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Microsoft Scholarship

A Microsoft scholarship provides a leg up so you can pursue undergraduate studies in computer science and related technical disciplines. You’ll join a community of scholarship recipients from the United States, Canada and Mexico who share your passion for technology and academic excellence. It all adds up to achieving your primary goal—making a real difference in the software industry.

You may receive either a full or partial scholarship for the academic year. Full tuition scholarships will cover tuition for the academic year as posted by the financial aid office at your college or university. Microsoft will make payments to the designated school, and they’re not transferable to other academic institutions. You may use the funds for tuition only—not for other costs listed on your bursar bill, such as room and board.

You’ll also need to apply for a summer internship and if offered an internship, you must complete the salaried summer internship of 12 weeks or more at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington. (Microsoft reserves the right not to offer an internship position to the scholarship winner if an appropriate match cannot be found.)

Microsoft is offering four different types of technical scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year to current undergraduate students: General Scholarships, Women’s Scholarships, Minority Scholarships, and Scholarships for Students with Disabilities. Students are selected based on their exceptional leadership work in the promotion of diversity in STEM disciplines at their university.

To be eligible, you must be enrolled full time in a Bachelor’s degree program at a 4-year college or university in the United States, Canada, or Mexico at the time you submit the application.



Fields of Study:

  • Computer Science and related technical disciplines

Location:

  • United States
  • North America

Program Type:

  • Study

Citizenship:

  • US Citizen
  • US National or Permanent Resident
  • Citizen of another country

Program Length:

  • One year

Special Considerations:

  • Extreme financial need
  • Underrepresented racial or ethnic group
  • Female
  • Disabilities

Degree Level:

  • Undergrad

GPA Cut Off:

  • 3

Amount:

  • Full or Partial Tuition