BP has been a leading operator in the North Sea since the mid-1960s and is still one of the largest UK investors and producers.
BP North Sea activity encompasses the complete industry lifecycle in the UK - this includes exploration, new
development, production & decommissioning. We operate offshore assets in both the Central and West of Shetland sectors of the North Sea. We are actively involved in exploration and investing in new facilities with new production coming online in 2017 and 2018.
North Sea technology focus areas are in seismic imaging (in particular 4D seismic), enhanced oil recovery from our waterflood fields, improving asset integrity and plant reliability and maximising the value of the North Sea's extensive digital infrastructure through collaborative ways of working and field of the future technologies.
The BP Engineering Scholarship is open to 2nd year students and offers two second year students £2,000 per year for years two to four of their course.
Additional features of the BP Scholarship:
- Financial Support as detailed.
- Opportunity to receive mentoring from BP staff.
- Incorporate internships (subject to suitable positions and students completing the formal application process)
- Provision of an industrial-focussed project.
- Offer assistance with the honours year dissertation
Applicants must be engaged in full-time study at Robert Gordon University on one of the degree programmes listed below:
How To Apply
Open to 2nd year only we will be awarding our scholarships on the basis of an online application form, short online numerical and verbal tests and a face to face interview in late November.
Application deadline: Sunday 5 November at midday
Modify your application form prior to submitting:
Once you have submitted your form you can still update your application using this link, but only to edit your address and telephone number.