Global industry leader Siemens offers a significant number of generous Bursaries to full-time applicants who make the University of Lincoln their first choice institution via UCAS.
This scholarship is applicable for Under Graduate Students.
Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering BEng and MEng Students are applicable for this scholarship.
The nature of these financial packages changes each year, but could include a payment each term throughout the course of study to cover living costs, as well as the opportunity to take paid summer work placements with Siemens. Please see examples of the payments below.
Year 1 – £4620 – paid in three instalments
Year 2 – £5280 – paid in three instalments
Year 3 – £5940 – paid in three instalments.
Student must complete an A level or equivalent Degree before apply through UCAS.
Student must maintain following criteria to get this Scholarship :
Students must complete a 12 week work placement during the summer break
Registration with the IMechE or IET whilst on placement and satisfactory completion of quarterly report
Attendance whilst at University must not fall below 90% per term
Academic work must not fall below 2:2 level
Students who leave voluntarily from the business within a two year period must repay the scholarship on a pro rata basis
Students who voluntarily choose not to accept a position on graduation must repay the scholarship.
International students can apply for this scholarship through out the Globe.
Application will be depend on scholarship availability & Admission session of the Year.
How to apply:
Apply as normal through UCAS to the University of Lincoln for one of the BEng or MEng Mechanical Engineering or Electical Engineering courses
When you receive an offer to study with us, accept it as your ‘conditional firm’ choice
You will then receive an application form for the scholarship and an invitation to a Siemens assessment day.
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