Access to Masters (ATM) Scholarships 2014



Introduction:

The College of Engineering has scholarships available for students embarking on an MSc course in September 2013 as part of the Access to Masters (ATM) programme.

ATM is a ?20 million initiative aimed at increasing the number of highly skilled workers in Wales. The scholarships are part-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) through the European Union?s Convergence programme administered by the Welsh Government.

Each student will undertake a project assigned to a local company, giving you the opportunity to apply your knowledge within a ‘real life’ business environment and increase your employability.?

Courses offered within the ATM scheme include:

  • MSc Aerospace Engineering
  • MSc Chemical Engineering
  • MSc Computer Modelling and Finite Element in Engineering Mechanics
  • MSc Civil Engineering
  • MSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • MSc Electronics Technology for Sustainable Energy
  • MSc Materials Engineering
  • MSc Nanoscience to Nanotechnology

Candidate eligibility:

Residency

Due to funding restrictions scholarships are available only to new MSc applicants who are UK/EU categorized students.

Academic Criteria

Applicants will need to hold or be expecting to achieve a minimum of a 2.2 honours degree (or equivalent).

Studentship value:

Scholarships will cover the full UK/EU tuition fees, as well as a student living costs award of at least ?5,695 (tax free).

The scholarships are part-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) through the European Union?s Convergence programme administered by the Welsh Government.

Further information:

For more information contact Louise Griffiths: Email: [email protected]

Application closing date:??

The application closing date is Tuesday 1st April 2014.



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