UK Electronics Skills Foundation Scholarship
UKESF is a collaboration between industry, universities and the public sector, which is:
- Connecting employers with students in schools and universities;
- Promoting the electronics industry and its value to society and the economy;
- Raising awareness of the range of stimulating careers in electronics.
How does the Scholarship Scheme work?
UKESF is offering scholarships to students studying BEng and MEng degrees in Electronic and Electronic Engineering, Electronics with Music and Electronic & Software Engineering at the UKESF partner universities. Scholarships are open to students in any year of their degree, except the final year.
Successful candidates are matched with sponsoring companies for scholarships that include:
- Annual bursaries of up to £1,000
- Paid summer work placements
- Industrial mentoring
- Professional development training at UKESF Scholar Workshops
- Opportunities to build relationships with potential employers
APPLICATION DEADLINE is towards the end of October each year. Applications can be made here.
The GU68 Engineers Trust for Engineering Projects
Each year, the Trust invites written applications from, or on behalf of, candidates in any Engineering discipline at the University of Glasgow for Awards to help to meet extraordinary costs associated with projects which can demonstrate a contribution to Engineering research or practice. The Trust can also consider applications to provide assistance to students with special financial needs.
SFC funding for Engineering PGTs
Funded MSc places are available for the 2019/20 intake through allocated funding from the Scottish Funding Council. Places are available in the following programmes:
Please note that these specific
funded places are open to
Scottish and EU students.
These awards have been allocated to these two programmes in recognition of the high demand for graduates with these qualifications. The awards cover all tuition costs; for further information including details on how to apply, please see: funded places.