CITY students have been urged to apply for a top Masters scholarship programme.

ScottishPower has called on all Glasgow final year undergraduate students looking to progress their careers in energy, environment and digital-related disciplines, including courses in engineering, renewable and sustainable energy systems as well as computer science, cybersecurity and big data management, to come forward.

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University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University are just three of this year’s partner universities alongside Heriot-Watt University, University of Edinburgh, University of Liverpool, University of East Anglia, Bangor University, Wrexham Glyndwr University, and Liverpool John Moores University.

Successful candidates will receive full enrolment costs for their Masters degree as well as a living allowance of £1,200 per month. ScottishPower has also pledged to work with successful scholars to support their journey into the company after their studies.

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Sheila Duncan, HR director at ScottishPower, 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 ground-breaking progress we’re making.”

Applications close on March 29 at 2pm. To apply visit here.

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