Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship 2016 for Undergraduate Females Studying Computer Science ($USD10,000 Award)

Application Deadline: December 31st 2015

In a bid to bring more gender diversity to the technology industry, Adobe is pleased to invite applications to the inaugural Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship. The Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship recognizes outstanding undergraduate female students anywhere in the world who are studying computer science.

Eligibility Criteria:

In order to be eligible for the 2015 Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Be a female student currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at a university for the 2015-2016 academic year.
  • Intend to be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at a university for the 2016-2017 academic year.
  • Be majoring in computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical field.
  • Not have a close relative working for Adobe Research.

Scholarship Worth:

The Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship includes:

  • A $10,000 award paid once with no strings attached.
  • A Creative Cloud subscription membership for one year.
  • An Adobe Research mentor.
  • An internship opportunity at Adobe for the 2016 summer.

Please submit your application by December 31st.

Application Process:

Applications must include:

  • A resume
  • Academic transcripts from your current and/or past institution
  • Three references (our online application system will request letters from your references via email)
  • Answers to up to four essay questions, which will be available when we start accepting applications
  • An optional 60-second video or multimedia submission describing your dream career.

E-Mail: scholarship@adoberesearch.com

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship 2016 for Undergraduate

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