If you are interested in a career in the field of engineering and technology, the first difficulty comes when you have to choose amongst the numerous streams namely mechanical, civil, electrical, computer science etc. And to make things even more complicated, you have hundreds and thousands of engineering college. So, how then is one to choose the best?
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The highest engineer qualification in the UK and Ireland is the Chartered Engineer. The qualification which is minimum for gaining chartership in engineering is the Master of Engineering (MEng) in addition to 4–6 years peer reviewed professional practice. In England, Northern Ireland and Wales this is a four-year course or a 'sandwich' five-year course (with one year spent working in industry). In Scotland, it is a five-year course. The Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) is usually a three-year course (four in Scotland), or can also include a year in industry. Many universities offer the BEng, and may then allow a transfer onto the MEng.

Arkwright Scholarships Trust – UK registered charity awarding scholarships to high-achieving first-year university students in engineering in the UK.

IET Awards and Scholarships – various undergraduate and postgraduate engineering scholarships funded by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and awarded to UK engineering students.

IME Scholarships and Awards – mechanical engineering scholarships awarded to UK students of all degree levels from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

Imperial Sir John Cass’s Foundation Lord Mayor’s Scholarship Programme – STEM scholarships offered to science, technology, engineering and mathematics students at Imperial College London in the UK. Open to London residents only (at least one year living within London).

Imperial Thermo Fisher Scholarships – funding offered to undergraduate UK engineering students at Imperial College London.

NI Engineering Scholarship Program – scholarships for engineering students, computer science students and physics students. Sponsored by National Instruments and open to UK students.

QMUL International Science and Engineering Excellence Awards – various UK scholarships for international students to study engineering at Queen Mary University of London in the UK.

QUEST Undergraduate Scholarships from ICE – UK scholarships for civil engineering students on any ICE-accredited degree program in the UK. Sponsored by the UK Institution of Civil Engineers.

University of Strathclyde Engineering Scholarships – wide selection of UK scholarships for engineering students studying at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, UK.

Women’s Engineering Society Awards – various scholarships for women in engineering studying in the UK. To find more scholarships for women in male-dominated industries, visit this article.

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