The Chevron MSc Subsea Engineering Scholarship
Study Level: Taught Postgraduate
Country: All countries
Chevron North Sea Limited is a UK subsidiary of Chevron Corporation. Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies and conducts business worldwide. They are involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry.
Chevron North Sea Ltd. is offering a single MSc Subsea Engineering Scholarship.
There is a single scholarship for a student who holds an unconditional offer for starting in September 2013 and who meets the application criteria noted below.
The scholarship is valued at £14,515 for the one year duration of the MSc in Subsea Engineering degree course.
Features of The Chevron Scholarship Programme open to Chevron Scholars:
- Financial support as detailed above
- Notice of internship opportunities with Chevron
To be considered for the Chevron MSc Subsea Engineering Scholarship you will need to hold an unconditional offer of a place on the MSc in Subsea Engineering degree at the University of Aberdeen starting in September 2013.
To be put forward for the scholarship you must firmly accept the offer in a timely manner.
All students meeting the criteria above, regardless of nationality or fee status, are eligible to apply for the Chevron MSc Subsea Engineering Scholarship.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS ONLY ONE CHEVRON SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE.
There is only one scholarship which will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and demonstration of personal characteristics (see Guidelines document below for further details).
Complete the application form (see below), and send it together with a CV and your reference to:
Graduate School Admissions Unit, College of Physical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Fraser Noble Building, King's College, Aberdeen, AB24 3UE, Scotland
Deadline: 2nd of August 2013
If you have any queries not answered by the guidelines below, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning +44 (0) 1224 272515.
You will be told whether or not your application has been successful by post at the correspondence address on your application form by 23 August 2013. If your application has been successful the award will be subject to your admission to the University.