Joint B.S. in Engineering - Mechatronics Concentration
Trying to make up a list of possible careers in Engineering is impossible, because it’s an endless list.
Engineering scholarships in the Joint Engineering Program are merit-based and are intended to recognize significant academic achievement by students actively following one of NC State’s engineering curricula. These curricula include the joint Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a Concentration in Mechatronics and those of the 2+2 Transfer Program. Students may apply after one year in the Joint Engineering Program.
Submit your scholarship application by April 15 to be considered for an award in the upcoming year.
Fill out the Scholarship Application form and submit it to the address indicated by April 15 to be considered for an award in the upcoming year.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- Award decisions will be communicated as soon as possible.
- Students must submit a new application each spring for consideration in the upcoming academic year.