Scholarships & funding opportunities

Faculty of Engineering International Scholarships

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 degree programme, you'll receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 10% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. Your first year’s scholarship will be £2,100.*

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

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.

If you're applying for postgraduate research degree programme, you'll receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. Your first year’s scholarship will be £3,150.*

Terms and conditions apply.

* The value of the undergraduate scholarship award is equivalent to a 10% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. This is typically £2,100 for programmes with a tuition fee of £20,900. 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 & Biomedical Engineering.

  • Value Up to £5,000
  • Opens 13 November 2019
  • Deadline 31 August 2020
  • Help with Tuition fees
  • Duration Duration of studies

Eligibility

Undergraduate

Applicants with strong academic performance in high school are encouraged to apply. Scholarship decisions will be made on the basis of information contained in your undergraduate admissions and scholarship applications.

Postgraduate Taught

To be considered for the Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship applicants should have a 2:1 (or equivalent) in their undergraduate degree.

To be considered for a Dean’s International Excellence Award, applicants are required to demonstrate:

  • Academic excellence (typically a UK first class undergraduate degree or international equivalent).
  • Their potential to make a significant contribution to the Strathclyde community during their studies, and in their chosen profession upon graduation

Applicants to the Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship who fulfil the above criteria will automatically be considered for the Dean’s International Excellence Award. Scholarship decisions will be made on the basis of information contained in your postgraduate taught admissions and scholarship applications.

To be considered for a Dean’s International Excellence Award, scholarship applications must be submitted by 30 April 2020.

Important things to note:

  • If you're applying for an undergraduate degree programme, you'll receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 10% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. This is typically £2,100 for your first year of study on 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.
  • The value of the postgraduate taught 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.
  • Applicants awarded the scholarship and studying an 18 months or two year MSc programme will receive a scholarship equating to 15% of the total cost of their programme
  • If you're applying for postgraduate research degree programme, you'll receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. Your first year’s scholarship will be £3,150.
  • The Faculty of Engineering’s International Scholarships are only open for self-funded, international (non-EU) fee-paying applicant enrolling on a full-time course.  Those who receive full sponsorship from a government office or embassy are not eligible to apply.
  • Applications are now being accepted and completed application forms should be submitted as early as possible.
  • In order to be considered for a scholarship an applicant must hold an offer to study a full-time course in the 2020/2021 academic year.
  • Students are only eligible for one scholarship per academic year from the University of Strathclyde.
  • Students who do not meet any of the required criteria in this announcement will automatically not be considered
  • The Faculty of Engineering's decision on the awarding of scholarships is final.

Postgraduate taught applicants only:

  • Postgraduate taught applicants who wish to be considered for the Dean’s International Excellence Award must apply by no later than 30 April 2020. Following this deadline those candidates who have been selected to receive this scholarship will be notified by email.
  • Those candidates who are selected for the Dean’s International Excellence Award will be required to pay their deposit within 3 weeks of notification to remain eligible for the scholarship.
  • After 30 April 2020, postgraduate taught applicants may still apply to receive a Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship (value: 15% of tuition fee) only.

Further Information

Key details

Undergraduate

If you're applying for an undergraduate degree programme you'll receive a scholarship equivalent to a 10% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. The first year’s fee reduction will typically be £2,100.*

Postgraduate Taught

Applicants for postgraduate taught degrees will receive a fee reduction of £3,150.* In addition to this, we also have a limited number of Dean’s International Excellence Awards, worth £5,000, to offer to exceptional applicants at postgraduate taught level only.

Applicants only need to submit a single application to be considered for both scholarships. The deadline for applications for the Dean’s International Excellence Award is 30 April 2020. Scholarship applications may still be accepted after this date; however, applicants will be considered for the Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship (value: 15% of tuition fee*) only.

Postgraduate Research

Successful full-time PhD students will receive a scholarship equivalent to a 15% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. The first year’s fee reduction will be £3,150.*

* The value of the undergraduate scholarship award is equivalent to a 10% reduction of your tuition fees for each year of study. This is typically £2,100 for programmes with a tuition fee of £20,900. 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 & Biomedical Engineering.

How to apply

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIPS USING OUR ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

You should write no more than 500 words on why you should receive a Faculty of Engineering International Scholarship.

Postgraduate Taught applicants that submit their scholarship application form on or before 30 April 2020 will automatically be considered for the Dean’s International Excellence Award. There is no need to complete any additional paperwork; however, applicants should ensure that they demonstrate in their scholarship application form how they meet the eligibility criteria for the Dean’s International Excellence Award (academic excellence, and potential to contribute to the Strathclyde community and their chosen profession/vocation). Successful candidates for this award will be contacted following the 30 April 2020 deadline.

The application process

Step 1 - Apply for the engineering course of your choice 

Step 2 - Receive an offer letter for your degree programme

Step 3 – Submit the scholarship application form

Step 4 - If you're successful, you'll receive your scholarship offer letter via email.