School of Engineering

Scholarships & Funding

Scholarships and Funding

Funding for undergraduate students in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Scholarships for undergraduate students in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

E3 Academy

The E3 Academy supports the development of young people interested in challenging and well-paid careers in leading UK engineering companies. As well as holding scholarships at the participating universities of Newcastle, Bristol, and Nottingham, E3 scholars are supported with vacation work placements, summer schools and company mentoring, leading to employment after graduation.

For more details on what the Academy can offer, eligibility and how to apply, visit

UKESF Scholarship Scheme

The UKESF Scholarship Scheme connects undergraduates to leading employers in the Electronics sector and provides an annual bursary, paid summer work placements and a paid-for residential workshop:

IET Power Academy

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has established the Power Academy to address the looming skills shortage in power engineering through a combination of financial support and workplace mentoring for students. The Academy supports undergraduate students in electrical and power engineering at leading UK universities. Find out more about engineering scholarships with the IET Power Academy.

Scholarships for all Engineering students

UKNEST Science and Engineering Scholarships

offer up to 10 undergraduate scholarships worth £3,000 per year (plus mentoring and work experience opportunities) for students who are interested in future employment in the Naval Defence Sector.

The Amec Foster Wheeler Natural Resources - Chief Operating Officer’s Bursary

This bursary offers an award of £1,000 for up to three students studying in the School of Engineering.

CyberFirst Student Bursary

provides an annual bursary of £4,000 for each year of degree study in a STEM Subject, with work experience opportunities.