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The Dean’s International Scholarship for Dean’s International Scholarship for Electronic and Electrical Engineering 2023/24

Open for applications



No separate scholarship application is required.
Open for applications
Undergraduate, Postgraduate
No separate scholarship application is required.
No separate scholarship application is required.

Award details

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering was formally established and recognised as a key engineering Department within the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences in 2020. Therefore, we are happy to continue the Scholarship for Electronic and Electrical Engineering undergraduate and postgraduate courses for 2023/24.

This scholarship is only available to full-time international students and will only be paid once for each eligible level of study, subject to meeting progression requirements.

Value: £2,000 fee waiver per academic year.

How many: 70 scholarships.

A maximum of 70 scholarships are available for September 2023 entry:

  • 20 per programme for BEng/Meng Electronic and Electrical Engineering and BEng Computer Systems Engineering.
  • 10 per programme for MSc Sustainable Electrical Power and MSc Wireless and Computer Communication Networks.
  • 10 for new MSc Electric Vehicle Systems.

Application process: No separate scholarship application is required. Applicants should apply for the programmes in the usual way, via UCAS or via the Brunel online application portal. Scholarship eligibility will be automatically considered and the scholarship will be awarded on a first come, first served basis.

Deadlines: The College will consider applicants for the scholarship until early August 2023. Once all scholarships have been allocated, the College will put prospective students on a waitlist for consideration.

Successful applicants will be contacted by the Department in September.


To be eligible for a Dean’s Scholarship an applicant must apply for and fulfil the entry criteria for admission to the following courses:

  • Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering:
    • BEng Computer Systems Engineering
    • BEng/MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering
    • MSc Sustainable Electrical Power
    • MSc Electric Vehicle Systems
    • Be in receipt of an offer to study on one of the above programmes starting in September 2023.
  • Be classed as an Overseas fee paying student based on the UK government regulations. Applicants who are unsure of their fee status should note Brunel uses the information you have provided in your application form to assess your fee status against regulations set by the UK government. For information on these regulations please visit the independent organisation UKCISA’s website.
  • Be in receipt of an Unconditional Firm offer of place by the time Scholarships are confirmed in September.

Those not eligible for these Scholarships

  • Applicants NOT classed as Overseas for fees purposes based on UK government regulations, or those with an unresolved fee status. For 2023/24 entry, this includes applicants classed as European by Brunel University London who are already in receipt of reduced fees so are not eligible for this scholarship.
  • Applicants holding an offer on a course other than those stated above.
  • Applicants who will NOT commence their course in September 2023 - applicants holding offers for deferred entry must apply for scholarships in the month and year they intend to start their course and not in the year of their course application.
  • Applicants entering a course with the Brunel Language Centre (BLC).


The fee waiver will be added to the applicants record in September 2023, or just prior to Registration.

The scholarship does not replace the deposit of £5,000. Scholarship winners will still need to pay the £5,000 deposit for their course in order to receive an unconditional offer and a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) and will be responsible for paying the remainder of their full tuition fee.

Data pertaining to bursary holders such as: progression rates, degree attainment, degree completion and graduate outcomes may also be analysed in order to understand the effectiveness of bursaries and scholarships. This data may also be linked to other data already held by the University for the purpose of better understanding the impact of bursaries and scholarships on under-represented groups. To learn more about how the University uses data to support its commitment to delivering positive outcomes to students from under-represented groups please visit our webpage.

Scholarship awards are decided by the Scholarship Allocation Panel and all decisions are final. The University will not accept any appeals in respect of the decisions made by the Panel.

Any queries relating to these terms and conditions should be addressed to the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering by emailing the Admissions Tutor Dr Konstantinos Banitsas on

Updated 23 March 2023