Would you like financial support to study civil engineering?
Why not apply for an ICE Scotland grant?
- Applications are invited from young people applying for a college or university course in civil engineering commencing September/October 2021
- Up to six awards of £4,500 per year are given to young people aged 21 and under, living and studying in Scotland
- Each successful candidate will receive £4,500 per year for a maximum period of four years
- Awards will be given in two equal £2,250 instalments in August and December
The civil engineering qualification studied must be an ICE accredited course – for example: NC, HNC, HND, BSc, BEng, or MEng. Find out more: www.ice.org.uk/coursesearch
Recipients of the award will be expected to commit to a future professional engineering qualification such as EngTech MICE, IEng MICE or CEng MICE.
ICE administer both the Scottish Into Civil Engineering awards as well as the UK-wide QUEST Undergraduate and Technician Scholarships. ICE will only pay one award to any individual student so although you may apply for both, you will have to select the one which you prefer to receive on offer.
The closing date for entry in 2021 is Wednesday 31 March 2021.