, Computer and information sciences, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering, Business, Management
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees, Living costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Value Full tuition fees and a monthly payment of £1,200

Dr Alex Ekwueme Commemorative Scholarship

Deadline:10 May 2019 Opens:18 December 2018

The Faculty of Engineering at Strathclyde is delighted to offer the Dr Alex Ekwueme Scholarship for a Nigerian student planning to commence their postgraduate taught programme in engineering from September 2019.

  • Nationality Nigeria
  • Subject Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Civil and environmental engineering, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Postgraduate Taught
  • Mode of Study
  • Helps with Living costs
  • Value £5,000

BP Scholarships

Open

BP is one of the largest producers of oil and gas in the world. They employ people across six continents and own multiple refineries and petrochemical plants around the globe, a fleet of 80 ships and tens of thousands of miles of pipeline. 

BP relies on talented and ambitious business & trading professionals, engineers and scientists. They are delighted to offer students at the University of Strathclyde the chance to secure a scholarship.

 

  • Nationality UK, EU, EEA, UK and Islands, RUK, International
  • Subject Chemical and process engineering, Civil and environmental engineering, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Value Financial support of £3000 per year, from your third year of study

Spirit AeroSystems Scholarship

Deadline:9 October 2019 Opens:16 September 2019

Spirit AeroSystems are one of the largest non-OEM manufacturers and suppliers of aerospace components in the world.  A $7 billion company with more than 16,000 highly skilled employees. Spirit has facilities in the U.S., U.K., France and Malaysia.  The scale, volume and variety of Spirit’s programs tell the story of modern aerospace manufacturing- from aluminium structures built with the latest robotics technology, to the most advanced composite production and curing techniques.

In its Prestwick, Scotland location, Spirit produces leading edge and trailing edge structures of the Airbus A320 family and wing structures for the Boeing 767.  The Prestwick site also has responsibility for the design and production of the leading edge structure of the Airbus A350 and is finalising plans for production of a new Airbus work package for spoilers.

Spirit is focused on areas of research and development that specifically address current customer needs and anticipate opportunities for programs of the future.  Spirit recently announced plans to build the Aerospace Innovation Centre at the Prestwick location to support growth in research and technology, positioning the business at the forefront of aerospace technology. 

The value of the scholarship is £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years.

  • Nationality UK, UK and Islands, RUK
  • Subject Design manufacture and engineering management, Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs
  • Value £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years.

John Evans Whigham Scholarship

Deadline:25 October 2019 Opens:8 October 2019

The family of the late John Evans Whigham, an alumnus of the University, has created a scholarship in his name to support 2nd Year Engineering Academy students studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. The ambition of the fund is to assist students to reach their full potential.

Second year students studying on the Engineering Academy programme in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering who meet one of the University’s Widening Participation Categories are eligible to apply and the scholarship is worth £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years.

 

  • Nationality Scotland
  • Subject Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs
  • Value £2,000 per annum up to a maximum of four years.

Wood Group PLC Scholarship

Deadline:21 October 2019 Opens:4 October 2019

Wood Group PLC is a global leader in the delivery of project, engineering and technical services in energy, industry and the built environment. We employ 60,000 people in 60 countries across the world. Our values are Care, Commitment, and Courage, and we would invite Engineering Academy students who share those values to apply for this scholarship.

Applications are now invited for the Wood Group Plc Scholarship. One scholarship of up to £4,850 will be made per annum, up to a maximum of 4 years, from academic year 2019-2020. This consists of a £2000 sponsorship and an 8 week paid summer placement within the Wood Group Plc working alongside professional engineers.

  • Nationality UK
  • Subject Chemical and process engineering, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Living costs, Internship, work placement or project costs
  • Value Up to £4,850 - paid by a £2,000 scholarship and a 8 week paid placement

Faculty of Engineering International Scholarships

Deadline:31 August 2020 Opens:13 November 2019

We offer a number of scholarships for our undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduate research programmes. All self-funded, international (non-EU) fee-paying offer holders with strong academic qualifications are encouraged to apply. Please note - you must hold an offer to a full-time degree programme starting in the 2020/2021 academic year before your scholarship application will be considered.

If you’re applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate research degree programme, there are a number of scholarships available for each year of your study

Applicants for postgraduate taught degrees will typically receive a scholarship award of £3,150 deducted from your tuition.*

In addition to this, we also have a limited number of Dean’s International Excellence Awards. These scholarships are worth £5,000 and will be offered to exceptional applicants at postgraduate taught level only.

Terms and conditions apply.                                                                                                                                                

* The value of the postgraduate scholarship award is equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study.  This is typically £3,150 for programmes with a tuition fee of £20,900.  The amount varies for selected programmes with a different tuition fee, including programmes within Architecture and Biomedical Engineering.

  • Nationality International
  • Subject Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical and process engineering, Civil and environmental engineering, Design manufacture and engineering management, Electronic and electrical engineering, Mechanical and aerospace engineering, Naval architecture ocean and marine engineering
  • Level of Study Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught, Postgraduate Research
  • Mode of Study Full Time
  • Helps with Tuition fees
  • Value Up to £5,000