Metallurgy and Materials International Achievement Scholarships
The Metallurgy and Materials International Achievement Scholarships, for international undergraduate students in programs from Materials Science and Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Nuclear Science and Engineering, allow you to be identified and awarded for your excellent academic accomplishments before coming as a student at the University of Birmingham.
You could either be granted the Achievement Scholarship or Excellence Scholarship, depending on the level of your achievements.
The University of Birmingham, with support from DeepMind, is dedicated to improving accessibility to and improving the diversity of underrepresented groups in computer science.
The University of Birmingham is a public research university situated in Edgbaston, Birmingham, United Kingdom. It received its royal charter in 1900 as a successor to Queen’s College, Birmingham (founded in 1825 as the Birmingham School of Medicine and Surgery), and Mason Science College (established in 1875 by Sir Josiah Mason), making it the first English civic or ‘redbrick university to receive its royal charter. It is a founding member of both the Russell Group of British research universities and the international network of research universities, Universitas 21.
The core campus of the university occupies a site some 3 miles (4.8 km) southwest of Birmingham city center, in Edgbaston. It is arranged around Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower (affectionately known as ‘Old Joe’ or ‘Big Joe’), a grand campanile that commemorates the university’s first chancellor, Joseph Chamberlain. Chamberlain may be measured as the founder of Birmingham University and was largely accountable for the university gaining its Royal Charter in 1900 and for the development of the Edgbaston campus.
The university’s Great Hall is located in the domed Aston Webb Building, which is called after one of the architects the other was Ingress Bell. The initial 25-acre (100,000 m2) spot was given to the university in 1900 by Lord Cal Thorpe. The grand buildings were a result of the £50,000 given by steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie to establish a “first-class modern scientific college” on the model of Cornell University in the United States. Funding was also provided by Sir Charles Holcroft.
The faculty and staff members associated with the university include Nobel laureates Sir Norman Haworth (Professor of Chemistry, 1925–1948), Sir Peter Medawar (Mason Professor of Zoology, 1947–1951), John Robert Schrieffer (NSF Fellow at Birmingham, 1957), David Thouless, Michael Kosterlitz, and Sir Fraser Stoddart.
Physicists include John Henry Poynting, Freeman Dyson, Sir Otto Frisch, Sir Rudolf Peierls, Sir Marcus Oliphant, Sir Leonard Huxley, Harry Boot, Sir John Randall, and Edwin Ernest Salpeter. Chemists include Sir William A. Tilden. Mathematicians include Jonathan Bennett, Henry Daniels, Daniela Kühn, Deryk Osthus, Daniel Pedoe, and G. N. Watson. In music, faculty members include the composers, Sir Edward Elgar and Sir Granville Bantock. Geologists include Charles Lapworth, Frederick Shotton, and Sir Alwyn Williams. In medicine, faculty members include Sir Melville Arnott and Sir Bertram Windle.
The Metallurgy and Materials International Achievement Scholarships consist of a £1500 tuition fee discount or cash transfer in each year of your undergraduate degree for all students who meet the standards below.
The Metallurgy and Materials International Excellence Scholarship consist of a £3000 tuition fee discount or cash transfer during the first year of your undergraduate degree for all students who meet the standards below.
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Eligibility for the Metallurgy and Materials International Achievement Scholarships
- Obtain the following results or comparable in other qualification systems*
- A-Levels AAB
- IB: 6, 6, 5 from Higher Levels
- HKDSE: 5, 5, 4
- Indian Standard XII ISC, CBSE, Maharashtra 80% overall
- Indian Standard XII West Bengal: 75% overall
- Indian Standard XII Other State board: 85% overall
- Malaysian STPM: Grades equivalent to A level grades above
- Your fees are not wholly paid by a sponsoring body
- Be categorized as international for fees on your acceptance to the university.
- Be admitted to one of the following courses for year 1 entry in 2022 after placing it as the firm choice in UCAS:
How to Apply for the Metallurgy and Materials International Achievement Scholarships
No application is needed, all those who meet the conditions above will be contacted by the end of welcome week 2022.
The application deadline for this scholarship is not specific but the application is ongoing.
The application deadline for this scholarship is July 1, 2022.
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