Support your studies with a USD 5,000 scholarship

At Advanced Navigation, our mission is to be the catalyst of the autonomy revolution. We believe that we need more engineers to make it happen.

We have spent years developing AI-based navigation and robotics solutions for sea, land and air applications. We work with some of the world’s most innovative companies, including Boeing, Google, Tesla, Apple, and General Motors, to enable tomorrow’s autonomous systems. Whether we are helping clients to get to the Moon, mapping ocean floors, or achieving autonomous precision farming, Advanced Navigation works on solving real-world problems.

Now it is your chance to grow with our USD 5,000 engineering student grant program! This grant is an opportunity to have one of the leading navigation and robotics manufacturers provide financial assistance and support in helping you become an engineer.

Applications now open!

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Why are we offering this Student Grant?

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EPPIC values

Advanced Navigation is committed to creating the best work environment for its employees and interns, promoting our EPPIC values (Excellence, Passion, Productivity, Innovation, Customer Service).

Low SWaP

Soon-to-be engineers

We support our staff members with generous salaries, employee benefits, learning & development programs, mental health support and social events. We want to do the same for soon-to-be engineers!

Professional Development

Engineering excellence

We want to reward and help students follow their dreams. Ultimately, this grant aims to financially support motivated engineering students.

Student Grant Details

The Advanced Navigation student grant program is an opportunity for high achievers and motivated students to gain extra financial support.

Prize: USD 5,000 in cash will be awarded and go towards the student’s education in engineering.
Application closing date: 30 April 2024
Scholarship winner announcement: 31 May 2024

There is a maximum of one student grant available at this stage. This will be allocated at the discretion of Advanced Navigation.

The grant winner will be communicated via email, and we will request bank account details to transfer the prize. Failing to accept the student grant within 15 days from our announcement and/or failing to provide university proof of enrolment will result in reassigning the student grant.

Application Process

Pre-requisite: current enrolment at a university for a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Engineering.

Proof of university enrolment will be requested at the time of providing the student grant.

During the application process, you will be asked to provide the following information.

1) Contact Information

  • First and last name
  • Email address
  • Contact number
  • Country
  • University
  • Course/Degree

2) Motivation letter

In 200 words, tell us why you are the best candidate for this scholarship and how the grant will contribute towards developing your career as an engineer.

3) Essay 

In 500 words, discuss

“Drones and robotics are assisting humans to carry out a variety of tasks. Think about subsea, marine, land, air or space applications, and Advanced Navigation’s tagline “autonomy everywhere”. If you were given the resources, what autonomous system would you build to improve our lives?”

Assessment criteria

We will grant the scholarship to the student who best aligns with our EPPIC values.


  • Pride in work
  • Attention to details
  • Predictable results
  • Quality results


  • Empowered and accountable
  • Delivers committed results
  • Simple and effective solutions


  • Love for technology
  • Desire and drive to win
  • Positive attitude


  • Challenging the status quo
  • Exploring new ways
  • Be disruptive

Customer Service

  • Desire to help
  • Good communication
  • Responsiveness
  • Raise customer satisfaction

The winners of our inaugural Student Grant program

Last year, we asked students to share their insights on autonomous systems & sustainability. Learn more about the submissions here.