Subject-specific awards

Faculties and Schools across the University have developed a range of subject-specific schemes to support their students.

We're currently in the process of confirming the scholarships and schemes available for 2021 entry. We'll continue to update this page with information when it becomes available.

Faculty of Science and Engineering

The Manchester Science and Engineering International Excellence scholarships

The Manchester Science and Engineering International Excellence scholarships are open to all international fee paying, self-funded students and will be considered based on their UCAS application. The awards are open to those joining any other degree programme registered in the Faculty.

There are 20 competitive awards of £3,000 per year for up to four years of study, awarded to the highest performing applicants within each discipline. Winners will be announced in August. Market specific awards will be made to applicants from India, the Middle East, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Indonesia.

 To be considered for this scholarship, applicants should meet the following criteria:  

  • Be International fee paying, self-funded students.
  • Maintain a 60% average performance each year to qualify for annual payments Offer holders should have chosen Manchester as firm choice
  • Ensure they are fully registered with their Department on an undergraduate degree course as a new student.
  • There will be no separate application form. All international students who are holding an offer of a place within the Faculty at The University of Manchester will be considered for a scholarship.

Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science - The Morton Award for International Excellence

The Morton Award for International Excellence is open to all international fee paying, self-funded students and will be considered based on their UCAS application. The awards are open to those joining any degree programme registered in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science.

A number of competitive awards of £3,000 per year, for up to four years of study will be awarded to the highest performing applicants with an equal allocation between those identifying as female and those identifying as male during the application process.

To be considered for this scholarship, applicants should meet the following criteria: 

  • Be assessed as an International fee paying, self-funded student.
  • Maintain a 60% average performance each year to qualify for annual payments.
  • Ensure they are fully registered with their Department on an undergraduate degree course as a new student.
  • There will be no separate application form. All international students who are holding an offer of a place within the Department of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at The University of Manchester will be considered for a scholarship.

More information

If you're looking for scholarships from one of the other Faculties, they may have more information on their websites. If you're not sure which Faculty your subject falls into, you can check our list of Faculties and Schools