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IET Awards

Awards, prizes and scholarships within engineering and technology

Other IET Awards


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£1,000 per year for apprentices in first year of an IET Approved Apprenticeship Scheme and students starting their first year of an IET accredited degree course with BTEC, HNC, HND and similar entry qualifications.


More about Engineering Horizons Bursary

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One scholarship of £3,000 per year available to students commencing an IET accredited engineering degree at at Cardiff University.





More about IET Welsh scholarship

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Already started your doctorate degree? Apply for a scholarship worth up to £10,000.






More about  Postgraduate scholarships

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Approximately 100 scholarships of at least £1,000 per year are available to UK students with A levels, Highers or Advanced Highers staring in first year of an IET accredited agree course in the UK.


 Find out about Diamond Jubilee scholarships

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Ten grants of £1,000 available for students starting the final year of an IET accredited degree course in the UK.






Find out about the IET Grants

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These awards are to acknowledge notable academic achievement and to award excellence in the areas of healthcare or biomedical engineering or control and automation.


Find out more about IET Prizes

International scholarships



2016 Key dates


Undergraduate Grant
Applications and References:
30 June 2016, 17:00 (BST)
Receipt of Transcripts:
29 July 2016, 17:00 (BST)

Diamond Jubilee Scholarships:
25 August 2016, 17:00 (BST)

Engineering Horizons Bursary Applications:
13 October 2016


Postgraduate (if short listed):
1 June 2016 in London

Diamond Jubilee scholarship (if short listed for Belling or Royal Commission of 1851 Scholarships):
November 2016