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School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Undergraduate scholarships (2016 entry)

The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering offer the following scholarships to attract the very brightest students from around the world.

Course fees can be found on the specific course pages. Information about living expenses and financial support can be found on the University's website.

UK/EU

Dean of Engineering Excellence Scholarship

The Faculty of Engineering is offering scholarships worth up to £4,000 to all new UK/EU rated fee-paying applicants who start an engineering or computing undergraduate degree course at the University of Leeds.
How much is it worth? Up to £4,000 spread over 4 years, subject to satisfactory progression.
Who is eligible? The scholarship is available to UK/EU rated fee paying students who achieve A*A*A at A-level (A2) or equivalent. The grades must be in subjects required for the course. Student must be new to the University and enter onto level 1 and not be in receipt of any other Faculty of Engineering scholarship.
Application deadline No deadline - automatic
Conditions apply Students must achieve a yearly attainment percentage of 60%. The scholarship will be withheld in a year where a student fails to achieve 60%, but will be reinstated the following year if the student's performance recovers to 60% or over. £1,000 will be awarded per year of study. Students don’t receive the scholarship for the study abroad year unless it’s incorporated within the programme. Students don't receive the scholarship for the industrial placement year.

Head of School Scholarship

The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is offering scholarships worth up to £3,000 to all new UK/EU rated fee-paying applicants who start an undergraduate degree course in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds.
How much is it worth? Up to £3,000 spread over 4 years, subject to satisfactory progression.
Who is eligible? The scholarship is available to UK/EU rated fee paying students who achieve A*AA at A-level (A2) or equivalent. The grades must be in subjects required for the course. Student must be new to the University and enter onto level 1 and not be in receipt of any other Faculty of Engineering scholarship.
Application deadline No deadline - automatic
Conditions apply Students must achieve a yearly attainment percentage of 60%. The scholarship will be withheld in a year where a student fails to achieve 60%, but will be reinstated the following year if the student's performance recovers to 60% or over. £750 will be awarded per year of study. Students don’t receive the scholarship for the study abroad year unless it’s incorporated within the programme. Students don't receive the scholarship for the industrial placement year.

Leeds Scholarships

If your household income is less than £42,620 a year you may be eligible to apply for a means-tested undergraduate scholarship.
How much is it worth? Worth £3,000 a year for three years, the scholarships based on household income are of higher value than the University’s funding package (funding which is automatically awarded).
Who is eligible? Any engineering undergraduate students with a household income less than £42,620 a year.
Application deadline Friday 29 April 2016.
Further information To find out more and apply, visit the Leeds Scholarships webpage.

The following scholarships are offered by external organisations.

IET Diamond Jubilee Scholarship 2015

The Diamond Jubilee Scholarship is available to applicants who are about to commence studying on an undergraduate degree programme in the UK, which has been accredited by the IET.

How much is it worth? Minimum of £1,000 per year, for up to 4 years. Plus free membership of the IET for the duration of their course.
Who is eligible? The scholarship is available to UK applicants who achieve AAA at A level (or equivalent).
Application deadline 30 June 2015
Further information To find out more about this scholarship including terms and conditions, click here.

The IET Engineering Horizons Bursary

This bursary is for Students who have followed a vocational route into engineering, or who have overcome obstacles or personal challenges to pursue an engineering education.

How much is it worth? Minimum of £1,000 per year, for up to 4 years. Plus free membership of the IET for the duration of their course.
Who is eligible? The Bursaries are available to students in their first year of university on an IET accredited course and who entered with a vocational qualification or have overcome obstacles or personal challenges to pursue an engineering education.
Application deadline 13 October 2016
Further information To find out more about this scholarship including terms and conditions, click here.

National Instruments (NI) Engineering Leadership Programme

The Engineering Scholarship Programme is available to students studying an Engineering, Computer Science or Physics degree. This programme allows students who have shown outstanding academic achievement to develop their professional engineering career.
How much is it worth? £1,500 for second year of study, plus a NI mentor, and 1 year paid placement.
Who is eligible? The scholarship is available to students in their first year of study who are averaging a 2:1 or higher.
Application deadline Details for 2016 coming soon.
Further information To find out more information including terms and conditions, click here.

Range Rover Evoque WISE Undergraduate Scholarship

The Range Rover Evoque WISE scholarship is supporting more young women in the UK to access the opportunity to enjoy the rewards of an engineering career.
How much is it worth? £1,000 for each year of study remaining
Who is eligible? Female students undertaking any Engineering & Technology or Computer Science undergraduate degree. Applicants need to have permanent residency in the UK.
Application deadline Deadline for 2015 closed. Visit the website for details for next year.

Royal Television Society (RTS) Technology Bursary

The RTS Technology Bursary aims to promote access to careers in television, to support the industry to recruit talented graduates and to build links between broadcasters and education providers.
How much is it worth? £1,000 for each year of study to support living expenses, membership of the Royal Television Society and affiliate membership of the Hospital Club. You will also be given an offer of mentoring or placement in the final year of study.
Who is eligible? Prospective students with a firm offer to study Electronic and Electrical Engineering or Electronic and Communications Engineering at Leeds may be eligible to apply for this bursary.
How to apply Visit the website to find out how to apply.
Application deadline 8 June 2016

The IET Scholarships
The IET is offering more than 70 scholarships (of up to £3,000 per annum) every year to students who are in need of financial support. For further information visit the IET website.

UK Electronics Skill Foundation (UKESF) Scholarships
UKESF is offering scholarships (of up to £1,655 p.a.) to students studying BEng and MEng degrees in electronics or electronic engineering at the University of Leeds. For further information visit the UKESF website.

International

International Science and Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship

Who is eligible? Any applicant who has been offered a place on any of the undergraduate degree courses within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
How are they awarded? This is an automatic scholarship and will take the form of a tuition fee reduction.
How much are they worth? Up to £8,000 spread over 4 years, subject to satisfactory progression.
Application deadline No deadline - automatic
Conditions apply Applicants must be self-funding, new to the University of Leeds, enter onto level 1 and classified as international for tuition fee purposes and not be in receipt of any other University of Leeds award.

Students must achieve a yearly attainment percentage of 60%. The scholarship will be withheld in a year where a student fails to achieve 60%, but will be reinstated the following year if the student's performance recovers to 60% or over. £2,000 will be awarded per year of study. Students don’t receive the scholarship for the study abroad year unless it’s incorporated within the programme. Students don't receive the scholarship for the industrial placement year.

Self-funding students who successfully complete the International Foundation Year (IFY) at Leeds will also be eligible for this bursary.

Articulation agreements
We also have a number of articulation agreements, with a select number of partner institutions, which offer entry into the second or third year of one of our programmes.