Scholarships

As a faculty, we offer a range of scholarships designed to support you throughout your studies. Discover more about each of our scholarships, see if you’re eligible and find out how to apply.

As a faculty, we offer a range of scholarships designed to support you throughout your studies. Discover more about each of our scholarships, see if you’re eligible and find out how to apply.

Central England Co-operative Scholarship

Are you a female computing student? You could be eligible to apply for a scholarship fund of up to £3000 with the Central England Co-operative Ltd.

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Building Birmingham
Scholarship

If you are aged 16-24 and interested in studying a Built Environment course. You could be eligible for a scholarship of up to £9,500.

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Richardson Brothers Foundation Scholarship

Are you a current Master’s student with us? You could be eligible to apply for a bursary of up to £5,000 and gain a paid 2 week internship

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Women in Science & Engineering Bursary

The engineering profession needs more women. If you’re a female interested in studying engineering, you could be awarded a WISE bursary of £1,000.

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Travel
Scholarship

International experiences not only support your personal development but also build your professional skills and improve your employability.

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Millennium Point Scholarship

If you’re a Year 13 student based in the West Midlands and plan to study any of the courses within our faculty, you could apply for financial support.

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Meet or Beat
scholarship

We want all our students to achieve their full potential. All you need to do is Meet or Beat our published entry requirements to be eligible.

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David Bucknall Scholarship

This Scholarship lets you benefit from £11,000 towards the cost of studying for a BSc/BEng in a property/construction-related course.

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£150 Credit

£150 Credit
Scholarship

New Home and EU undergraduate degree students enrolling in the 2020/21 or 2021/22 academic year £150 credit to spend.

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