Heading for university to study engineering? You could win a £3,000 bursary from The REACT Foundation plus an extra £1,000 for those studying Mechanical Engineering courtesy of IMechE West Cumbria Branch.
If you are planning to head for university, why not apply for the REACT Foundation Bursary Award - The Foundation will pay you up to £3,000 in cash, - all you have to do is write a short personal statement (you have probably written this already for your UCAS form).
In addition IMechE West Cumbria branch has offered a bursary of £1,000 to a student heading for university to study mechanical engineering. There is no extra work involved. If you plan on studying Mechanical Engineering at university just put 'Yes' into the Mechanical bursary award options box on the Application form.
Please note that The REACT Foundation will approach your school for a reference to support your application.
Here in West Cumbria we have some very good young engineers. We hope to encourage them to study, gain their degree and return to the area to develop their careers. As a result of a recent survey of young West Cumbrian engineers, the Board of Trustees has found one of the biggest concerns about going off to university is the high costs of fees.
We need to help and encourage these vibrant, ambitious and bright engineers to bring home their potential and create opportunities to really make a difference to themselves and society
Pete Woolaghan, Chairman of The REACT Foundation
The REACT Foundation Bursary Award is a £3000 cash prize which will be presented to a West Cumbrian A-level student planning on studying an engineering related subject at university.
The student must be planning to study engineering, maths or a science at university and receipt of the prize will depend upon the student being successful at gaining a place on a course once A-Level results are released. The application is an online form which includes a short personal statement. The Foundation trustees will review the applications and select a winner.
The student’s school will also receive the School’s Trophy in recognition of it producing the winning candidate.
The IMechE also sponsor a £1000 prize which any student planning on studying mechanical engineering can apply for. They simply need to put “Yes” in the Mechanical Bursary Awards option box.
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