The University of Surrey was established on September 9, 1966, with the funding of its Royal Charter, its roots go back to a late 19th-century concern to provide greater access to more and higher education for the poorer residents of London.

Since the university was founded in the 1960s, and before that at Battersea College, the community thrived through strong connections and collaboration with the outside world. And formed close partnerships with other institutions and businesses, attainment across geographic boundaries, and used those relationships to bring potential to life.

The university is a member of the Association of MBAs and is one of four universities in the University Global Partnership Network. It is also part of the SET squared partnership along with the University of Bath, the University of Bristol, the University of Southampton, and the University of Exeter. The university’s foremost campus is on Stag Hill, close to the center of Guildford and adjacent to Guildford Cathedral. Surrey Sports Park is located at the nearby Manor Park, the university’s secondary campus. The University of Surrey had the 14th highest average UCAS Tariff for new entrants among British universities in 2015.

New applicants entering the university in 2015 had the 14th uppermost UCAS Points in the UK at 438 points (the equal of AAB at A-Level and BB at AS Level). Rendering to the 2017 Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, approximately 8% of Surrey’s undergraduates come from sovereign schools.

For the 2016/17 academic year, the university has a higher proportion of female than male students with a male to female ratio of 45:55 in the population. The undergraduate student body is composed of 73% from the UK, 11% from the EU, and 16% from outside of the EU. More students graduate from Surrey with a First Class Honors degree (44.4%) than with a 2:1 degree (40.9%), placing it second amongst normal British universities by the proportion of First Class degrees awarded.

The university has steadily been in the top 60 of the three main ranking compilations of universities in the United Kingdom, placing it 39th in The Times and Sunday Times, 34th in The Good University Guide, and The Complete University Guide 54th in The Guardian University Guide for 2021. International statuses have seen a steady development for the past five years. Subjects rated in the top 20 include Hospitality & Leisure Management and Petroleum engineering. The university was graded 7th in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018. In 2019, Surrey was graded 161-170th in the QS World Employability Rankings, 1st in the UK, and 12th in the world for research partnerships with employers.

Worth of ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship

All successful candidates of The ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship 2022 For Students Entry will get £2,000 from the University of Surrey.

Eligibility for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship

  • Applicants of ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship 2022 must have an offer letter for a bachelor’s or masters in civil engineering offered at the University of Surrey to avail of this scholarship.
  • Students applying for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship 2022 can be both international and domestic students can avail of this scholarship.
  • Candidates applying for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship 2022 must surpass the admission requirements set by the University.

How to Apply for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship

Are you interested and qualified for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship? Go to the link below to see how to apply for the scholarship.

Please fill in our Surrey/ICE Scholarship application form to apply for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship. All applicants will be notified by the end of March to know if they have been selected for an interview.

Deadline for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship

The application deadline for ICE Bachelors and Masters Scholarship is March 18, 2022.

If you are not interested in this particular scholarship see other UK Scholarships here