Awarded to interested and eligible students to study Civil Engineering in the United Kingdom yearly. There are 6 annual QUEST awards with their own purpose and entry requirements. Some of the award categories are currently open for applications.
QUEST helps with funding for civil engineers at all levels. Most importantly it helps encourage new talent into the profession who in turn can go out and improve the world around us.
QUEST AWARD CATEGORIES:
1. UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
Students due to start the first year of a JBM accredited full-time civil engineering degree course in the UK.
Worth up to £8,000 plus early links to potential employers
2. TECHNICIAN SCHOLARSHIP
Students on or due to start further or higher education courses that could lead to becoming a professionally qualified ICE technician (EngTech).
Worth up to £1,000 plus early links to potential employers
3. ELOISE PLUNKETT AWARD
Newly professionally qualified female members (CEng, IEng or EngTech) based in the UK and undertaking a project abroad with a civil engineering focus.
Worth up to £2,500
4. TRAVEL AWARD
Graduate or professionally qualified members (CEng, IEng or EngTech – individuals or groups) with 2 years membership who are travelling abroad for civil engineering related projects or activities.
Worth up to £1,500 for individuals and £6,000 for groups
5. KENNETH WATSON TRAVEL AWARD
Student members (individuals or groups) in their first year of studying in the UK but who are travelling abroad to take part in civil engineering related projects or activities.
Worth up to £1,500 for individuals and £4,500 for groups
6. CONTINUING EDUCATION AWARD
Graduates and professionally qualified members (CEng, IEng or EngTech) with over 2 years work experience looking to start a course to support their professional qualification and progress.
Worth up to £1,000
To apply for QUEST awards for Civil Engineering study in UK, you need to visit the official funding page and select the category of the award that suits your study level for details on how to apply.