The following awards are available to all privately funded international fee status students applying for undergraduate programmes in the School of Chemical Engineering:
Table to hold scholarship data
| ||Amount awarded per year||Grade Criteria|
A Levels: A*AA
IB: 7, 6, 6 from Higher Levels
HKDSE: 5*, 5, 5
Indian Standard XII: A* subject: 90% ISC, CBSE, Maharashtra; or 85% West Bengal, 95% Other State boards Plus Overall: 85% ISC, CBSE, Maharashtra; or 80% West Bengal; or 90% Other State board
American system: Please see our USA undergraduate entry requirements for A Level equivalencies.
|First Class Scholarship
||Students attaining >70% at the end of years 1 and 2 for BEng programmes and years 1, 2, and 3 for MEng programmes.
For other equivalencies, please see our webpages specific to your country.
All eligible students will receive an Excellence Scholarship of £3,000 automatically. This amount will be offset against their tuition fees.
During the degree programme, those whose performance is judged to be excellent will also be eligible for the First Class Scholarship which is worth £1,500 per year, providing the student proceeds normally to the next level with an average >70%. Therefore, the best students could receive a total of £7,500 over a four year degree.
A wide range of international qualifications will be considered - please contact the admissions tutor to find out the criteria that would apply in each case.
Launched in 2012, the BP Scholarships are intended to encourage and support students with a passion for certain subjects.
BP will offer scholarships to up to 10 students from the University of Birmingham for 2019. Each scholarship is worth up to £9,000, with scholars receiving £3,000 from their second year for the duration of their degree (up to four years). The scholarship is not intended to cover fees but offer students support with the costs of resources and living.
Learn more about the BP scholarships and eligible subjects.
Please see the University's funding database for details of other centrally-administered scholarships.