Scottish Power has issued a final call for students to apply for its 2019 scholarships programme, which offers the opportunity to study a fully-funded masters at one of the UK’s top universities.
The scheme is open to final year undergraduate students looking to progress their careers in digital-related disciplines as well as those in the fields of energy and the environment.
It includes courses in computer science, cybersecurity and big data management as well as engineering and renewable and sustainable energy systems.
In total, 10 universities are taking part, including the University of Glasgow, University of Edinburgh, University of Liverpool, University of East Anglia, and Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Established in 2010 to nurture and retain talent in the energy industry, applications are also accepted for any other UK university provided the course matches the initiative’s knowledge areas ranging from STEM to cyber security.
Scottish Power HR director Sheila Duncan said: “It’s vital that we continue to invest in attracting, nurturing and retaining the talented people who will shape our future success, and continue the progress we’re making.
"We are committed to supporting the next generation of energy leaders in the STEM industries and our scholarships programme creates significant opportunities for talented students to gain valuable experience and pursue a successful career in the energy sector.”
Applications close on March 29 2019 at 2pm. Further information is available on the Scottish Power website>