As a department, CEGE is always keen to encourage, develop and reward excellence in our students. Check this page to see which scholarship and funding opportunities you may be eligible for.
Please note, most scholarships have deadlines many months before the academic year starts. It is best to plan ahead when you are considering applying to study with us.
It is worth checking to see whether your country's government offers sponsorship or loan schemes for your study.
If no specific opportunities relating to your chosen degree are listed below, check the UCL scholarships and funding website - this contains options relevant to all levels of study.
- Errol Yarimer Scholarship in Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Errol Yarimer Scholarship in Civil and Environmental Engineering may be awarded in each session. The Scholarships are awarded by Council on the recommendation of the Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering.
The Scholarships are awarded to a student domiciled in the UK applying for BEng and MEng undergraduate degree programmes in the Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, and are tenable for the duration of a continuous full-time course of study.
The value of the Scholarships are £500 per annum in year 1, £300 per annum in year 2, and £200 per annum in year 3.
The Scholarships are competitive and will be awarded to an undergraduate student from a low-income household on the basis of outstanding academic achievement or potential.
Candidates must send a letter of application to arrive no later than 31st July, providing a brief explanation of why they are applying and a copy of their financial assessment letter from their Local Education Authority, confirming that they are exempt from payment of tuition fees. The letters must be sent to:
Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering
University College London
A minimum of three A grades at A-level or equivalent is required. Applicants should already have been offered a place at UCL and should have firmly accepted that offer or be intending to do so. Accepting UCL as an insurance offer does not satisfy the conditions relating to this scholarship.
The qualifications and backgrounds of candidates are considered by the Head of the Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering in accordance with the regulations above. Selection normally takes place in late August after the publication of A-level results.
The Scholarships may be terminated at any time when an unsatisfactory progress report is received from the Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering or if the conditions for the award of the scholarship (as stated above) are no longer satisfied. For the purpose of these scholarships, "satisfactory progress" has been determined as maintaining a standard equivalent to an upper second class degree throughout the course of study.
Payment of the Scholarship is normally made in a single instalment payable on 1st October.
The College reserves the right to vary these regulations should it become necessary to do so.
Awards are subject to the provisions of the UCL Academic Manual.
- The Burma Star Scholarship at UCL - open to eligible Engineering for International Development MSc students.
- The Skutsch Family Bursary - open to any eligible UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering (CEGE) final year undergraduate or graduate, with an unconditional offer to study a CEGE postgraduate taught programme full time.
- For general opportunities, please visit the UCL scholarships and funding website.
Please visit our Vacancies page for further information on CEGE postgraduate research funding opportunities.