Dialog Award for Female Undergraduates
The Dialog Award for Female Undergraduates is a collaboration between Dialog Semiconductor and the UKESF. The Award supports females who are commencing the first year of their undergraduate studies on Electronics-related degree courses at leading UK universities.
Dialog Semiconductor provides high performance power-saving solutions and works with some of the best household and industry names in the world. Their chips are found in an impressive range of everyday products and they operate from 33 locations in 16 countries.
What you get
- A one-off bursary of £1,500
- A paid summer work placement (min. 6 weeks) with Dialog at end of first year of study
- Paid-for student membership of Women’s Engineering Society (WES) for duration of degree
Dialog Award Eligibility
- Be a female student due to start an Electronics, or related engineering, course in September
- Have a firm offer to study at one of the UKESF’s partner universities (click here and scroll down to see the list)
What happens when
- The application window is from the beginning to the end of June
- Successful candidates will be shortlisted, interviewed and sent a provisional offer during July/August
- Confirm acceptance on degree course at UKESF partner university in August
- Bursaries will be paid in January
- Work placements are arranged for summer
How to Apply
Applications for 2021/22 are now closed.
Email [email protected] to ask to be notified when applications for 2022/23 have been opened (expected June 2022).
Please note that recipients of the Dialog Award for Female Undergraduates are not eligible for UKESF Scholarships or Internships during their first year of study, but may apply for a Scholarship for the second year onwards as long as they meet all of the eligibility criteria. Dialog Semiconductor is one of the company sponsors for the UKESF Scholarship Scheme.
Past Recipients of the Award
2021, Lubabah, Durham University, and Emma, University of Cambridge
2020, Carol and Husna, both Imperial College
2019 Alice, University of Cambridge, and Katie, Imperial College