We are here to help financially aid engineers of the future
The Trust is a private bursary scheme established in 2010 to provide financial support to students from the two high schools in Clydebank (Clydebank High School and St. Peter the Apostle High School) to study engineering at the University of Glasgow or the University of Strathclyde.
The Trust is a Scottish Charity, registered with OSCR (the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator).
The purpose of the Trust is to:
Provide financial support to students from Clydebank High School and St. Peter the Apostle High School who have been accepted on a full time engineering degree course at the University of Glasgow or the University of Strathclyde.
Encourage students at the two high schools to enter into engineering degree courses at Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities.
Assist students at the schools who may find it difficult to accept a place at university for financial or other reasons.
Graduated and Now Employed in Engineering
"The Titan Engineering Trust has provided me with an amazing opportunity to make the most of my time at University. I have been able to take part in societies and interships that otherwise I would not have been able to complete. Having financial stress taken off me has made University a more enjoyable and optimistic experience as I have been able to focus more on the future rather than worrying about the present. I would like to thank The Titan Engineering Trust for their continued support throughout my studies and would encourage anyone considering applying to go for it!" St Peter’s the Apostle High School former Pupil who is now completing her MEng at Strathclyde University.
''Being part of the Titan Engineering Student Sponsorship Programme has given me the opportunity to carry out first year at university with confidence, courage and the ability to fully concentrate on my studies. Not only has this program allowed me the valuable time to study it has also brought me the wealth of knowledge and understanding from other students on the program through our meet up. This has proved invaluable in breaking down any fears or barriers I may have had in relation to first year exams. I would really like to thank Titan and I hope to be part of this program throughout my university life" St Peter's the Apostle High former Pupil who graduated with a Masters degree in June 2019.
"I am so grateful to yourselves for the bursary as being severely dyslexic I couldn’t cope with the work load and have a part-time job. I have had a really successful year and know I wouldn't have done as well if I had to cope with working too." Clydebank High School former Pupil who graduated with a Masters degree in 2017 and is now in full time employment.