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ICE QUEST undergraduate scholarship opportunities

Event organised by ICE

Date
19 February 2024
Time
18:00 - 19:00 GMT
Location
Online

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Overview

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. It is for students who are due to start the first year of a JBM accredited full-time civil engineering degree course in the UK. 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 will open March 2024.
 
We have two successful applicants from Kent to tell you more about this fantastic opportunity. They will be able to advise on the following:

  • What the scholarship offers
  • The experience of being a QUEST scholar
  • The application process and interview day
  • Choosing a sponsor company, contracting vs consulting

There will also be opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the scholarship, applications, or civil engineering as a career choice.

This event is hosted by the ICE Kent and East Sussex Early Careers Committee.

Speakers

Amy Thomas

Amy Thomas

University of Bath

undergraduate

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Amy Thomas

Awarded in 2020, fourth year MEng civil engineering student at the University of Bath. Sponsored by Tony Gee and partners, Amy has completed a summer placement in highways and an industrial placement year in rail.

For more information please contact:

Kirsty Joyce

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