If you’re working towards top marks in your A-levels, now there’s an added incentive to achieve your very best.
Scholarships for students from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Performance Awards - £1,000
- If you make Queen's your firm choice in your UCAS application, attain a minimum of three ‘A’ grades at A-level (or equivalent) and enrol in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics subject, you will be considered for one of 50 £1,000 scholarships in your first year of study.
- You must enrol on an undergraduate course in the following Schools:
- Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering (Civil Engineering Courses only)
- Biological Sciences
- Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences (Biomedical Sciences Courses only)
- Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
- Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Mathematics and Physics
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- The top 50 students will be selected on academic performance as determined by Queen's Admissions Service.
- The award is subject to successful completion of semester 1 of first year (achieving at least a pass mark in each module studied). Eligible students will therefore receive their scholarships following the publication of semester 1 exam results.
- Students must be enrolling at the University for the first time. Further information about how to apply will be available at enrolment and registration.
Scholarships of up to £2,500 for students from England, Scotland and Wales
If you make Queen's your firm choice and enrol in September 2013, you could receive a merit based scholarship which reduces your tuition fees each year.
|Achieve A, A, B or higher at A-Level
|Achieve A, B, B at A-Level
|Achieve Offer Grade
A-Level Entrance Scholarships
All students entering the University for the first time to undertake a primary degree, and who have achieved at least three ‘A’ grades at A-Level (including AVCEs), are eligible to enter the University’s annual A-Level Entrance Scholarship Competition to receive one (or more) of the following awards:
- David Russell Lappin Scholarship - £600 per annum for 3 years (1 award)
- John Sinclair Porter Scholarship - £600 per annum for 3 years (2 awards)
- Sullivan Scholarship - £1,000 per annum for 3 years (1 award)
- Sullivan (RBAI) Scholarship - £200 per annum for 3 years(1 award)
- Reid-Harwood Scholarship - £800 per annum for 3 years (1 award)
- Megaw Scholarship - £900 (1 award)
- Pakenham Scholarships - £200 per annum for 3 years (2 awards)
- Dunwoody Scholarships - £500 per annum for 3 years (2 awards).
Further details on the criteria for the above scholarships are available.
The recipients will be determined on the basis of their three best A-Level marks. Awards will be made by the University’s Scholarships and Awards Group in November of each year. Payment of scholarships will be made during Semester 2, subject to confirmation of satisfactory performance in Semester 1. Further information about how to apply will be available at enrolment and registration.
If you have any further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.