|Article 26 Scholarship||University||Closes 30/06/2021||The award is paid as a tuition fee waiver for any standard, three-year undergraduate programme. In addition, a living-cost award of £5,000 is available per year.||The Article 26 Scholarship offered by the University of Birmingham
|Brockhouse Scholarship||University||Closed 18/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)||The value of each scholarship will be determined by the Brockhouse Scholarship Selection Panel subject to available funds and quality of applications. Typically awards will be no less than £1,000.||The Brockhouse Scholarship is open to current full-time undergraduate students in their first year who have started a programme within one of the engineering schools at the University of Birmingham.
|Disability Awards||University||Closed 31/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)|
Up to five awards are available, usually of £600 in value. Each award is tenable for one year only, however previous applicants may reapply in subsequent years.
|Offering awards of around £600, this scheme is open to all students currently studying at the University who have a disability.
|High Achievers Entrance Scholarship||University||No deadline; open-ended award|
£1000 scholarship awarded to reduce tuition fees.
|These scholarships are available to high-achieving students entering the School of Chemical Engineering with the highest tariff points.
|International Achievement Award||University||No deadline; open-ended award|
The scholarships are worth £1,500 They will be awarded as a tuition fee contribution, which will be paid directly to the University of Birmingham on behalf of the award holder.
This award is renewable and to retain the Achievement Scholarship, students must continue to perform at first class level i.e. they must achieve an average mark of at least 70% at the end of each year.
Where an award lapses due to academic criteria not being met, it cannot be reinstated.
|The School of Engineering offers scholarships to international students applying for undergraduate programmes whose fees are not wholly paid by a sponsoring body. These are worth £1,500
|International Chemistry Scholarship||University||No deadline; open-ended award|
This scholarship is valued at £2,000 and will be awarded as a tuition fee contribution which will be paid directly to the School of Chemistry on behalf of the award holder.
This award may be renewed annually subject to the scholars attaining full credits and an overall year mark of 70% or higher.
|Valued at £2000, this scholarship is awarded to overseas students of a high academic standard who have chosen the University of Birmingham as their firm choice to study Chemistry at undergraduate level.
|International Excellence Scholarship||University||No deadline; open-ended award||This scholarship is valued at £1,500 as a tuition fee contribution. This scholarship will be paid directly to the University of Birmingham on behalf of the award holder. |
The International Excellence Scholarship is for year 1 only and is non-renewable.
|The School of Engineering offers scholarships to international students applying for undergraduate programmes whose fees are not wholly paid by a sponsoring body.
|International Excellence Scholarship (Chemical Engineering)||University||No deadline; open-ended award|
The Excellence scholarships are valued at £3,000, which will be offset against the students 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.
|Valued at £3000, this scholarship is awarded as a contribution to the tuition fees of academically outstanding overseas undergraduate students who have successfully applied to study Chemical Engineering at Birmingham.
|Lloyds Scholars Programme||External, University||To be confirmed|
This scheme offers a full package of support, which will include:
- Annual bursaries of £1500 to help with living costs and study materials
- End of course excellence awards for top scholars when you graduate
- Real, hands-on work experience on paid summer internships
- Access to advice and support from a dedicated mentor
- Training and development opportunities
|The University of Birmingham and Lloyds Banking Group are offering UK/EU students from lower income households a package of financial support, paid internships and the opportunity to develop their employability skills.
|Materials Science Entry Scholarship||University||No deadline; open-ended award|
This scholarship awarded as a contribution to tuition fees and is valued depending on A level academic achievement, as follows:
- A*A*A: £3,500
- A*AA: £2,500
– both where the A* grades are in mathematics and/or an experimental science.
- AAA: £1,500 (available to the top 5 AAA students based on entry qualification marks and interview).
|Valued from £1,500 to £3,500 based on A Level performance, this scholarship is awarded as a contribution to tuition fees for undergraduate students commencing their studies in Metallurgy and Materials.