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Scholarships in Electrical Engineering

Nature volume 143, page 596 (08 April 1939) | Download Citation

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APPLICATIONS, which must be received not later than April 15, are invited for the following scholarships awarded by the Institution of Electrical Engineers: Duddell Scholarship (£150 per annum, tenable for three years), open to British subjects less than nineteen years of age on July 1, 1939, who wish to take up a whole-time day course in electrical engineering; Ferranti Scholarship (£250 per annum, tenable for two years), open to British subjects less than twenty-six years of age on July 1, 1939, who are students or graduates of the Institution and have been such for not less than two years, who desire to carry out whole-time research or postgraduate work of an electrical engineering nature; Swan Memorial Scholarship (£120, for one year), open to British subjects less than twenty-seven years of age on July 1, 1939, who have completed a recognized course in electrical engineering or science of at least three years, and who desire to carry out whole-time research or postgraduate work of an electrical engineering nature; Silvanus Thompson Scholarship (£100 per annum and tuition fees, tenable for two years) for works employees who are the sons of parents of limited means, open to British subjects less than twenty-two years of age on July 1, 1939; the successful candidate will be required to make up a whole-time day course in electrical engineering at an approved university or technical college. Further information can be obtained from the Secretary, Institution of Electrical Engineers, Savoy Place, London, W.C.2.

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