The programme for this course will begin in September 2022.
The aim of the scholarship – dubbed ‘She/Her=Future Engineer’ is to attract more women into engineering by offering a competitive funding package.
“The engineering industry has told us time and again that there is desperate need for more diversity in the sector. NMITE has pledged to recruit a gender-equal student population, and these scholarships will enable us to attract a wider diversity of undergraduate engineers with greater gender representation,” said NMITE President and CEO Professor Elena Rodriguez-Falcon (pictured).
Note that every student joining NMITE in September 2022, regardless of gender or background, will receive a £2,000 bursary with females receiving a further £3,000.
You can find more information on the Institute’s website.
NMITE saw its first MEng cohort in September 2021, the second joined in January 2022 with another scheduled for September 2022