The Manly Trust Engineering Bursary entry
The Manly Trust's primary objective is to advance the science of engineering by granting financial assistance to organisations that encourage an interest in STEM subjects amongst young people or that promote or provide education in engineering.
About the The Manly Trust Engineering Bursary entry
The Manly Trust have agreed to provide a gift of £9,000 over three years (£3,000 per year, not including Professional Placement Year) to create a new undergraduate bursary in Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (FEPS) at the University of Surrey. The bursary is available to one student from October 2018.
Eligibility criteria for the The Manly Trust Engineering Bursary entry
To be eligible, you must have an offer to study from the University of Surrey. You must also have attended a State Secondary School / Sixth Form College in either Surrey, Kent, Hampshire, East or West Sussex, and meet one or more of the following Widening Participation criteria:
- From neighbourhoods where higher education participation is low as defined by home postcode, known as a low participation neighbourhood (LPN) (Check the eligibility of your postcode - Quintiles 1 and 2 qualify)
- You are a female student (an under-represented group in Engineering)
- From Black or Minority Ethnic (BME)
- Neither parent has attended university.
If you are the holder of an In2Surrey Scholarship offer, you are eligible to apply as long as you meet the above criteria.
How to apply for the The Manly Trust Engineering Bursary entry
To apply for this bursary, students with offers from the University of Surrey should complete an application form and then send the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 October 2018.
Successful students will be advised of their application following confirmation of their A-level results and place at Surrey.