Scholarships

MSc Petroleum Geoscience

Petroleum MSc students working on computersWe expect to have some scholarships provided by the petroleum industry to support students on the course. These cover subsistence, College fees, course notes, and laboratory and fieldwork expenses. They are awarded on a merit basis, and eligibility is usually restricted to UK and EU students. Scholarship interviews are held on the Open Day in early February.

For 2020 entry, the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) offers a Niger Delta Post-Graduate Scholarship Scheme for students intending to study MSc Petroleum Geoscience, MSc Petroleum Engineering, or MSc Applied Computational Science and Engineering. To find out about eligibility and application requirements, please contact Thomas Dray, Postgraduate Administrator: Email Thomas

Further information on scholarships can be found on the postgraduate fees and funding webpages.

 

MSc Petroleum Engineering

The Petroleum Engineering MSc course is supported with grants and scholarships by the petroleum industry (from the UK and elsewhere) which cover subsistence, Petroleum MSc students in a lectureCollege fees and field work expenses.

These are normally awarded to home and EU students. We hold a scholarship day, usually in May, where applicants are interviewed by Imperial staff and representatives from the organisations awarding the scholarships.

For 2020 entry, the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) offers a Niger Delta Post-Graduate Scholarship Scheme for students intending to study MSc Petroleum Geoscience, MSc Petroleum Engineering or MSc Applied Computational Science and Engineering. To find out about eligibility and application requirements, please contact Thomas Dray, Postgraduate Administrator: Email Thomas

Further information on scholarships can be found on the postgraduate fees and funding webpages.

MSc Metals & Energy

There is a range of scholarships for which candidates may be eligible, further information is available on the Imperial College London fees and funding pages.

With any queries, please contact Joanna Owens, course administrator, or click to find out more about the scholarship opportunity.

MSc ACSE

The Applied Computational Science and Engineering MSc has some scholarship opportunities. For details, please contact Ying Ashton, Education Administrator for the course.

For 2020 entry, the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) offers a Niger Delta Post-Graduate Scholarship Scheme for students intending to study MSc Petroleum Geoscience, MSc Petroleum Engineering, or MSc Applied Computational Science and Engineering. To find out about eligibility and application requirements, please contact Thomas Dray, Postgraduate Administrator: Email Thomas

Further information on scholarships can be found on the postgraduate fees and funding webpages or by contacting the Applied