Prizes and awards for undergraduates

Scholarships

Science A number of bursaries and scholarships are available for students.  These are administrated centrally and applicants should consult the College finance pages for details of the various schemes available.

 

Prizes available to undergraduates

Open to all years

Shell prize - value: £250 each

Awarded annually to up to four Chemical Engineering undergraduate students for outstanding performances on the industrial Link Project.

Henry Sawistowski travel fellowship - value: up to £500 (shared)

For travel and accommodation. Awarded annually to one or two undergraduate students on the Chemical Engineering degree course for an outstanding performance on the Link/Research Project.

Loveless book prize - value: £250

Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the Department of Chemical Engineering  for outstanding work in the humanities or social studies.

Ken weale memorial prize - value: £250

Awarded to the student of greatest merit on the course Chemical Engineering with a Year Abroad who has spent a year studying Chemical Engineering in a non-English-speaking country.

First year

DOW Chemicals Prize - Value: £250

Awarded annually to the undergraduate student of Chemical Engineering who, on the basis of performance in first year studies, is considered to be the most deserving.

Institution of Chemical Engineers Books prize - value: books & £250

Awarded annually in the form of books published by the Institution to the undergraduate student of Chemical Engineering who, on the basis of performance in first year studies, is considered to be the most deserving.

Second Year

Procter and Gamble prize - value: £250

Awarded annually to the student who produces the best overall performance in the second year of the MEng course in Chemical Engineering.

Third year

BP Chemicals prize in chemical engineering - value: £250

Awarded to the student who produces the best overall performance in third year of the MEng course in Chemical Engineering.

Roger Sargent prize - value: up to £250

For annual award to a student in the third or fourth year of the MEng course in Chemical Engineering for work in the application of computers to the solution of chemical engineering problems.

Fourth year

Roger Sargent prize - value: up to £250

For annual award to a student in the third or fourth year of the MEng course in Chemical Engineering for work in the application of computers to the solution of chemical engineering problems.

Governors' prize in chemical engineering - value: £250

Awarded to the student of greatest merit in the final examinations in chemical engineering.

Hinchley medal - balue: £250

Awarded by the Institution of Chemical Engineers to the student of greatest merit in the final examinations in chemical engineering.

William Peck book prize - value: £250

Awarded annually to a student of the Department for proficiency in the final examinations and in the design project.

Katrina Jacks memorial prize - value: £250

Awarded to a student of high merit in the fourth year.

Lonza prize - value: £250

Awarded annually to a chemical engineering undergraduate for outstanding performance on a pharmaceutical related final year design project or biopharmaceutical related final year research project.

Chemical engineering student centenary prize – Value: £250

Awarded annually to the undergraduate student who is adjudged to have achieved the greatest merit in project work in the final year of the MEng in Chemical Engineering.

City and Guilds gold medal for excellence

Each Department in City & Guilds College to nominate up to one final year undergraduate for exceptional standards in a City & Guilds qualification.