The Mr Aderemi Makanjuola and The Chief Raymond Ihyembe Scholarships in Engineering
The Department of Engineering is pleased to offer two part-fee scholarships for September 2013 entry to one of its full-time campus based MSc degree programmes.
The scholarships are open to new UK/EU and international applicants and are each worth £5,000 payable as a reducation of the course fee. Applicants must be able to commence their studies in September 2013.
Masters Degrees in Engineering
Our engineering MSc courses are designed to develop your specialist skills and knowledge within your chosen area of engineering. Practical modules enable you to gain skills in state-of-the-art engineering and the latest technologies and your course will provide you with the skills you need to develop your career or move into further research.
These scholarships are available for entry to one of the following MSc degree programmes (full-time study only):
- Advanced Control and Dynamics
- Advanced Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Advanced Engineering
- Advanced Materials Engineering
- Advanced Mechanical Engineering
- Embedded Systems and Control
- Information and Communications Engineering
MSc with Industry
These scholarships are also available for entry to our MSc with Industry variants. A “with Industry” course gives you the opportunity to apply your skills in a working environment during a work placement of up to nine months.
Applicants must have a first-class or upper second-class undergraduate degree in a relevant subject. Applicants must not be in receipt of a full scholarship (tuition fees and living costs) from any other source; applicants in receipt of a partial scholarship from another source will be considered.
International applicants can read more about our English language entry requirements.
Please note that these scholarships are funded by an external sponsor. The successful applicants will be required to make their name and photograph available for use in MSc course publicity. The successful applicants will be required to prepare a short written report at the end of the course to highlight how the scholarship helped them in their studies.
All applications for a place on one of the Masters degrees listed above that are received by 20 September 2013 (including those that have already been submitted) will be considered for these scholarships. There is no need to submit a separate application for these scholarships.
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit as demonstrated by the application (qualifications, personal statement, and references) - not financial need.
To apply, please use the links above and use the Apply Now Online option on thr right-hand side of the course description. Applications must be received by 20 September 2013. Successful applicants will be notified as soon as possible after that date.
IMPORTANT - In the Fees and Financial Support section of the application, you must state that you wish to be considered for the “September 2013 Engineering MSc Part-Fee Scholarships”.
You should also indicate in this section if you completed your undergraduate degree at the University of Leicester and believe you may be eligible for the Alumni Discount Scheme.
For more information, please visit official website: www2.le.ac.uk.
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Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.