University Foundation Programme – UFP

Engineering & Computing scholarship

Laura Lancaster - Oct 29, 2021

Do you aspire to great things in engineering or computing? Could you be the next Steve Jobs, Elon Musk or Ada Lovelace?


Students keen to join UFP’s Engineering & Computing pathway have the chance for up to £3000 off foundation course fees thanks to an academic scholarship.

It is part of our commitment to STEM subjects.  Supporting students in these specialisms is very important to us. So we want to hear from all those bright minds out there who dream of being the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow.  

Like UFP, UK universities are strongly supporting engineering applications, with many offering part scholarships too.    

We would love to hear from as many female applicants as possible. Follow the link here to find out more about the scholarship and how to apply:  https://ufp.uk.com/course/foundation-engineering-computing/ 

Enrol in our January 2022 intake for a chance to be eligible for the scholarship.

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