Baker Hughes Scholars Program
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Who should apply?

Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in  engineering, (geo)sciences, petrochemical or business related field at a University in Angola.

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How do I apply?

You can apply by filling out an application form and sending it together with all requested supporting documents to IIE.

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What is included?

$5,000 USD per year for 3 years to be applied towards university tuition, books, fees, and living costs.

What is the Baker Hughes Foundation?

The Baker Hughes Foundation is a U.S. based 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization created in 1994 to support a variety of social needs. Contributions are generally targetted in the key sectors of culture, children, education, and health.

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