Engineering the Future Scholarships at the University of Manchester

The University of Manchester School of Engineering is happy to offer scholarships to academically strong international students who will start postgraduate taught studies in September 2022.

An Overview of Scholarships

If you have an offer from one of the departments listed below, you will be considered for the scholarships:

Chemical Engineering Department

Mechanical, Aerospace, and Civil Engineering Departments

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Computer Science Department

There is no additional application required for these awards; all offer holders are evaluated based on academic merit. Those who have been chosen may be asked to write a statement that will be used to evaluate them further.

Winners will be notified by July 13, 2022, and they will get one of the following discounts on their tuition fees:

One full tuition fee waiver of up to £28,000 is available. This award is for the MSc Management of Projects program suite.

Four partial tuition fee waivers of £10,000 are available.

Ten £6,000 partial tuition fee waivers are available.

Engineering the Future Scholarships may also be awarded in conjunction with other university scholarships.

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You must meet the following requirements to be eligible for an Engineering the Future scholarship:

be a South Asian, South East Asian, or African national; hold a conditional or unconditional offer for a master’s level (taught) full-time course beginning in September 2022 in The Faculty of Science and Engineering. (If you received an offer as part of an earlier admissions round, your offer will be reinstated if you win the award.)

I have completed the English Language requirement for the course;

By the registration deadline, you must be fully registered for the course of your choice;

hold a bachelor’s degree with at least a good Upper Second class (2:1) classification (or international equivalent), or be on track to do so;

be self-funding (i.e., not sponsored) and classified as an international candidate for tuition fee purposes.

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