- Rewarding excellence - The Lord Mayor of London Scholarship
- School-wide awards
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics
1. Rewarding Academic Excellence - The Lord Mayor of London Scholarship
UK & EU undergraduate students who achieve exceptional grades at 'A' level and International Baccalaureate level (or other relevant qualification) are able to apply for the Lord Mayor of London scholarship, of £2,000 for the 1st year.
2. School-wide Awards
Ludwik Finkelstein Bursary
Named after Professor Ludwik Finkelstein OBE FREng the Ludwik Finkelstein Bursary Fund has been established in honour of Professor Finkelstein's 50 years of service to City, University of London and his outstanding contribution to higher education, specifically his pioneering achievements in teaching and research. The Fund will continue Professor Finkelstein's legacy as one of the University's longest serving and most respected academics.
This bursary is awarded to a student studying measurement and instrumentation control in their 2nd year for both merit and hardship.
The George Daniels Undergraduate Scholarships
The George Daniels Undergraduate Scholarships are supported by The George Daniels Educational Trust, established by Dr George Daniels CBE, a world-renowned horologist and instrument maker and Past Master of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, to honour the scientific legacy of Dr Daniels. He was an alumnus of City, University of London.
There are 5 George Daniels Undergraduate Scholarships awarded each year. Each scholarship is worth up to £9,000.00 per academic year subject to satisfactory completion of each year of the course. The scholarship will be used to pay tuition fees.
Please refer to the terms & conditions for more details on eligibility.
3. Civil Engineering
- Clancy Consulting Prize
- Edward Russell Travel Bursary
- Institution of Civil Engineers Prize
- Noble Denton Prize
- WSP Essay Prize
Clancy Consulting Prize
Clancy Consulting provide a multi-discipline engineering design, building surveying and advisory service across the built environment.
One award given to the best BEng/MEng 3 student in Part 3 Structural Engineering Examination.
The Edward Russell Travel Bursary
The Edward Russell Travel Bursary will generously support an undergraduate Civil Engineering student with a single year bursary of £2,000.
Institution of Civil Engineers Prize
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a registered charity that strives to promote and progress civil engineering.
This award is given to the best student on any Civil Engineering course.
Noble Denton Prize
Noble Denton is a world class technical service provider for the oil and gas industry. They help to design, build, install and operate oil and gas onshore, maritime and offshore assets to ensure safety, sustainability and superior value
One prize is given to the student for the best final year project.
WSP Essay Prize
WSP is a global design engineering and management consultancy specialising in Property, Transport & Infrastructure, Industry and Environment projects. We work with clients worldwide to create built and natural environments for the future.
This is awarded to the student for the best final-year essay.
4. Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
- IET Prize
- Miss Majorie Bell Prizes
- Edward Allibone Prize
- Institute of Measurement and Control London Section Prize for Outstanding Achievement Prize
Applications for the best Electrical and Electronic Engineering student is submitted to the IET for final decision.
Miss Majorie Bell Prizes
Multiple nominations are made for the best female undergraduate students in Electrical, Electronic and Biomedical Engineering students.
Edward Allibone Prize
Named after Professor Thomas Edward Allibone CBE FREng FRS, the Edward Allibone Prize has been established in honour of Professor Allibone's long association with City, University of London. A leading authority on high-voltage physics, a brilliant physicist and engineer, industrialist and inventor Professor Allibone was a Visiting Professor in what is now the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering for nearly 30 years from 1971 and the first Frank Poynton Professor at City, University of London. He was a founding Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and when he died on September 9, 2003 aged 99, he was the last surviving direct colleague of Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics. His published scientific work stretched over a period of 70 years.
Awarded to the best Part 2/3 Electrical and Electronic Engineering student.
- Prizes from the Tanner Memorial Fund
- The Tanner Prize for Computational Mathematics
- The T E Stanley Memorial Prize
Prizes from the Tanner Memorial Fund
Nominations for multiple prizes are made based on academic achievement.
The Tanner Prize for Computational Mathematics
The student with the best overall performance in computational and numerical subjects is nominated for this prize.
The T E Stanley Memorial Prize
Nomination is made for a Part 3 student accepted for higher degree.
6. Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics
- Institution of Mechanical Engineers Prize
- The Coachmakers Sir Frederick Handley Page Scholarship
- Royal Aeronautical Society Prize
- Hudai Toros Scholarship
- Aeronautics Centenary Scholarship
Institution of Mechanical Engineers Prize
The best Mechanical Engineering graduate is nominated for this prize at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
The Coachmakers Sir Frederick Handley Page Scholarship
Three students are shortlisted based on the criteria below The shortlisted students are interviewed by the Coachmakers Company who then makes the final decision with input from the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering:
- MEng level student restricted to the aerospace industry
- Home/UK student
- Meets stipulations for academic merit and financial hardship.
Royal Aeronautical Society
Multiple nominations are made for the best Aeronautical Engineering graduates.