National Instruments offer an Engineering Scholarship Programme to students, in the UK, who are studying an undergraduate in Engineering, Computer Science or Physics degrees and are in their first year of study. You must be on track for a strong result within Engineering, Computer Science and Physics disciplines in your first year.
This role allows you the chance to develop your professional engineering career with a growing, industry leading company.
As a part of this scholarship National Instruments will:
Pay a bursary to you within your second year of study of £1,500. This will help you with the cost of books and equipment needed for your course.
You will also be allocated a professional mentor from NI who will keep you up to date with the latest news and developments within NI as well as the industry – they are also there to help you with your development and growth as you start to consider your career options and direction.
Also included in the scholarship is a welcome pack containing NI Software and Hardware for your use.
A 12 month placement on the ELP Internship Scheme.
What We Look For:
Passion for Technology
Engineers at NI thrive on the challenge to stay in touch with NI technology and be the expert advisors to our customers.
We look for people who relish the challenge of rapid progression and early responsibility.
At NI, you will need to take ownership of your own career and drive its development.
Engineers at NI must be able to quickly analyse the nature of the problem and think creatively.
Engineers at NI have to be committed to going the extra mile to ensure customers are satisfied.