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Accu Launches Student Scholarships To Support Engineers Of Tomorrow

Accu Scholarships Update - September 2023

Following the enormous success of our first round of funding (April to September 2023) we're excited to announce that our new round of funding is available from Thursday 21st September 2023 at 09:00am. Apply now for the Accu Scholarships using the links below.

How To Apply For The Accu Scholarship

Eligibility Criteria

  • Students must be pursuing an undergraduate degree or postgraduate degree (depending on which scholarship they’re applying for) in a relevant engineering subject
  • Students must be studying a full-time degree
  • Students must be UK-based and paying domestic fees

Award Outcome

  • The top applicant (as decided by Accu) will receive £1,500

Eligible candidates can apply for the Accu Building Tomorrow scholarships here:

Apply For The Accu Undergraduate Scholarship

Apply For The Accu Postgraduate Scholarship

For further information about Accu’s scholarship program, please see the full terms and conditions on the application pages, or contact Blackbullion at [email protected]

Accu is excited to announce the launch of our new scholarship program ‘Building Tomorrow’. Built to offer prospective - and current - university students the opportunity to take their engineering careers to the next level, our new scholarships will provide substantial financial support to help them during their studies.

From Sponsoring University Teams To Building Tomorrow

Empowering innovation and progress is at the heart of everything we do. For years we have supported students who share our passion for engineering, helping them to develop their skills across multiple disciplines, including Aerospace, Motorsport and Hyperloop transportation.

From working closely with student-led teams competing in established contests such as the iMechE Formula Student competition, to presenting guest lectures on high performance fasteners at universities, Accu is proud to support the engineers and leaders of tomorrow.

That's why we've created the ‘Building Tomorrow’ scholarship program, to help with funding for engineering degrees, so students can focus on advancing and deepening their knowledge in their chosen field.

Current FSUK Champions UGRacing Team Are Sponsored By Accu

How Accu Will Support Undergraduates And Postgraduates

We've teamed up with Blackbullion, a leading financial wellbeing platform for young people, to offer 2 scholarships; one for Undergraduate and one for Postgraduate Engineering Students.

The ‘Building Tomorrow’s Visionaries’ scholarship is designed to help kickstart the prospective careers of undergraduate engineers, whilst the ‘Building Tomorrow’s Leaders’ award will provide a funding boost to engineers working on their postgraduate studies.

Accu scholarship winners will also receive £100 credit for use at to purchase components needed to build any equipment, create working prototypes or to complete assemblies for their own personal projects.

On top of this, the award winners may be offered paid internship opportunities, to gain hands-on experience within the industry and learn how Accu utilises the latest Industry 4.0 technology to support innovators with rapid delivery of components.

Why Is Accu Launching A Scholarship?

On launching our new scholarship program, Alastair Morris, UK Managing Director of Accu said “At Accu, we have created an inspiring workplace that encourages everyone to learn, innovate and grow. Now we want to extend those efforts further, by supporting the next generation of engineers with the funding and hands-on work experience opportunities they need to kick start their careers.”

“We want to make sure that the brightest minds have the resources they need to pursue their dreams and become the innovators and problem solvers of the future. That’s why we’re excited to announce the Accu scholarship program. Together, we're building tomorrow.”

Alastair Morris - Managing Director (UK) at Accu