IET Diamond Scholarships
Previously supporting students working towards a career in engineering, the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship offered funding of up to £4,000, free membership to the IET and Professional Development Support.
This scholarship has now come to an end.
IET Horizons Bursary
Previously supporting students and apprentices working towards a career in engineering who experienced financial difficulties and personal obstacles, the Engineering Horizons Bursary offered funding of up to £4,000, free membership to the IET and Professional Development Support.
This bursary has now come to an end.
Currently a recipient of a Scholarship or Bursary?
If you are a student or apprentice currently receiving a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship or an Engineering Horizons Bursary, our support is still available to you. To get in touch with any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com in the normal way.
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Being a student and studying engineering at university can be tough but we have all the tools, support and resources to help you succeed.
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Donors
- Belling Charitable Settlement
- Janet Firmin Memorial Fund
Engineering Horizons Bursary Donors
- Arm Ltd
- Chemring Group Plc
- Past Presidents Partnership
- Past Presidents Partnership – supported by Sir Robin Saxby
- Professor & Mrs Weiss
- Sir George Buckley and Stanley Black & Decker
- The Engineers Trust
- The Janet Firmin Memorial Fund
- The Manly Trust
- Mr and Mrs Tubbs