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It provides business, networking and educational opportunities for its members in both jurisdictions.Established in 2001, the association has a long and successful track record of staging professional and social events designed to develop and support the careers of its members.The objective of the scholarship programme is to provide postgraduate study opportunity in courses that are relevant to the oil and gas industry, for qualifying students from these Niger Delta states In the eight years of this programme, 79 students have won the opportunity to study at top-rated universities in the UK on full scholarship For the academic year commencing September 2019, SPDC in partnership with three universities in the UK--Imperial College London; University of Leeds; and University of Aberdeen will award scholarships for one-year post-graduate M. More information on specific course admission requirements can be obtained from the websites of the three individual universities.In 2014, .8 million was invested in scholarships by the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) and Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo).
At the 2011 United Nations (UN) Innovations Fair in Geneva, the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon described the scheme as “a landmark initiative” and acknowledged its impressive contributions to educational development in the Niger Delta and Nigeria.
Many of them returned home to occupy key positions in public service, commerce and industry.
As Shell worked to produce and export the first barrel of crude oil for Nigeria, it also had the foresight to think of the generations of Nigerians who would one day drive the development of the newly independent nation.
The scheme, which is also a welcome relief for many parents and guardians in the education of their children, has become so popular that annually, thousands of parents and children look forward to it as a golden opportunity.
Indeed, it has today become a welcome feature of educational development, especially in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria.
An average of 16,000 applicants respond to advertisements by Shell Nigeria every year, inviting qualified candidates to apply for the scholarships which are tenable only in Nigerian Universities.