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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Fees and funding

Everything you need to know about student finance, and the funding available to you as an undergraduate student in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

As well as student loans to cover fees and maintenance, you may also be entitled to a University bursary or scholarship to support you through your studies.

The University's main website has a thorough guide to student finance in this academic year, fully explaining the options available to you. Browse this information, and the funding available this year using the links below.

Scholarships

Listen to some our students discussing the benefits of our Beatrice Schilling Scholarship, which is a funding award for females studying engineering.

The Beatrice Shilling Scholarship

The Beatrice Shilling Scholarship is open to UK fee paying students who identify as female and are applying for an engineering subject at undergraduate level via UCAS. The engineering subjects included are: Aerospace Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical, Electronic and Mechatronic Engineering; and Mechanical Engineering.

There are 20 awards of £3,000 for the first year of study and then £1,000 per year up to Year 4. At least half of the scholarships will be awarded to applicants who have a WP or WP+ flag and winners will be announced as soon as possible after A-level results have been published.

There will be no separate application form, as recipients for the award will be considered based on their UCAS application.

To be considered for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • be a UK fee paying student applying for an Engineering subject who has identified as female during the UCAS application process;
  • annual payments are subject to a 60% average performance each year;
  • offer-holders should have chosen Manchester as firm choice by the main June UCAS deadline;
  • scholarships are awarded to the highest performing applicants within each Engineering discipline (at least two students per discipline);
  • scholarship candidates are expected to contribute to outreach activities, especially to encourage more females to study courses in engineering.

The University's main website has a thorough guide to student finance in this academic year, fully explaining the options available to you.

IET scholarships

Undergraduate scholarships for students studying in the UK or Ireland.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) offers more than 70 scholarships (of up to £3,000 per annum) every year to students who are in need of financial support. You can apply for an IET scholarship if you are about to commence any IET accredited MEng or BEng degree course and expect to achieve a minimum of three Bs in your A levels (or equivalent).

UK Electronics Skills Foundation (UKESF)

UKESF is offering scholarships to UK and EU students studying MEng and BEng degrees in electronics or electrical engineering. Scholarships are open to students in any year of their degree, except the final year. Successful candidates are matched with sponsoring companies for scholarships that include:

  • Annual bursaries of up to £1,000
  • Paid summer work placements
  • Industrial mentoring
  • Professional development training at summer workshops
  • Opportunities to build relationships with potential employers

Visit the UKESF website for further information.