Academic Partnerships

The Careers Service, University of Aberdeen

EC-OG identified a chance to strengthen relations with recent graduates and students through work with the Careers Service at the University of Aberdeen.

In 2016, EC-OG took on their first Santander Intern and this was promoted through the Careers Service at Aberdeen University. This scheme encourages and facilitates the process of taking on an intern for Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). It is a fantastic opportunity for recent graduates and students to open their eyes about the opportunities that are available within SMEs.

The success of the scheme within EC-OG is featured in this year’s Careers Service Careers Guide.

‘This is the first year we have collaborated with EC-OG, and we hope that we can continue our very positive relationship.’Dr Zachary Hickman, Employer Engagement Coordinator, The Careers Service, University of Aberdeen
The Careers Service, University of Aberdeen

The Robert Gordon University

EC-OG collaborate with the Robert Gordon University (RGU) in order to support knowledge creation and technology development.

 

In the past, EC-OG has collaborated with RGU to produce a feasibility study. This focused upon the technical requirements and technical risks associated with Oil & Gas applications vs. renewables on a small scale in remote environments.

The Robert Gordon University

The University of Aberdeen

EC-OG collaborate with the University of Aberdeen in order to support knowledge creation and technology development.

Recently, EC-OG supported a highly challenging Subsea wireless production control project for a Masters student. As with all collaborations, the results were of real value to our organisation.

EC-OG are keen to be involved in supporting other projects and are actively in dialogue with the University.

Through these projects, EC-OG are able to create opportunities where we can support and foster the important link between academia and the working world.

The University of Aberdeen