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Students on energy-related programmes can now apply for a generous master’s scholarship opportunity funded by ScottishPower.
The energy supplier is calling on students in Liverpool to apply for a place on its coveted scholarships programme after announcing 16 new masters’ scholarships in energy-related disciplines in 2018.
Those hoping to progress their careers in the energy, digital and environmental industries can apply for the 2018/19 ScottishPower Scholarships programme to study at the Universities of Liverpool, Edinburgh, Strathclyde, Glasgow, East Anglia, Cambridge or Imperial College of London.
Sixteen scholars will receive full course fee funding for their Masters’ studies as well as a generous living allowance. This year for the first time ScottishPower has also pledged to work with successful scholars to help them into the workplace after their studies, establishing a new generation of forward-thinking leaders at the heart of the company.
Applications are now open and will close on 2 April 2018 at 1pm. Full information on the scholarship programme can be found at www.scottishpower.com/scholarships.
Students from a range of disciplines will be considered for the sought-after positions, including those looking to study engineering, renewable and sustainable energy systems. With the increased demand for new technology roles, the programme also began incorporating degrees such as computer science, cybersecurity and big data from last year.
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