Call open: Monday 5th October – Friday 30th October 2020
Background: A number of scholarships, which include monetary bursaries in the amount of €3000, will be offered to select students who are pursuing an undergraduate Level 8 Degree in Computer Science or Electronic Engineering.
ELIGIBILITY: The opportunity to apply for a scholarship will be offered to the undergraduate students who are working in fields related to Intel’s research and technology needs. The scholarship is open to female students who are pursuing a Level 8 Degree in Computer Science or Electronic Engineering in the 2020/2021 academic year. Students should be in their third or final year of their degree. The expectation is that these students will be seeking employment opportunities in the second half of 2021 or 2022.
THE AWARDS: A monetary award of €3000 will be made to the successful students. The successful students will also be allocated an Intel mentor who will be available throughout their academic studies.
EVALUATION: Students are invited to apply for the scholarship by providing a brief outline of modules covered on their course to date, while also providing a 250 word description of their future career goals. Entries should be sent to Valerie Bartley at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday October 30th. Intel will review these applications, which may be followed by an interview later in the year, when a final selection will be made.
FUTURE PLANS: Intel will remain in contact with the successful students during the remainder of the 2020/2021 academic year and may invite the successful candidates to attend on-site or virtual events. They may also be given the opportunity to undertake a summer work placement.
|Applicant Email Address|
|Application Student Number|
|University||National University of Ireland - Maynooth|
|Future Career Goals (250 words max.)|
Completed forms should be returned to Valerie Bartley at email@example.com by Friday Oct 30th 2020.
Intel is committed to respecting your privacy and your information will only be visible to the Intel scholarship administration and review panel. By completing the application form you are providing Intel personal information such as your name, email address and telephone number. This information will be used only for the purpose of assessing your eligibility for selection as an Intel Women in Technology scholar. In the case of successful applicants, we may need to retain your personal information for as long as you are an Intel scholar. For any unsuccessful candidates, all personal information provided to Intel will be deleted once the review process has been complete. To learn more about Intel’s privacy practices, please visit http://www.intel.com/privacy.