Scholarships and bursaries at Belco
BELCO is pleased to offer several annual scholarships and bursaries, ranging from $1,000 to $25,000 per selected student. Bermudian students are invited to apply for this year’s scholarships by May 31, 2019.
The BELCO Engineering Scholarship is an annual $25,000 scholarship that will be granted to a qualified Bermudian who is working towards an engineering degree and has completed one year of university education.
Another $25,000 annual scholarship, the Postgraduate STEM Scholarship, will be granted to a qualified Bermudian who is pursuing a postgraduate degree in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) related discipline.
For a qualified Bermudian pursuing a postgraduate degree in a business or commerce discipline, the Postgraduate Business and Commerce Scholarship provides another $25,000 annual scholarship.
High school seniors graduating from The Berkeley Institute or Cedarbridge Academy may apply through their respective schools for a $1,000 Bursary Award to attend Bermuda College.
Finally, BELCO will also grant STEM Education Awards of varying amounts to Bermudian students working towards a degree in a STEM related discipline.
“BELCO has a rich history of corporate citizenship,” stated BELCO President, Dennis Pimentel. “We are honoured to give back to our community by helping young people with promising futures to attain higher education and pursue their dreams.”
Mr. Pimentel continued, “The BELCO Scholarships do not only benefit the selected recipients; these students will eventually use their skills and knowledge to contribute to and enhance our entire society.”
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