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IEEE Aerospace & Electronics Systems Society Scholarship


January 31, 2024

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The IEEE Aerospace & Electronics Systems Society Scholarship is for studies in Electrical Engineering (Undergraduate) and Systems Engineering (Graduate). Undergraduate Student: Two Annual Awards of $10,000 USD and a certificate. Funds will be paid to the school on behalf of the student. Funded by the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. The award will be presented at an appropriate IEEE AESS conference. Travel assistance for the recipient to attend an awards ceremony is not provided.

    Evaluations will be based on the application and stated financial need. The application shall include an essay on why these fields of study are important and how the applicant could have an impact in these fields. At least 3 letters of recommendation shall be provided, two of which shall be from current or former university professors who taught the applicant or know them personally. 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 (7.5 in select countries) or above. No relatives of current members of the IEEE Board of Directors, the Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society Governing Board, the IEEE AESS Scholarship Committee, or IEEE staff may be candidates or may nominate or endorse candidates for this Scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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