At the end of last year i applied for a scholarship provided by a fairly large oil and gas engineering firm. I just recently recieved a phone call informing me that i have been shortlisted and they want an interview with me. The scholarship provides an annual stipend that will pay for most of my undergraduate degree fees plus provide me with some work experience with the firm. Naturally, i am a bit nervous about the interview, especially since this is probably the most important one ive had to attend. Does anybody have any tips relating to scholarship applications and interviews? Anyone know details of what firms are generally looking for when selecting a recipient for a scholarship? I imagine that the interview panel will want to make sure that i know a little about the company, so i have read a little about some of their projects and history on the company websites and in their financial reports -- not too in-depth, but just enough to demonstrate some interest in the company. I realise that the specifics of the interview and application process will vary between scholarships, but i would be greatly appreciative if anyone has any advice at all, or knows a good resource that i should look into. Thanks, Dan.