It is aimed at female students starting the first year of their electronics-related degree in September 20222.
Those selected will receive a £1,500 bursary and can take advantage of a paid summer work placement at Dialog in the summer of 2023, for a minimum period of six weeks. There is also paid-for student membership of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) for the duration of the degree.
Eligibility consists of being a female student due to start an Electronics, or related engineering, course in September, and also having a firm offer to study at one of the UKESF’s partner universities (you can see the full list of partners here).
You apply online for the award and more details can be found on the UKESF website.
Successful candidates will be shortlisted, interviewed and sent provisional offers across May, June and July of this year. The deadline for applications is 10pm on Wednesday 4 May 2022.
Dialog Semiconductor is one of the company sponsors for the UKESF Scholarship Scheme.
See also: WES Annual Conference 2022 has a focus on innovation
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