AMEC is a focused supplier of high-value consultancy, engineering and project management services to the world's energy, power and process industries.

With annual revenues of over £2.3 billion, they design, deliver and maintain strategic and complex assets for their customers. AMEC employs over 22,000 people in more than 30 countries globally. As an international organisation and world leader, working on a vast range of exciting projects within a range of disciplines and locations, they know the importance of recruiting and developing the best people.

The Scholarship

The AMEC Scholarship offers one student an award of £2,000 in years two, three and four as well as paid summer placements and a job interview at graduation.

The award is performance linked and students must progress on to a MEng programme after their second year of study.

Students enrolled in their second year of the course listed below are eligible to apply.

Additional features of the AMEC Engineering Scholarship:

  • Financial Support as detailed above.
  • Salary paid during placement.
  • Opportunity to receive mentoring from AMEC staff.
  • Skill & Competency Development.
  • Provision of an industrial-focussed project.
  • Invitations for scholars to relevant events.

Eligible Courses

The AMEC Scholarship is open to second year students on the following full-time MEng degree programme:

How to Apply

The selection process begins with students completing an online application form, which will be reviewed by AMEC personnel who will then short list a group of suitable candidates. The award winner will be selected from amongst this group of students.

Renewal of the award after each year is dependant on continued good academic performance.

Application forms for the Scholarship can be downloaded below:

Completed application forms should be submitted to

The closing date for applications is 26 October 2015. All applications must be received by that date in order to be considered for the scholarship.

“By working closely with businesses in the energy sector, the University has established a reputation for producing ‘industry-ready’ graduates”

Professor Iain Steel Head of the School of Engineering

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