~ 2022 Engineering the Future Scholarship ~
The University of Manchester is now accepting applications from suitably qualified students for their Engineering the Future Scholarship. It is a fully-funded scholarship for all students.
About the University of Manchester
Through their unique combination of disciplines and specialist expertise, they are positioned to influence the grand challenges of this century, notably poverty eradication, securing social justice, environmental change and sustainable urbanism.
The University of Manchester is a public research university in Manchester, England, formed in 2004 by the merger of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology and the Victoria University of Manchester.
The main campus is south of Manchester city centre on Oxford Road.
Aim and Benefits of Engineering the Future Scholarships
Successful awardees will be announced by 13 July 2022 and granted one of the following tuition fee discounts:
One full tuition fee waiver up to £28,000. This award is for the MSc Management of Projects suite of programs.
Four £10,000 partial tuition fee waivers.
Ten £6,000 partial tuition fee waivers.
Engineering the Future Scholarships can also be awarded other scholarships from the University.
University of Manchester Courses
1. Chemical Engineering
2. Civil Engineering
3. Computer Science
4. Mechanical Engineering
Requirements for Engineering the Future Scholarships
To be considered for Engineering the Future Scholarships 2022, applicants are to meet the following criteria:
1. Be a resident of a country within South Asia, South East Asia or Africa;
2. Hold an offer (conditional or unconditional) for a master’s level (taught) full-time course–commencing in September 2022 – within The Faculty of Science and Engineering. (You will also be considered if you held an offer as part of an earlier admissions round; should you win the award, your offer will be reinstated.)
3. Have completed an English Language qualification to the required standard for the course.
4. Be fully registered for your chosen course by the registration deadline.
5. Hold a bachelor’s degree with a minimum classification of a good Upper Second class (2:1) (or international equivalent), or be on track to achieve this.
6. Be self-funding (for example, not sponsored) your course and classified as an international candidate for tuition fee purposes.