What we offer:                                  

  • Full-time paid vocational summer placements for the 3rd, 4th and 5th year of study.
  • A bursary of £2,000 for each of the final three years of study.
  • Exposure to technically challenging live project work.
  • An assigned mentor during placements, and term time as required.
  • A conditional offer of graduate employment and enrolment onto our Engineering Graduate Development Scheme (EGDS).

Are you?

Currently enrolled in full-time study on a MEng degree programme at either:

  • Robert Gordon University
  • Heriot-Watt University
  • University of Strathclyde

Committed, enthusiastic, creative, proactive and good at communicating?

If so, apply for our scholarship:

Applications are currently closed for this year, however we will provide an update for next year.

All applications are accepted through our dedicated scholarships link.

What do our current scholarship students say?

The Expro Scholarship has been invaluable in giving me the best start to developing my engineering career. My first summer placement has allowed me to apply what I have learnt at university to real life engineering projects, whilst also gaining first class experience in the oil and gas industry. The scholarship has been truly rewarding.’’
Lewis (MEng Mechanical with Energy Engineering - Heriot-Watt)

My Scholarship with Expro has been an incredible opportunity that I am so thankful to have been awarded. While my summer placement with Group Engineering has been challenging, the rewards are far greater.  Being involved in a professional environment is invaluable for my development as an engineer, and my time at Expro will be a formative part of my future career.’’
Stacey (MEng Mechanical Engineering – RGU)

The Expro Engineering Scholarship has been a great opportunity for me to gain industrial experience and has also put me on the right track to achieving CEng status. Throughout my two summer placements I have received a lot of training and support from the team which has furthered my development as an engineer and broadened my skill set.’’
Steven (MEng Aero-Mechanical Engineering - University of Strathclyde)