Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship

The Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship is supported by the Archie Fund of the SPE Foundation and awards an outstanding student who plans to enter a university and pursue an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering. The student will receive $6,000 per year for up to four years of university study.


This is a merit based scholarship. Recipients are typically in the top 3% in both class ranking and standardized test scores:
- Must intend to enroll in petroleum engineering in a recognized university program according to your country or region, leading to an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering
- Must become an SPE member once eligible
- Comply with sanction policy
- Complete the electronic submission process

Only applications submitted via the link provided will be accepted. Applications received in any other format will not be eligible.

If awarded, each semester, you must:
- Be enrolled in a petroleum engineering class by the beginning of the second year of university
- Remain in petroleum engineering degree program
- Have and maintain a satisfactory average of scores/marks for the current semester and cumulative total

To Apply
- Submit the online application form by April 15th at noon CDT
- You must submit at least one recommendation and documentation for entry exams (if applicable).

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