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Scholarship Call

Halliburton Engineering Global Programs (HEGP) will award scholarships — up to $1,000 each — to select undergraduate engineering students. The scholarship application period will be open twice a year to students who require financial assistance for a global program.

The primary purpose of the scholarship is to provide selected students with a scholarship prior to when they select a global opportunity. The funds will be available to use for a period of up to one year.

Applications for scholarships will be accepted from now until Feb. 1, 2024. 

The Scholarship

  1. Awards will be provided in an amount of up to $1,000 each and should be used for the student's global program.
  2. After being awarded, the scholarship will post to the recipient's Student Business Services (SBS) account during the term they are on their global program and is to be used within a one-year timeframe.
  3. The scholarship will be awarded for the study abroad program of the student’s choice.
  4. Students can only be awarded the HEGP scholarship once during your college career.
  5. The scholarship is both needs- and merit-based. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for needs-based scholarships. Some merit-based scholarships may require a minimum GPA of 3.2. 

Individuals Eligible to Apply

  1. Undergraduate students enrolled in the Texas A&M University College of Engineering
  2. Students possessing a minimum GPA of 2.5

Application Process

  1. Complete the HEGP Scholarship Student Information Form.
  2. Complete the University Scholarship Application (USA).
    • For students looking to participate in programs occurring spring 2024 (including wintermester programs), the USA must be completed between Sept. 10 through Oct. 12.
    • For students looking to participate in programs occurring either summer or fall 2024, the USA must be completed between Oct. 15 through Feb 1.

More Information

Please contact Halliburton Engineering Global Programs if you have any questions: