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2016 Shell Nigeria Assessed Internship program

Dear Deans of Faculties,


The Shell Companies in Nigeria (SCiN), the UNN Campus Ambassador Program (CAP) team writes to inform you of the 2016 Shell Nigeria Assessed Internship program. The program assesses students in their penultimate year (400 Level for a 5 Year course and 300 level for a 4 Year course) for internship with Shell and this year’s campaign is targeted at students currently studying any of the courses below, and preparing for their industrial attachment.


We would appreciate if the HoDs of the relevant departments under your watch can help develop a list of the top five students studying the following courses:



S/N Course of Study
1 Geology
2 Geophysics
3 Geoinfomatics
4 Sedimentology
5 Mathematics
6 Physics
7 Petroleum Engineering
8 Chemical Engineering
9 Process Engineering
10 Electrical/Electronic Engineering
11 Electrical Engineering
12 Mechanical Engineering
13 Production Engineering
14 Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
15 Materials Engineering
16 Metallurgical Engineering
17 Corrosion Engineering
18 Civil Engineering



The data to be forwarded to us (Shell Nigeria) should include the following:


Name of student

Course of study


E-mail address of student (for ease of contact by our HR Team)

Phone number of student (for ease of contact by our HR team)


We would appreciate receiving the overall list of all identified students, preferably not later than Thursday, 18th March 2016 to enable UNN students partake in the assessment exercise.


Please send your list to samuel.okonkwo@shell.com / kenn.anierobi@shell.com within the stipulated timeframe.


Shell UNN Campus Ambassador Team.