Cash bursary of £7,000 per annum
Number of awards
Tuition fee status
Mode of study
Available to applicants in the following departments
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Design Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Eligibility criteriaCandidates must have attained the three requirements below by the deadline of 11:59 pm (UK local time), Friday, 26th May 2023.
1. Have a conditional firm or unconditional offer of admission from the College to study an undergraduate course in one of the following eligible departments: Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Dyson School of Design Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
2. Possess a Home fee status
3. Have been assessed for financial support through Student Finance England (SFE) (or equivalent funding authority), with a SFE verified household income of less than £60,000 per annum
Please note: This scholarship is not available to continuing students.
Application processThere is no separate application form that you need to complete in order to apply for this scholarship. However, you must follow two steps:
Step 1: Submit a student finance application and be 'means-tested' by Student Finance England (SFE) or equivalent funding authority.
'Means-tested’ is when a student submits details of their household income, to help their student finance body assess how much they’re eligible to receive in maintenance support. To be considered for this scholarship, your household income information must be less than £60,000 per annum and must be confirmed to us by SFE by the deadline of 11:59 pm (UK local time), Friday, 26th May 2023. SFE can take up to 8 weeks to assess applications so in order to be eligible for the scholarship it is recommended that you apply to be means tested as soon as the applications for the student loan open. Please make sure you consent to share with the College your household income information (Your household income is your parents' or partner's income, plus yours) to SFE. This is important as we need to be able to access your household income information to determine your eligibility for this scholarship.
Step 2: Submit a UCAS application form for your course of study and have an offer of admission in one of the eligible departments by the deadline of 11:59 pm (UK local time), Friday, 26th May 2023.
The Faculty will assess your academic merit from your UCAS application form and your predicted A-Level results, and will shortlist the best candidates.
The shortlisted applicants will be invited to submit an essay the week of 3rd July, and then may be asked to attend an interview with Treis at some point during the period 12th July - 24th July.
Additional informationValue of the Award
The successful Scholars will receive a cash bursary of £7,000 per annum. The award is for a maximum of 4 years, excluding repeat periods of study and subject to satisfactory academic progress.
Outcome of the Award
The successful candidate will be notified by email by 31 July 2023. If you have not heard from us by this date please assume you have been unsuccessful in your application.
Please note , the successful scholar may be expected to meet informally with the donors on occasions, participate in events surrounding this scholarship, or required to submit a short statement of progress each year that will be shared with the donors.
This award is for students starting in the academic year 2023-24 and cannot be deferred. All scholarships are awarded subject to students accepting award Terms and Conditions.
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