Cranfield University has made available a series of scholarships for the students taking masters degrees in the energy and power. The £10,500 scholarship will cover the full cost of the tuition fees for the successful applicants.
The announcement comes during the University’s annual ‘Green Week’ celebration which highlights the environmental achievements that the university has made in reducing its own carbon footprint and showcases to staff and students how they can help reduce further their impact on the environment.
The university is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions by 50%from its 2005 levels by 2020 .
Professor Phil Hart, director of energy and power at Cranfield University, said, “As well as the steps we are taking to reduce our own carbon footprint, these scholarships are an important part of our contribution to helping the UK achieve ‘net-zero’ by 2050, by supporting some of the UKs next generation of leading engineers and energy entrepreneurs.”