The DPG Miller Bursary
The DPG Miller Bursary offers a £1,000 bursary to an undergraduate student studying Engineering at Cardiff who is domiciled (outside of their studies) in Malaysia.
The Warrant Officer DPG Miller Bursary was set up by Donald Miller in memory of his late uncle, Donald Philip Glynn Miller (BSc 1940) who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in mining engineering from the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, a founding college of Cardiff University. Tragically, in February 1945 and aged just 24, Warrant Officer Miller was killed while serving with the Tactical Air Force.
The DPG Miller Bursary offers a £1,000 bursary to an undergraduate student domiciled (outside of their studies) in Malaysia who is studying engineering at Cardiff.
How to apply
Eligible applicants will automatically be considered for the bursary.
Criteria and eligibility
Applicants must be resident/domiciled (outside their studies) in Malaysia.
Applicants must be enrolled in Year 1 of the BEng or MEng programme at Cardiff University.
The successful candidate will be chosen based on the best entry qualifications as determined by the School of Engineering's Director of Recruitment and Admissions.
The successful applicant will be determined in week 5 of the autumn semester. The student must be registered on one of the academic school’s programmes by that date.
In the event that there are no suitable new entrants to Year 1, the award will be made to the top-performing student progressing from Year 1 to Year 2.
Conditions of success
The successful candidate will be notified by the School of Engineering.
Payment will be made by bank transfer.
The successful candidate will be contacted by the Development and Alumni Relations department. They will be expected to write a letter of thanks to the donor and provide a non-academic bursary report at a later date (template will be provided).