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Scholarships for UK and EU undergraduates

As an institution in the top one per cent of world universities*, we are committed to attracting bright, ambitious students from all backgrounds onto our courses. Scholarships are available to talented students across a number of our subject areas.

This information applies to students from the UK or EU. We offer International Scholarships for students from outside the European Union. 

Undergraduate scholarships 2016

See below for details of our subject areas that are offering scholarships and to discover if you are eligible.

Subject area Scholarship
Acoustical Engineering £1,000 for each A* (A level), 7 (IB) or equivalent grade achieved, up to a maximum of £3,000. If you achieve these grades you will be awarded your scholarship after 1 December in your first year.
Audiology £1,000 for each A* (A level), 7 (IB) or equivalent grade achieved, up to a maximum of £3,000. If you achieve these grades you will be awarded your scholarship after 1 December in your first year.
Electronics and Computer Science (ECS)

To receive the ECS £1,000 Merit Scholarship you will need to exceed the top entry criteria, gaining the following grades as a minimum at A-level or equivalent when applying to these programmes:

  • A*A*A and above: Electronic Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Software Engineering
  • A*AA and above: Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering, ITO
  • AAA and above: Web Science

You must apply for the scholarship by 31 August 2016.

Details of the scholarships and how to apply can be found on the ECS website.

Environmental Science £1,000 for each A* (A level), 7 (IB) or equivalent grade achieved, up to a maximum of £3,000. If you achieve these grades you will be awarded your scholarship after 1 December in your first year.

More funding information

Find out about the about student loans and grants you may be able to apply for.

* QS World University Ranking 2014

 

Armed Forces Bereavement Scholarship Scheme

The aim of this UK government scheme is to give the children of those who have died in the service of their country a head start in life by enabling them to obtain a university degree or further education training.

 

Find out more about the scheme

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