We offer up to 10 scholarships annually for UK students studying one of the BSc or MMath Mathematics degree programmes. The scholarship is a £1,000 cash payment per year for each year of study.
To qualify for the scholarship, you must have A-level grades of at least:
- AAB, with an A in Mathematics or Further Mathematics or achieve
- 34 points from the International Baccalaureate Diploma, including grade
- 7 in higher level Mathematics
College of Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences (CEDPS) Academic Excellence Scholarship Terms and Conditions 2017/8
This scholarship is only available to full-time students and will be in the form of a £2,000 cash award, each year for a maximum of three years, regardless of the reason for repeating a level. The scholarship will only be paid once for each eligible level of study and is subject to meeting progression requirements as shown in section 3 of these Terms and Conditions. A separate scholarship is available during the placement year for those who meet the criteria.
Scholarships will be allocated in August, prior to September entry, to those applicants who meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Must meet the entry criteria for a programme of study within the College of Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences and achieve one of the following qualifications and grades*:
Further information including the precise terms and conditions can be found on the scholarship page. The university also offers other awards and scholarships, which include bursaries to low income students from under-represented categories.
Considering a career in Operational Research? Apply for a £10,000 scholarship towards your Master’s degree
Operational Research (O.R.) is all about applying analytical methods to help make better decisions, and studying its techniques will give you rigorous problem solving skills that can make a real difference to any organisation. From influencing the design of sports stadiums to setting prices of airline tickets, your analysis can make millions of pounds worth of difference to any business.
The OR Society is offering two scholarships worth £10,000 towards tuition fees for the academic year 2017/18 for UK national students.
How to apply:
You must be a UK National and must apply for a Master’s degree where at least 40% of the modules relate to O.R. methods. If you meet these requirements, discuss this scholarship with your chosen university’s admissions officer who can submit an application on your behalf.
Deadlines for applications is 28 February 2017
If you have any questions about the scholarships, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org