Apply For The 2016/2017 PTDF PhD Oversea Scholarship Scheme
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The Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) is a parastatal of the Ministry of Petroleum Resources established by Decree 25 of 1973 for the purpose of developing and promoting petroleum technology and for creating the manpower needs of the oil and gas industry through research and training of Nigerians.
To ensure a steadfast implementation of this mandate, PTDF is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for Overseas and in-Country Master's Scholarships. Awards will be granted for studies in the 2016/2017 academic session in the United Kingdom Germany, Australia, USA and France (Grenoble INP) as well as PTDF upgraded Universities in Nigeria. PTDF PhD Oversea Scholarship Scheme (Overseas & Local)
PhD (OSS And LSS)
Applicants must be in the academics in Nigerian Institutions, teaching an oil and gas related discipline.
Applicants must possess minimum of 2.2 in their first degree and a good second degree certificate.
Applicants must submit a research proposal relevant to the oil and gas industry (of not more than 5 pages) to include: Topic, Introduction, Objective, Methodology and Mode of Data Collection.
Applicants must include a valid admission letter.
Applicants must not be over 40 years of age.
Applicants must include their masters degree project.
Documents to Scan and Attach to the Application Form Applicants are advised to scan copies of the following documents and attach to their online application forms:
First Degree Certificate or Statement of Result.
NYSC discharge certificate.
WAEC/GCE/SSCE/NECO Results or provide PIN numbers on the application forms to enable PTDF view the results on the relevant website.
List of Approved Courses for Sponsorship Scholarships will be offered for admission into the under listed courses (for overseas MSc). Candidates are advised, to apply for admission into Universities in the UK, Germany, Norway Australia and the United States that offer these courses, while applying for the Petroleum Technology Development Fund Scholarship. The Local scholarship scheme applicants can apply to all Federal Universities and Centre of Exellence in Courses core to Oil and Gas Industry
Assets Management (Engineering Asset Management)
Basin Evolution and Dynamics
Control System And Applied Instrumentation
Design of Rotating Machines
Diving and Under Water Technology
Energy Systems Engineering
Environmental Remote Sensing
Fire and Explosion Engineering
Fluid Mechanics and Energetic (France)
Health Safety and Environmental
Hydraulic Engineering (France)
Marine computational Fluid Dynamics
Offshore and Ocean Technology
Petroleum Engineering (UK, UNSW, Australia)
Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Refinery Design and Operations
Renewable Energy Engineering (UNSW - Australia)
Thermal Power (Gas Turbine Option)
Geothermal Engineering (Germany)
Mechatronics and Mechanical Systems Engineering (USP - Brasil, Germany)
Note: When the page opens, Click "Apply now" under the "Quick Links" at the right corner of the page, then select your preferred scholarship programme. DO NOT REFRESH YOUR BROWSER OR CLICK YOUR BROWSER BACK BUTTON WHILE APPLYING.
Application Forms can be accessed online using an ATM (Interswitch, Master Card & Visa card) or through purchase of a scratch card from designated main branches of First Bank of Nigeria Plc in all the 36 States and FCT, upon payment of a Non-Refundable sum of N1,000 (One Thousand Naira Only). Instructions on how to access the form online is clearly stated on the backside of the cards.
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