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The Queen’s Jubilee Scholarship Trust (QUEST) was set up in 1977 to support and encourage education in civil engineering. There are QUEST scholarship awards available to a wide range of potential and existing members. These awards are supported by members of the ICE and the industry. There are opportunities open for students, graduates, technicians and members alike.
The ICE Graduate and Student group in Kent and East Sussex want to help raise awareness of one of the QUEST awards for students. We have three successful applicants from Kent. They will discuss with you what motivated them to choose to study civil engineering. What is it like to study civil engineering at university and where to find out about some of the fantastic opportunities available including QUEST, the Newnham College competition and the Arkwright Trust
If you are considering starting the first year of a JBM accredited full-time civil engineering degree course in the UK in Autumn 2022. Then you could apply for the ICE QUEST scholarship. This award is worth up to £8,000 with the benefits of early links to potential employers and much, much more. The next application period is coming soon (March/April 2022).
Awarded in 2017, studying MEng Civil Engineering at Nottingham Trent University in final year. Sponsored by Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and completed on-site placements on the London Underground Acton Train Modification Unit and Highways England M27 Smart Motorway Project.
Awarded in 2019, third year MEng Civil Engineering student at University of Sheffield. Sponsored by Mott Macdonald.
Awarded in 2020, second year MEng Civil and Environmental Engineering student at the University of Leeds. Sponsored by the Environment Agency.
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