This is a merit-based scholarship for applicants to City's postgraduate Engineering degrees. It is automatically offered to applicants with an undergraduate degree in Engineering from City, University of London.
City Star Scholarship
- From 25% of your fees up to 35%
The City Star Scholarship will take the form of a fee waiver applied against the last payable instalment in any academic year. The level of scholarship is determined by the degree classification obtained by the student in their undergraduate programme of study. The scholarship is only open to engineering undergraduate students from City, University of London taking one of the following master’s engineering programme at City, University of London: • MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering • MSc Civil Engineering Structures • MSc Construction Management • MSc Energy & Environmental Technology & Economics • MSc Maritime Operations & Management • MSc Project Management, Finance & Risk • MSc Renewable Energy & Power Systems Management • MSc Temporary Works and Construction Method Engineering • MSc Air Safety Management • MSc Air Transport Management • MSc Aircraft Maintenance Management • MSc Airport Management • MSc Robotics, AI and Autonomous Systems.
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If you accept a place on any of our engineering master's degrees, you will be awarded a scholarship according to the degree classification you attain in your undergraduate degree: • First Class Honours: you will receive a scholarship equal to 35% of your fees • Upper-second Class Honours: you will receive a scholarship equal to 30% of your fees • Lower-second Class Honours: you will receive a scholarship equal to 25% of your fees.
The City Star Scholarship will be awarded automatically once you have accepted an offer of a place on one of our engineering programmes and your degree results have been confirmed. There is no need to apply separately.