If you don’t know, since 1975, more than 30,000 students have benefited from Petronas scholarship schemes.
The scholarships were awarded based on academic and professional merit under PETRONAS’ Education Sponsorship Programme, to pursue tertiary studies in Malaysia and abroad.
Usually, after the SPM results, you may go to Petronas Online Sponsorship Application where you can apply the scholarship online.
To access it directly; go to http://spmonline.petronas.com.my
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With a focus on education, human capital development and training, PETRONAS has contributed to a wide range of programmes to help raise the level of professional skills of Egyptians working in the industry. PETRONAS and Egypt’s Ministry of Petroleum have jointly awarded over 40 full scholarships to young Egyptians to study at UTP. Under our Living Skills Programme, we have raised and contributed funds to refurbish additional facilities at the Idku Vocational School which teaches trade skills in electrical work, welding, carpentry and sewing to the local community around Idku (located 50km from Alexandria). PETRONAS also funded the construction of Idku’s community hall which has since become the town’s main hub for social and sports activities. Other social investments we have made through our joint venture company, Egyptian LNG (ELNG) in Idku include expanding ELNG’s water treatment system capacity in order to supply free and clean water to the town’s 405,000 residents.
Since the introduction of our scholarship programme to Turkmenistan in 1998, more than 80 Turkmen scholars have received PETRONAS scholarship awards for further studies at UTP. As part of our community development initiatives, PETRONAS contributed to the Children’s Fund of Turkmenistan in 2004 to supply books for a children’s library in Ashgabat, benefiting over 64 schools. PETRONAS also provides training to Turkmen technicians. Over 100 Turkmen have registered with the PETRONAS Carigali (Turkmenistan) Sdn Bhd’s Technician Training Programme since 2005.
Since 1991, PETRONAS has contributed to the socioeconomic development of Vietnam through various spinoffs created by our operations in the country. These include technology transfer, employment opportunities, education and people skills development, as well as numerous community improvement and assistance programmes. The Vietnamisation Programme, for example, has enhanced our Vietnamese employees’ competitiveness and marketability as skilled manpower. Recognising that education provides the vital foundation for building capabilities and skilled manpower, PETRONAS has awarded over 64 Vietnamese students full scholarships at UTP since 2000. English Language courses for university students and a Natural Science Contest for primary schoolchildren have also been introduced.