2021 Sarawak Energy scholarship application extended until June 25

Datu Sharbini (centre) presenting the scholarship to one of the students during the awarding ceremony in 2019. Also seen in the photo are (from left) Dr Mak Met, Senior Vice President for Human Resources; Lu Yew Hung, Group Chief Operating Officer; and Haji Sulaiman Abdul Hamid, Senior Vice President for Contracts and Procurement.

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KUCHING, June 17: Sarawak Energy’s 2021 Scholarship Programme is still open to high-achieving young Sarawakians with a strong extra-curricular background until June 25, 2021.

Sarawak Energy in a statement today said they are encouraging those who fit the profile and have completed their secondary education including Form 6, or are pursuing a full-time Foundation or Bachelors’ Degree programme in Engineering, Information Technology, Finance, Accountancy, Business and Law, to apply for the scholarship.

According to Sarawak Energy, a total of RM 8 million is being allocated annually to the scholarship programme as part of its effort to power Sarawak’s growth by offering sponsorship opportunities for talented young minds with leadership skills to pursue their tertiary education at local and overseas institutions.


“Since the programme was first introduced in 2014, Sarawak Energy has awarded a total of 569 scholarships.

“Interested students can refer to the eligibility criteria and the submission details at https://www.sarawakenergy.com/careers/scholarship,” it said.

The energy companies explained, in order to apply for the scholarship, applicants must also submit a 1-minute self-introduction video reflecting on their experiences in their current field of study and their achievements in extracurricular activities.

“Applicants must also complete the application form online and submit all the required documents at: https://apply.unienrol.com/form/sarawak-energy-scholarship-2021. The scholarship recipients will be announced two months after the closing date,” the statement added. — DayakDaily