Scholarships, Bursaries and Finance Information 

EEE Academic Achievement Scholarships

Scholarships of £2,000 will be awarded as a one-off payment in recognition of academic excellence to students starting an undergraduate honours degree programme in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2018. Students will receive a further £1000 upon successful attainment of a 70% average at the end of the first year.

The £2000 scholarship will be processed in October 2018. You do not need to apply. The £1000 payment will be processed in October 2019, following confirmation of your first year grade average.

To be eligible for an academic achievement scholarship you must:

  • Attain A level grades of A*AA or above (equivalent performance in alternative qualifications may also be considered)
  • Have made The University of Sheffield, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, your first (firm) choice in the UCAS application process
  • Commence your first year undergraduate studies in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2018
  • Be from the UK or EU (not be classed as an international student for tuition fee purposes)

UK Electronics Skills Foundation ScholarshipsUKESF Logo

The UKESF encourages young people to study Electronics and pursue careers in the sector. They also connect the most capable Electronics students at top UK universities with leading employers.

Students studying for an Electronics degree can apply to the UKESF for bursaries and work placements. The bursaries are £ 1,000 /year and the paid work placements are for either summer work and/or for a whole year. Many leading electronics design companies are involved in the scheme including: ARM, Dialog Semiconductor, Imagination Technologies, Leonardo, Renesas, Rolls-Royce, Socionext and Thales. Students can apply in any year of their course (except final year). The scheme is open to home and EU students. First years need to have 3As at A-level, second and third years need to have achieved at least a 2.1 classification in their end of year examinations.

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UKESF Scholarship Scheme 2017/18 (PDF)

For more information visit: www.ukesf.org or contact Dr James Green


Thomas Walker Scholarship - mature students

     

  Thomas Walker  Daisy WalkerThis scholarship was established in the memory of Thomas Walker (BEng 1931, MEng 1933) thanks to a generous legacy from the estate of his late wife Mrs Daisy Eveline Walker(pictured left)

 The scholarship is intended to assist a mature student to return to education to study for a degree in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.  The scholarship will provide a stipend of £3,000 per year for each year of the degree programme.  For the purposes of this scholarship, a mature student is defined by the University as any student who is over the age of 21 on entry.  We would particularly welcome applications from individuals with dependants and/or caring responsibilities.

For further details, including details of how to apply, please contact Ms Alison Bertie -  a.bertie@sheffield.ac.uk.


Anne Bainbridge Scholarships - female students

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is offering Scholarships up to £2,000 to female students who achieve the published academic requirements and commence their first year of undergraduate studies with us in 2018. Women are currently under represented in Engineering, generally, and our aim is to redress this imbalance in EEE. Our commitment to this can be measured by the award of an Athena Swan Bronze Award to the Department.

For more information visit http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/eee/admissions/female_scholarships or contact Ms Alison Bertie


Scholarships for International Students

For further details see here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/international/enquiry/money/scholarships


University Bursaries

The University of Sheffield offers Bursaries to UK students.

More about eligibility for University Bursaries:
www.shef.ac.uk/undergraduate/finance/help/bursaries/index

Fees and Finance

Fees for undergraduate courses are determined by the University. Further information is available from the University's web pages for Prospective Undergraduates.

Finance help and information for prospective undergraduates:
www.sheffield.ac.uk/undergraduate/finance

Course fees for undergraduate courses:

www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/fees/ug/fees-look-up
www.sheffield.ac.uk/undergraduate/finance/fees

Reassessment Fees:
www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/exams/reassessment_fees

For more information, please contact;

Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions Manager - Ms Alison Bertie


Disclaimer: All details were correct at the time of publication and can be subject to change.