As a department, we are always keen to encourage, develop and reward excellence in our students.
A number of external scholarships are available to suitably qualified candidates and we certainly encourage you to apply.
- Institution of Engineering and Technology Awards
- Royal Academy of Engineering, Engineering Leadership Advanced Awards
- The British Council lists scholarships for overseas students
UCL also offers a number of scholarships, for which we nominate the best applicants:
- UCL Faculty Undergraduate Scholarships for Excellence scheme, which provides 18 awards of £3,000 each to UCL's best performing first and second year undergraduates.
The Royal Television Society
The Royal Television Society is an educational charity and the leading forum for discussion and debate on all aspects of television. The Society runs a Technology Bursary that aims to promote access to careers in television, to support the industry to recruit talented graduates and to build links between broadcasters and education providers.
The bursary provides £1,000 a year to support living expenses, membership of the Royal Television Society and affiliate membership of the Hospital Club. As well as providing funds to support living expenses, the bursary provides a unique opportunity to get to know more about the world of television whilst studying. Prospective students with a firm offer to study Computer Science or Engineering at University College London may be eligible to apply for this bursary.
The deadline for applications is: midday, 8th June 2016.
For more information on the eligibility criteria and an application form please visit: https://rts.org.uk/education-training/rts-bursaries
2016 Ford Prize for Women in STEM Study (entries open on May 1st 2016 and close on June 30th 2016).
Recognising that women are traditionally under-represented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths) studies and the related professions, Ford is delighted to announce this prize. The first prize is £1,000 and eligible entrants must be females due to start the first year of an undergraduate degree in a STEM subject in a UK university, who can demonstrate how they are inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers and technologists. An entry form plus T&C’s can be found via the following web site: http://www.ford.co.uk/experience-ford/AboutFord/FordCareers/Ford-Prize-for-Women-in-STEM-Study