The National Company Nuclearelectrica (SNN) grants a number of 51 scholarships to pupils and students from the final years of technical educational institutions, within the 2021-2023 Young Nuclearist Scholarship Program, according to a release.
The scholarship program 2021-2023 Tânărul Nuclearist is part of the company’s development strategy and capitalization of the potential of young people in Romania.
Registrations in the program are to allowed between September 15 and October 15, on the Nuclearelectrica website.
Nuclearelectrica’s scholarship campaign is addressed to all universities and technical faculties in Romania, as follows: 17 scholarships for students in the third year of Energy; 10 scholarships for students in the third year of Mechanics; 3 scholarships for third year students in Economic Engineering; 2 scholarships for third year students in Energy Engineering and nuclear technologies; 2 scholarships for third year students in Energy Engineering and nuclear technologies; a scholarship for third year students in Automatics; 2 scholarships for third year students in Mechatronics; a scholarship for fourth year students in Automatics; 3 scholarships for fourth year students in Chemistry; 10 scholarships for students from Vocational Schools – welding specialization.
The selected scholarship holders will conclude scholarship contracts in accordance with the applicable legal provisions and will additionally perform the professional practice assisted by Nuclearelectrica specialists and will have the opportunity to be employed within the company after completing the scholarship program.
The gross value of a scholarship is of 2,300 lei.