Prizes

Our annual prize ceremony recognises and celebrates student talent and contributions. Many awards are supported by key players in the sector.

Final year prizes

  • Boeing Final Year Prize for CSE student - A prize of £500 for the best overall project.
  • IET Final Year Prize - two years free membership of IET to the most outstanding student on an IET accredited degree programme.
  • Rawcliffe Memorial Prize - £100 for the best project in Electrical Engineering.
  • Sander Prize - £100 to the student with the highest examination mark not in receipt of any other prize.
  • Texas Instruments Prize - £250 for the CSE student with the best overall performance.
  • Toshiba Prize - A Toshiba product awarded for excellence in project and examination performance.
  • Wertheimer Memorial Prize- £100 for the best student contribution to the life of the Faculty and fellow students.

Paul Dirac scholarship in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

In honour of the Bristol born Theoretical Physicist Paul Dirac, the Faculty of Engineering makes a £500 award to academically exceptional overseas students from outside the UK or the EU. Potential candidates are considered automatically on the basis of thier applications.

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Scholarships

Bristol is the only university offering both the UK Electronics Skills Foundation and the E3 Academy Scholarship. These schemes make a significant contribution towards costs and fees for Electrical and Electronic Engineering students.

Useful links

University of Bristol - Fees and funding database and Funding undergraduate study.

The Engineering Faculty Industrial Liaison Office  connects students with industry.

More about our Links with industry.

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