Thanks to Boeing for the Generous funding towards scholarships, this year we will be awarding 2 scholarships of up to £3000.
The objective of the scheme is to support the future of aeronautics by making financial awards that will enable or assist enterprising individuals or organisations in activities that will benefit and encourage careers or research (including historical research) in the field of aeronautics, astronautics, aerospace and aviation management (hereafter collectively known as ‘aerospace’). The funding is for those who are assessed as being capable of making a real difference and being genuine pioneers of the future.
Applicants should pay particular attention to the aims of the Fund and its themes of: enabling a project or course to be completed, providing essential funding to meet a need; supporting excellence and the prospect of a worthwhile result; supporting the future of aerospace.
Before completing the application, download the Boeing Scholarship Applicant Guidelines and read carefully for further details and eligibility criteria:
To apply for a Boeing Scholarship, download an application form below, complete and return to Careers@aerosociety.com by the deadline date.
All individual applicants and academic research teams will need to provide details for two referees. These two referees will need to provide written references to be sent directly to the RAeS at the address below.
How to submit applications
Applications and references can be submitted by post or email.
Post: Boeing Scholarship Fund, Royal Aeronautical Society, 4 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7BQ, UK
The 2022 applications will be opening soon. All applications and references must be received by the closing to be considered.
If you have any queries about Boeing Scholarships, please contact us at:
T: +44 (0)20 7670 4321
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