About the Tullow Scholarship Scheme

The Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme (TGSS) aims to build capacity in areas where Tullow’s host countries experience significant skills gaps, especially, but not exclusively, around these countries’ oil and gas industries. It is aligned with Tullow’s aim of supporting long-term socio-economic development in countries where it operates.

The Tullow Group Scholarships are vocational, technical and postgraduate scholarships available to individuals in Tullow’s operating countries in Africa and South America, and are entirely managed by British Council.

Scholarships are available to those who are committed to making a contribution to their country’s development. The Scheme gives candidates a chance to receive a high standard of education from locally and internationally recognised institutions, which can then be applied in the scholar’s home country.

The TGSS sponsors candidates from various educational backgrounds through the following programmes:

The participating countries and the types of award are as follows:

#Ethiopia #Ghana #Guyana #Ivory Coast #Kenya #Mauritania #Suriname #Uganda #Uruguay.

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for an International Postgraduate Scholarship (Masters and Postgraduate diploma), applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a citizen and be legally resident in participating country (Preference will be given to candidates that are ordinarily resident in Tullow’s operational areas and in the country of application);
  • Must have a minimum of Bachelor’s degree or Licence Professionnelle (second class lower or better) or an HND (second class upper or better);
  • Have a track record of success in their field of endeavour including but not limited to work experience in the area linked to their chosen course. Applicants from Tullow’s operational areas
  • Must not previously studied abroad or received an international scholarship
  • Must have ambition, a strong personality, entrepreneurial and creative spirit and leadership skills;
  • Must demonstrate commitment to return to country and contribute to the future development of the country;
  • Must demonstrate a high level of competence in management, strategy and the ability to train and develop others.


  • An active personal email address
  • Original/certified academic transcripts and certificates (and translations where relevant)
  • Up-to-date information regarding employment background
  • Details and letters from two (2) referees (professional or academic)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)/Resume
  • Valid Passport
  • Recent Passport Photograph
  • Proof of Residency
  • Personal Statement (Note that a strong personal statement can set you apart from other applicants)



One thought on “About the Tullow Scholarship Scheme

  1. is there anybody who has been after he or she has applied for tullow scholarship? let me know so i can guide you through the process. i successfully went through last year and am enjoying my studies i the UK. it was not an easy process, get in touch and together we will go through. God bless the Nzemaland.

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