The TEH Automotive Scholarship provides support towards a maintenance grant and tuition fees for 2019/20 entry.
It has been made possible by a generous donation from Dato Robert Tan Eng Hwa, (BCom, Industrial Economics & Business Studies, 1977), the Chief Operating Officer of APM Automotive Holdings Berhad.
Dato Robert Tan graduated from the University of Birmingham with a Bachelor of Commerce degree.
The scholarship will be allocated on the basis of academic excellence, relevant experience and evidence of a commitment to the area of study, as decided by a scholarship panel at the University of Birmingham. The panel and/or departmental representatives may interview shortlisted candidates and the successful scholar may receive an invitation to visit the company in Malaysia.
Who is eligible for the TEH Scholarship?
- The scholarship holder will a student from Malaysia and eligible to pay international tuition fees.
- The scholarship holder will not be fully funded by a third party sponsor or employer.
- The scholarship holder will undertake one of the eligible programmes as listed below:
MSc Communications Engineering
MSc Electrical Power Systems
MSc Electronic and Computer Engineering Masters
MSc Railway Risk and Safety Management
MSc Railway Systems Engineering and Integration
MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering
MSc Advanced Engineering Management
MSc Advanced Engineering Management: Construction Management
MSc Advanced Engineering Management: Operations Management
MSc Advanced Engineering Management: Project Management
MSc Advanced Engineering Management: Systems Management
- Scholarships apply to one-year, full-time programmes only.
How can I apply for the TEH Scholarship?
Students are automatically considered when they apply for their course.
For more information please contact the School of Engineering Admissions Team:
The TEH scholarship is only eligible for study at our UK campus.