As we move to reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly around the globe and work toward ‘net zero’, the need for knowledgeable, highly-trained, highly-skilled managers and engineers in the energy sector has arguably never been greater. Read more Read less
This scholarship is available to exceptional candidates only, and is designed to start you on your journey to making a global level contribution to net zero goals. Supported by industry, you will work closely with our industrial partners on our real-world problems and provide solutions to help meet the global targets.
Early application is recommended, as there are limited numbers of places available.
At a glance
- Funding value£10,825 toward tuition fee (equivalent to full UK student tuition fees).
- Suitable for Applicants fromUK, EU, Rest of World
- Deadline27 Jun 2022
- Funding provider(s)Cranfield Energy and Power in conjunction with industry partners
What it coversScholarships are worth £10,825 toward the course tuition fee.
Who can apply
Applications are open to all extremely high calibre students (minimum 2:1 or equivalent) studying an Energy and Power MSc in 2022/2023 on a full-time basis.
How to apply
You must have an offer of admission on one of the following MSc courses before applying for the scholarship:
- Advanced Chemical Engineering MSc
- Advanced Digital Energy Systems MSc
- Advanced Heat Engineering MSc
- Advanced Mechanical Engineering MSc
- Renewable Energy MSc
To apply for one of our Energy MSc courses, please complete the online application form.
Once you have your six-digit Cranfield application number use the link below to submit your scholarship application.
There will be two application calls. The first deadline will be Monday, 25 April 2022. Further applications will be accepted up until Monday, 27 June 2022. It is recommended that you submit your application at the earliest opportunity. Successful applicants will be notified usually within three weeks after the relevant closing date. Any applicant who is not successful will be automatically considered for a Cranfield Scholarship which allows for smaller awards toward tuition fees.