IEEE Charles LeGeyt Fortescue Scholarship

🏆 Available:
💰 $24,000
⏳ 05/04

Scholarship Description

The scholarship carries a stipend of up to US$24,000 and is awarded via a trust for which the IEEE Foundation serves as trustee. This scholarship is awarded annually for one year of full-time graduate work in electrical engineering at an engineering school of recognized standing located in the US.

To be eligible, the student must be a resident of the United States of America, have majored in the field of electrical engineering, and have received a bachelor’s degree from an engineering college of recognized standing. The scholarship will be awarded to a first-year, full-time graduate student only. In the event the college is conducting a combined B.S. and M.S. degree program, the student in the penultimate year would be eligible for the award, which would apply in the final year of the program.

The recipient of this scholarship may hold or receive other scholarships for the same academic year. Earnings for work that is directly related to the graduate study is also allowed. This scholarship may be supplemented by the graduate institution with other scholarships, assistantships, or tuition scholarship support in accordance with their internal guidelines for total support. The recipient must pursue full-time graduate work in electrical engineering.

Applicants are required to submit certified transcripts from all colleges/universities attended. Three letters of recommendation from college/university professors who are familiar with the applicant’s work are also required.

All application documentation must be received by the first Monday after 30 April each year.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Award is available to U.S. citizens

Application Requirements

  • Application form required

How To Apply


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Donor: IEEE

A nonprofit, professional association for the advancement of technology. Through its global membership, the IEEE is a leading authority on areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, and electric power