Google offers education and scholarship programs for students which are targeted to inspire and help the students in a way that they can become future leaders in computing and technology. Accordingly, they can breach the barriers that prevent them to enter into their interested fields to grow the skills. Google Scholarships Program was introduced to assist aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders.
Under this program, selected students will receive 10,000 USD and 5,000 CAD for those studying in the US and for those studying in Canada respectively. On behalf of this scholarship program, current high school seniors need to be attend Google Computer Science Summer Institute. Current undergraduate or graduate students need to attend the Google Scholar's retreat.
Who Can Apply?
- The student must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at a university for the current academic year as 2017-2018.
- Alternatively, students can also intend to be enrolled as an undergraduate or accepted as a full-time student at a university in the United States or Canada for the academic year of 2018-2019.
- He or she should be pursuing a computer science or computer engineering or relevant degree in any technical field.
- Provide evidence that he or she has a strong academic record of achievement.
- Demonstrate a passion for computer and science technology.
- Female students can apply for the women techmakers scholarship program and students should apply for the program of Google Lime Scholarship in order to get benefits.
Google Scholarship for Current High School Seniors
- Must be a current high school senior.
- You should be available to the program of Google's computer science summer institute in the year of 2018.
- You may intend to pursue a computer science or computer engineering degree or other related technical degree.
- Exhibit a strong academic record of achievement.
Currently, it is accepting applications for high school seniors. The online application will include current resume, general background information like contact number and information about your current and intended institutions, responses to multiple short answer questions, and academic transcript. According to the overall strength and application materials, recipients will be chosen by comparing entire applicant pool.