Scholarships and bursaries
Computing Entrance Scholarships
Each year there are 10 scholarships of £500 awarded to the 10 best Computing and JMC applications received through UCAS by 15th January (the UCAS deadline), as judged by the Computing department. The award is conditional on being made an offer which you attain, accepting that offer as your Firm choice and your taking up the place in October. All UCAS applications received by the deadline will be considered for this scholarship.
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships
Students who meet the minimum criteria will be entitled to an IET scholarship of £1,000 per year for the duration of their degree course. Entrants will need to have achieved 3 ‘A’ grades at A-level; must be embarking upon an IET accredited programme from Autumn 2013; a UK resident; and not in receipt of another IET scholarship or grant.
- Achieved 3 ‘A’ grades at A-level
- Be on an IET accredited BEng or MEng programme
- Starting in Autumn 2013
- Be a UK resident
- Not be in receipt of another IET scholarship or grant.
- Entry opens in January 2013 via online submission
- Applications by 27 June 2013
- Supporting documentation by 21 August 2013 (A level results transcripts & UCAS confirmation)
- Decision: September 2013
- First payments: October 2013.
Subsequent annual payments will depend on progressing to the next stage of the programme with an average mark of 60% or above. Successful students will also be required to provide updates on their career to the IET after graduation.
Grocers' Company Queen's Golden Jubilee Scholarship
This annual scholarship provides in the region of £2,000 per annum for a period of four years and is awarded on the basis of academic merit. All UK nationals holding a conditional firm or unconditional offer of admission to an undergraduate course in the Faculty of Engineering will be sent information on how to apply for this award.
President's Undergraduate Scholarships
The College awards a number of President's Undergraduate Scholarships each year to those applicants who demonstrate the highest academic excellence and potential. These awards are the most prestigious awards the College has on offer and recipients are invited to serve as ambassadors for the College. The value of this prestigious award is £3,000 in your first year of study.
Ash Music Scholarships
The College offers five music scholarships entitling holders to lessons on their chosen instrument (or voice) at the Royal College of Music. Those with a distinction in grade eight or equivalent should send a letter of application, a copy of their grade eight marksheet and supporting references to: Richard Dickins, Director of Music, Blyth Music Centre at the College's main address, to arrive no later than 28 February 2008. Shortlisted students will be selected for audition during the Easter vacation.
There are other sporting bursaries, a drama bursary and details of a scholarship exclusively for students who live within a 40-mile radius of Beckington in Somerset. Details of these can be found on the Imperial Undergraduate Scholarships page.