Thank you for your interest in this years Millennium Point Scholarship. Unfortunately applications are now closed for this year. Stay in touch with news on the 2022 Scholarship by visiting our website.
Apply for the Millennium Point Scholarship and you could win your tuition fees fully paid for your undergraduate degree. Choose from over 20 courses in computing, digital technology, engineering and construction at Birmingham City University. Runners up will receive a range of benefits and support that develop your core skills and create opportunities to help you kick start your career in science, technology, engineering and maths.
To apply you must be 17 or over and live in the West Midlands Combined Authority. This must be your first undergraduate degree and should be started in September 2021. For more information see our “help applying” page.
You’ll need to meet the below criteria:
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Applications close on the 28th February 2021
It’s a two-stage application starting with the completion of the application form followed by an assessment day in March. The winner will be awarded a trophy and a scholarship which pays for their tuition fees at Birmingham City University’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built-Environment.
It’s not just about the winner, If you make it to the final you will receive workshops that develop your employment, leadership and interview skills, public speaking and presentation training. We will also provide skills coaching and look for opportunities for work placements, mentorship and introductions to leaders in your chosen subject. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain from this life-changing opportunity.
Below is a list of courses that is eligible to be funded by the Millennium Point Trust Scholarship (hover the over faculty image if on desktop). If you do not see your course listed, then it is likely that it is not eligible to receive our funding, but you can check by visiting the Birmingham City University’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment page.