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Undergraduate study

Dr Ken Home scholarship

£3,250 across your programme of study

If you are a local student, applying to a full-time engineering-related undergraduate course, you could be eligible for this award.

Dr Ken Home is an honorary graduate of Teesside University - he was awarded a Doctorate in Business Administration in 2013. He attended Victoria Road School and, while an apprentice draftsman with Dorman Long, he studied at Constantine College, which later became Teesside University. He is founder of K Home International Ltd - a multidiscipline engineering design service, celebrating 40 years of successfully delivering engineering projects throughout the world.

This scholarship is aimed at students who may face financial difficulty during their studies at Teesside University. In the interest of selecting applicants who will benefit most from this scholarship, consideration will be given to the financial circumstances demonstrated in your application statement, as well as to other applicant data available to the University.

To apply you must:

  • Choose Teesside University as your firm choice with UCAS on a full-time Engineering Programme for 2022 entry
  • The Candidates must live or have lived for a substantial proportion of their lives in the Tees Valley
  • The Candidates must have selected Teesside University as their first choice destination on their UCAS application form
  • You must outline your financial circumstances and how the scholarship funds will enable your studies within your application statement.

How to apply

Eligible students will be invited to apply in October 2022.