Scholarships and Student Funding

ScottishPower Scholarships

Scholarships are available for study in the area of Energy and Environment in the UK in 2019-20

 

These scholarships, provided by ScottishPower, are available in the following areas:

  • Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering
  • Renewable/Sustainable Energy
  • Onshore/Offshore Renewable Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences/Climate Change
  • Global Energy Management
  • Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Cyber Security and Information Security
  • Big Data Analytics and Data Science

Previous preferred Masters programmes of study at the University of Edinburgh are listed below, however they may consider applications from applicants to other programmes if they have relevant undergraduate experience linked to the themes above.   Students due to enter year 5 of a relevant integrated Masters programme such as MEng programmes may also apply for 2018-19 scholarships.  This list will be updated for 2019-20 once the details are known.

List of preferred programmes
MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering
MSc Applied Geoscience (Geoenergy)
MSc Carbon Finance
MSc Carbon Management
MSc Design and Digital Media
MSc Energy, Society and Sustainability
MSc Environment and Development
MSc Environmental Sustainability
MSc Marine Systems and Policies
MSc Sustainable Energy Systems
MEng Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (current undergraduate students entering year 5 of this programme of study)
MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering (current undergraduate students entering year 5 of this programme of study)
MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering with Management (current undergraduate students entering year 5 of this programme of study)
MEng Electrical Engineering with Renewable Energy (current undergraduate students entering year 5 of this programme of study)
MEng Mechanical Engineering with Renewable Energy (current undergraduate students entering year 5 of this programme of study)

 

The scholarships aim to contribute to the education of young professionals with the capabilities required to lead the energy industry into the future.

Each award covers tuition fees plus a maintenance allowance of £1,200 per month. Awards are made for a maximum duration of one calendar year.

Eligibility

Applicants must be nationals of the United Kingdom, and hold a good undergraduate degree.

Applicants must be intending to commence a full-time, on campus taught masters programme at the University of Edinburgh, or be expecting to progress to the final year of an integrated masters programme such as MEng  (preferred programmes subject to confirmation for 2019-20)

 

Applying

Applications are no longer being accepted as the April deadline for applications has passed.

Notification

The successful candidates will be advised in  June 2019 (to be confirmed).

Further Information

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