Fiona Fuller Business Scholarship

The Fiona Fuller Business Scholarship is sponsored by Atkins. Atkins is a multinational engineering and design consultancy, providing expertise to help resolve complex challenges presented by the built and natural environment.

Whether it's the concept for a new skyscraper, the upgrade of a rail network, the modelling of a flood defence system or the improvement of a management process, they plan, design and enable solutions. Atkins is ranked 61st in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2011-12. Established in 1938 with more than 200 permanent offices worldwide and the UK's largest engineering consultancy, Atkins employs 12,000 people in their offices in the UK.

This scholarship is in memory of Fiona Fuller a former student of Robert Gordon University.

The Scholarship

The Fiona Fuller Business Scholarship offers one student an award of £1000 in their 3rd year and £2000 in their 4th year.

Additional features of the Fiona Fuller Scholarship:

  • Financial Support as detailed below.
  • Salary paid during placement.
  • Opportunity to receive mentoring from Atkins staff.
  • Skill & Competency Development.
  • Invitations for scholars to relevant events.

Eligible Courses

The Scholarship is open to third year students on the following undergraduate degree programmes:

How to Apply

The selection process begins with students completing an application form. Short listed candidates will be invited to attend an interview at Atkins and the award winners will be selected from amongst this group of students.

Renewal of the award after each year is dependant on continued good academic and non-academic performance.

Application forms and reference forms for the Scholarship can be downloaded below:

Completed application forms should be submitted to scholarships@rgu.ac.uk.

The closing date for applications is 28 October 2013.
All applications must be received by that date in order to be considered for the scholarship.

Request a Prospectus RHS

“Studying a range of different modules in the first year really provides a detailed overview of the key business functions. I found the sheer diversity of subjects extremely interesting and stimulating.”

Nicola Dugan Management BA (Hons)

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Events

  1. 30, April, 2014 Visit Afternoon

    Your chance in April 2014 to experience what it is like to be an undergraduate student at Robert Gordon University.  


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