The Talisman Malaysia Limited Scholarships

The Talisman Malaysia Limited Scholarships

Scholarship Info
In 2008, Talisman Malaysia Limited launched three scholarship programs totaling approximately $600,000 with the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia and University of Malaya over the next five to six years. The Talisman Malaysia Limited Scholarships are focused on programs of study relevant to the Company’s upstream oil and gas business in Malaysia, namely geology, geophysics and petroleum and chemical engineering.
Jun 30, 2014
  • All Malaysian students in the programs listed below with a CGPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to apply.
Preferred Discipline
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

  • Bachelor of  Engineering  (Chemical or Petroleum)
  • Master of Engineering (Chemical or Petroleum)

Universiti Sains Malaysia 

  • Bachelor of Science (Geophysics)
  • Master of Science (Applied Geophysics)

University of Malaya

  • Bachelor of Science (Geology or Applied Geology)
  • Master of Science (Petroleum Geology)
Subject to the terms of each program, the Talisman Malaysia Limited Scholarships cover the full duration of the program of study and cover costs such as:

  • living allowance;
  • book allowance;
  • computer and printer allowance; and
  • other fees regarding field work.

Scholarship recipients will also be given priority to receive industrial training, obtain internship placements, join the new graduate program and access the campus- and office-based support activities available at Talisman.

How to Apply

To apply for the undergraduate opportunities please submit your application to the designated Faculty of the respective university above.

To apply for the graduate scholarships please submit your application to
Applications should include a cover letter in English explaining why they should receive the scholarship, their resume in English indicating their roles and responsibilities in work or volunteer experiences as well as their academic transcript. The scholarships will be awarded to individuals on the basis of both academic merit and extra curricular activities and English language skills.

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