Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme Application Now Opened

updated 6 March, 2012

Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme Applications Now Open

In Ghana, applications for awards towards the 2012/2013 academic year will be opened from 5 March 2012.

Up to 50 Scholarship awards will be given with possible allocations as follows: 30 open to the general public, 10 to western region indigenes and 10 to public servants nominated from key Ministries/Government Agencies working in areas related to Tullow’s activities in exploration, development and production.

Only online applications will be considered. No paper based application allowed. Please note: funding is not available for 1st degree, Ph.D. or distance learning programmes. Only short listed applicants will be contacted to proceed to the next stage.

Scholarships are targeted at individuals who can exhibit track record of success in their field of endeavour. Candidates must demonstrate a strong personality and ambition, and a commitment to return to Ghana and make a contribution to its future development. Click here for more information.

What courses will be sponsored under the scholarship scheme?

A wide range of courses will be covered, including those listed below.
Geosciences (Geophysics, Geology)
Engineering (Petroleum Engineering, Oil and Gas Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Subsea Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automation Systems, and Electrical Engineering)
Agriculture and Agro-based courses
Environmental and Forestry Management
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Marine Sciences (Fisheries, aqua-culture)
Logistics and Supply Chain
Business (Economics, Finance and Management).

1.What is the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme about?

2.Why is Tullow Oil giving out these scholarships?
3. How long (over how many years) will the Tullow Oil Scholarship scheme last?
4.Does the scholarship sponsor only oil and gas courses?
5. What courses will be sponsored under the scholarship scheme?
6. Why is the scholarship sponsoring only post-graduate education, why not tertiary, secondary or primary?
7. What is Tullow Oil doing to invest in local educational institutions?
For relevant answers to thees and procedures to register and apply please visit :

http://tullowgroupscholarshipscheme.org/countries/ghana/

source:

www.tullowoil.com/

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30 January 2012

Tullow Oil, Africa’s largest independent oil firm, has announced that from 2012 onwards it would give scholarships to 50 young talented Ghanaians annually to study postgraduate programmes outside the country. Out of the 50 people, 10 people in the coastal belt are expected to benefit from the scholarship annually.

This is part of the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme which aims at providing 110 young talented Africans annually in its operational countries to study in leading universities in the United Kingdom. The scholarship scheme will be allocated to countries including Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Gabon, Mauritius, Cote d’ivoire and Bangladesh.

The scholarship scheme covers courses include: Geosciences (Geophysics, Geology); engineering; marines sciences; environment and forestry management; and hospital and tourism management. The scheme will be implemented by the British Council which has over 40 years experience in the area of the scholarship implementations.

Speaking at the launch of the scholarship scheme in Accra, the Vice President of External Affairs and CSR, Ms Rosalind Kainyah added that scholarship would cover tuition and thesis fees, stipend, and travel costs.

She told the well-attended gathering that: “We have already started with a pilot phase which commenced in Ghana in September 2011. This pilot scheme supported 24 Ghanaians from the public sector with scholarships to pursue various studies to Masters Level with leading universities in the United Kingdom”.

Ms Kainyah was quick to disclose that this year 50 scholarship awards from the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme are available for Ghanaians through a competitive process, including all members of the public who meet the set criteria.

She stressed that: “We are committed to being socially responsible, to managing the environment that we operate in, to looking after our staff and to being a good Company”.

According to her, we want to ensure that the success of the oil and gas industry brings real, lasting benefits to the people and economies of the countries in which we operate.

The Minister of Energy, Dr Joe Oteng-Adjei who performed the launch appealed to beneficiaries of the scheme to return home after their studies in the UK.

He emphasized that; “We will do everything possible to ensure that those who benefit from the scholarship scheme return home to help build the country”.

The Group Chief Executive Officer of Tullow Oil Plc, Aidan Heavey in a short message said: “the Scholarship scheme is something that we believe in”.

The Director of the British Council, Moses Anibaba stated that: “British Council’s role in the scheme is clear. We will manage the recruitment and selection of the candidates according to the criteria we have agreed with Tullow.”

The criteria have been designed to achieve the objective of the scheme of reducing skill gaps and ensuring that most deserving candidates are successful, he indicated.

© 2012 Ghanaian Chronicle.

by AllAfrica Global Media

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Posted on April 1, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.

  1. I am a Tanzanian and I would like you to consider my application.

  2. kisakye rebekah

    any chances for scholarships at a bachelors level

  3. please am a Ghanaian and wish my application would be considered

  4. With tullow scholarships, the future is bright.I look forward to getting a chance to it.

  5. ASASIRA PATRICIA

    Wish to be consindered

  6. tullow is my dream and belief Allah will turn my dream a reality

  7. Am Ugandan i will be very great full if my application has been put in to your consideration wish so

  8. Im Ugandan having a bachelors degree in mechanical and manufacturing engineering.is it possible to get scholarship in masters in mechanical engineering.+256778120311

  9. joy achieng otieno

    iam akenyan and it will be a great opportunity to get a scholarship by tullow.please consider my application

  10. omoso ronald from kisii, please consider my aplication

  11. I am a Final year student of the university of Ghana pursuing Bachelor of Art in psychology. pls can I apply for this scholarship?

  12. WANJALA K. NAOMI

    I am a Kenyan, requesting seriously to be granted the opportunity to learn and be able to work in the Oil and Gas industry.
    My phone-+254723945124
    E-mail-wknaomi@yahoo.com

  13. Nabatanzi Edith

    Am Nabatanzi Edith a graduate with a bachelors in procurement and logistics managemnt.I believe with God ,if Tullow group gives me a scholarship;I will be of great value to the future development of my country Uganda.

  14. why not civil engineering?

  15. shangwa johnstone

    consider my application………God Bless

  16. I am a Kenyan, requesting kindly to be considered and granetd the opportunity to learn and be able to work in the Oil ang Gas Industry.
    My phone-+254710817694
    E-mail-eunicebweya@yahoo.com

  17. I am a Kenyan, requesting kindly to be considered and granted the opportunity to learn and be able to work in the Oil ang Gas Industry.
    My phone-+254710817694
    E-mail-eunicebweya@yahoo.com

  18. moses okeyo okumu

    nice opportunity

  19. ADONGO ANITAH DEBORAH

    Iam a ugandanand i would love to be part of this scholarship programme

  20. sewanyana ronald

    thank you tullow for uplifting this generation

  21. I read about tullow group scholarship programme today in the daily graphic news paper and I am interested however, when I checked on your website the information there is about 2013. How do I apply for the 2014/2015 academic year programme.

  22. thank you more blessing coming your way

  23. francis njuguna kamoche

    hae,my name is francis njuguna,am an ambitious kenyan youth ready to be among those lucky to be granted a chance to pursue a career in electrical engineering which at the curent moment am taking in muranga university.ave recently finished my first year but i would be more than glad to go and pursue the course abroad.

  24. i would like be considered are there some medical courses being sponsored?

  25. Kizito B waliaula

    Iam a Kenyan, requesting seriously to be granted the opportunity to learn and be able to work in the Oil and Gas industry. Am interested in Aeronautical engineering.
    Phone +254711178845. Email cwaliaula2006@yahoo.com

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