IEEE Aerospace & Electronic System Society invites applications from qualified Engineering students for 2019 IEEE ASE Engineering Scholarship for studies in Electrical Engineering (undergraduates) and System Engineering (Graduates).
2019 IEEE AES Scholarship Target
The IEEE AES Electrical system Scholarship program are targeted to students pursuing studies in Electrical Engineering Field at the undergraduate level, and system Engineering at the graduate level.
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Eligibility Requirement for IEEE AES Scholarship
The following data are required for the scholarship application
- Applicant Name
- Country, City, State, ZIP/postal code
- College or University
- Field of Study
- Current Undergrad Grade
- Current Grade Point Average.
IEEE AES Scholarship Worth
- $5,000.00 USD to graduate student
- $5,000.00 USD to undergraduate student.
Funds will be paid to the school on behalf of the student.
Who Should Apply for this Scholarship?
- IEEE student members studying electrical/electronics engineering at the
undergraduate level or first professional degree, and systems engineering at the graduate level,
from an accredited university, with no other scholarships and a cumulative grade point average
(GPA) of 2.8 (OR 7.5 in select countries) or above.
Provide statement of financial need, and an essay (1000 to 1,250 words) on why
these three fields of study are important in today’s world. Attach to this document along with 3
letters of reference, two of which must be from current or former professors who have taught
you or know you personally.
Methods of Submission
Application should be submitted to Robert C Rassa, 2260 Engle Rd, Fallston MD 21047, or RCRassa@Raytheon.com no later than 31 December, 2018. Winners will be announced by 15 April 2019.
No relatives of current members of the IEEE Board of Directors, the Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society Governing Board, the IEEE-AES Scholarship Committee, or IEEE staff may be candidates, or may nominate or endorse candidates for this Scholarship.