Scholarships and prizes
Please visit the link for Faculty funding opportunities and University of Bristol information.
Paul Dirac scholarship in Electrical and Electronic Engineerin
In honour of the Bristol born Theoretical Physicist Paul Dirac, the Faculty of Engineering hosts an overseas scholarship scheme for academically exceptional students from outside the UK or the EU. You do not need to apply, you will be considered automatically on the basis of your application.
UK Electronics Skills Foundation (UKESF)
The Department is proud to be a member of the UK Electronics Skills Foundation (UKESF).
Except for final year, all students registered on the department degree programmes, are invited to apply to the UKESF Scholarship Scheme. Historically around 30 percent of Bristol applications are successful and the scheme is supported by a wide-range of internationally-leading companies.
Applications must be submitted by the end of October in each academic year.
Please visit the link for information on the E3 Academy Scholarship elegibility, benefits and participating companies.
An annual prize giving cermony is held in the department. These awards cover excellence in academic and project based work as well as contributions to the student and departmental community.
Final year prizes
Boeing Final Year Prize for CSE student
A prize of £500 for the best overall final year project.
IET Final Year Prize
A prize of two years free membership of IET to the most outstanding student
in the final year of an IET accredited degree programme.
Rawcliffe Memorial Prize
A prize of £100 awarded to a final year student for the best project in
A prize of £100 awarded to the final year student with the highest
examination mark not in receipt of any other prize.
Texas Instruments Prize
A prize of £250 awarded to the final year CSE student with the best overall
A Toshiba product awarded to the final year student with an excellent final
year project and examination performance.
Wertheimer Memorial Prize
A prize of £100 awarded to a Final Year student who is considered to have
made the best contribution to the life of the Faculty and of their fellow