Engineering

Engineering

  • TARGETjobs: Engineering Undergraduate of the Year - opportunity to win a paid 48-week placement or 10-week internship with E.ON, including a trip abroad, and the chance to be recognised as the very best. Open to second year undergraduate students studying control and instrumentation, electrical, electronic, integrated, mechanical, renewable energy or software engineering or engineering project management.Closed in January 2017.
  • TARGETjobs: Construction, Engineering & Design Undergraduate of the Year - opportunity to win a paid summer internship with Laing O'Rourke, working on one of their overseas projects. Open to 1st and penultimate year undergraduate students studying construction, civil, mechanical, electrical or architectural engineering or quantity surveying.Closed in January 2017.
  • Autocar: Next Generation Award - come up with a problem-solving idea/innovation that will improve the UK automotive business and win £9000 and a six-month work experience placement at Honda, Jaguar LandRover, McLaren Automotive, Peugeot, Skoda and Toyota. Applications are now open and will close at 5pm on 29 August 2017.
  • ExxonMobil Energy Challenge - opportunity to learn more about ExxonMobil, take part in exciting activities and potentially be fast-tracked for a summer internship or placement year. Open to students of science, technology, engineering and maths (including business/economics) degree disciplines. Opens in Spring.
  • IMechE - offer a range of scholarships and awards for undergraduate and postgraduate study, overseas work placements and professional development.
  • IET: Awards and Scholarships - undergraduate and postgraduate awards, scholarships and travel bursary opportunities.
  • Tomorrow's Engineers - links to a range of grants, awards and scholarships.
  • WES: Awards, bursaries and grants - available to women to support study and professional development.
  • Royal Academy of Engineering - offer range of awards for undergraduates.
  • UKNEST Scholarship - £3,000 undergraduate scholarships for first, second and third year naval engineering, science and technology students.
  • Formula Student - challenges engineering students to design, build and develop a single seater racing car for competition.
  • Engineering YES - business plan competition for postgraduate students and post-doctoral researchers, with cash prizes worth over £2000.
  • Valeo Innovation Challenge - global team-based competition for engineering students to design and build the product or system that will make the cars of 2030 smarter and more intuitive.
  • Telegraph STEM Awards - opportunity for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) undergraduates to get their ideas in front of some of the most influential companies in industry and potentially win £25,000 and a bespoke mentoring programme. Categories include design in the built environment, energy, healthcare and aerospace. Opens in November, closes in February each year.