Oilfield Production Consultants (OPC) is a globally renowned leader in the provision of professional expertise, management and support to the upstream exploration and production sector of the oil and gas industry.This scholarship has been set up by the company’s managing director, Nottingham alumnus Piers Johnson (Mechanical Engineering, 1979), to encourage current engineering students to consider a future career in the oil and gas industry.
-Currently be studying on a BEng/MEng/BSc degree in the Department of Civil Engineering; Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering; Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering; or the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering at The University of Nottingham UK. -Preference will be given to UK Home students though EU/overseas students may apply. -Have spent time in the oil and gas industry either on a summer placement (minimum of 10 weeks) in the summer of 2012 or on a one-year placement (commencing 2011 and ending 2012), during their second year (BEng/BSc) or third year (MEng). -Must be returning into their third year of their BEng/BSc study, or the fourth year of their MEng study when applying for the scholarship.