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Welcome to TGSS Alumni Network

The TGSS Alumni is a network of alumni from the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme, which ran from 2011 to 2017. The Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme (TGSS) was set up to build capacity in areas where Tullow’s host countries experience significant skills gaps, especially, but not exclusively, around these countries’ oil and gas industries. It was aligned with Tullow’s aim of supporting...

Featured Success Stories

Wherever alumni are, they are making an impact. Browse to read more

Annabelle Obeng-Frimpong, an asset to Ghana

Each year, many students, professionals etc. in Ghana look for funding opportunities to further their education. For some if not all of these individuals, the opportunity to further their education is not to only advance their career but also to help them to effectively contribute to the socio-economic development of Ghana. It is from this backgrou...

Clement Migai's contribution to Kenya's extractive industry

Few things in life are more fulfilling than spotting potential, grooming talents, watching them blossom into success and seeing them contribute to the socio-economic development of their communities and countries. This is one of the main reasons Tullow Oil Plc partnered the British Council to deliver the  Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme (TGSS)...

Jean Michel Gba's contribution to Cote D'Ivoire's economic sector

Before applying to the TGSS, Jean Michel Gba was working as Economist at Cote D'Ivoire's Ministry of Economy and Finance. According to him, he applied to TGSS because he wanted a learning experience outside as well benefit from top quality training. He completed, in Ecole des Mines de Nantes (France), a Master of Science in Management and Opti...

Fatima Ibrahim's impact in Ghana's banking sector

Many successes come on anything but a silver platter. There are risks involved, and successful people need courage to face them.Like many others, Fatima left her job with a reputable Bank to pursue my MSc from a recognised university in the United Kingdom. According to her, she was well aware that this move will not only boost her marketability to ...

Denis Kakembo's impact in East Africa's energy sector

In response to a widely published call by the  British Council in Uganda, Denis applied for a post graduate scholarship in January 2013 under the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme and was announced a winner in August 2013 alongside other colleagues following a rigorous selection process that lasted over six months.Denis was working with Deloitte...

Patson Arinaitwe's contribution to Uganda's Oil and Gas industry

It is hard to believe that it is barely four years since Patson finished his master’s programme considering how much he has achieved.Patson was among the first group of scholars to be awarded with the Tullow Group scholarship in Uganda. Being a lawyer and having an interest in the emerging oil and gas industry in Uganda, he studied LL.M Oil and G...

Michael Bediako's contribution to Ghana's digital development

One of the stories that confirms the impact our alumni are making in their countries is the story of the exploits of Michael Bediako, a Ghanaian beneficiary of the Tullow Group Scholarship scheme and one who has always been involved in enterprising activities.When he was just a young student, Michael noticed that anytime he supported his family and...

Hanifa Nassaka's impact in Uganda's health and safety sector

This year 2017 will be the fourth year since she graduated and returned to Uganda, and what she has achieved in that short time is truly impressive. As soon as Hanifa touched down in Kampala with her newly minted UK degree, she immediately noticed that all was not well with her country’s oil and gas sector. There were no new jobs, and people...

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