Premium drinks giant Diageo is continuing to help students with their career prospects by providing a pair of engineering scholarships.
Fife College students Ian Seaton (17), of Pitlochry, and Bryan Neil (33), of Dunfermline, attended a special presentation at the company’s Banbeath bottling plant in Leven, accompanied by college employees.
The group was welcomed to the plant and given a tour by Diageo staff Robert Gardiner and Jean Ednie.
Robert also played a key role in short-listing the final award winners and met all candidates at interviews held a few weeks prior to the presentation.
After the tour, Ian and Bryan were presented with their £1000 scholarships by Robert, on behalf of Diageo.
Said Robert: “We are delighted to support Fife College engineering students through the Adam Smith Foundation again this year.
“As a business we are committed to the development of talented individuals and both Ian and Bryan have shown great dedication and commitment to their studies.
“It was a pleasure to meet the students and I hope the Diageo scholarships will help them both reach their full potential in the engineering industry.”
The Diageo award is part of a range of scholarships created to support students and looked after by the Adam Smith Foundation, which is the charitable trust of Fife College.
For further details about scholarships or courses at Fife College, visit www.fife.ac.uk