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Pour les femmes et les jeunes filles: découvrir les opportunités qu'offre le secteur des TIC

Cette section du portail sur les jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC contient des liens vers des offres de bourses, des concours et des récompenses, des formations et des stages, des réseaux en ligne, des camps technologiques, des informations sur les Journées nationales des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC ainsi que d'autres initiatives visant à encourager et à aider les femmes et les jeunes filles à choisir une carrière dans ce secteur. Nota bene: toute question concernant un programme cité doit être envoyée à l'organisateur du programme.

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Enregistrements trouvés: 88
Publié le:01/01/12
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Le "Chateaubriand Fellowship" est une concession offerte par le l'ambassade de la France aux Etats-Unis.  Chaque année, elle permet des étudiants de PhD inscrits dans les universités américaines à la recherche de conduite dans un laboratoire français (public ou privé) pendant une période de 4 à 10 mois.

Ce programme a deux objectifs principaux :

1.Permettent aux étudiants américains de tirer bénéfice d'une expérience dans un des meilleurs laboratoires en France.

2.Développent la coopération scientifique entre la France et les Etats-Unis.

Fellowships are an effective modality for UNESCO to enhance the human resources and capacity-building of Member States, especially developing countries. Fellowships are specially tailored training which are designed to give qualified persons practicing or intending to practice a profession in the field of the UNESCO programme priorities an opportunity to receive additional and practical training, thus contributing to the advancement and circulation of knowledge and skill promoting development and international understanding.

UNESCO Co-Sponsors Fellowship Programmes in a variety of countries.  The UNESCO/ Poland Co-Sponsored Fellowship focuses on research in the field of Science, Technology and Engineering and one research area supported by th eUNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme (UNESCO/Japan Young Researchers’ Fellowship Programme) is in Information and Communication Technologies.  The extra-budgetary UNESCO/ Saudi Arabia Fellowships Programme (Enhancing Palestinian Human Capital) gives special consideration to female candidates.

WISEST is an organization that supports networks and provides programmes to increase the representation of women and Aboriginal students in science, engineering, and technology.  The organization offers such programmes at a variety of educational levels including for middle school, high school, and university students. 

Publié le:03/07/14
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The University of Colorodo offers a variety of scholarships specifically for women. In particular, the Maryam Elizabeth Mogadam Memorial Scholarship Fund is for undergraduate female business majors preferably studying information technology/systems.  The Sheryl R. Young Memorial Scholarship is awarded to female graduate students in a variety of fields, including computer science.  The University also offers many additional scholarships for women in engineering.

Publié le:02/07/14
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The PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women in Engineering Bursary gives awards to women studying Engineering at UPEI in recognition and support of women pursuing non-traditional fields.  UPEI offers the following additional scholarships for computer science students (both male and female): the Wayne Cutcliffe Computer Science Co-op Education Award, the Bank of Montreal Undergraduate Scholarship, the DeltaWare Systems Scholarship, the Honorable R. Lloyd G. MacPhail Prize, and the Laura Cauty Memorial Scholarship.

Publié le:09/07/14
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The Women in Computer Science Scholarship seeks to encourage female students to pursue a major in Computer Science.  Students should be in the second year of their degree program as a Computer Science major either in the College of Arts and Science or Edward’s School of Business.

Provides information on IT & Engineering scholarships, mentoring,  international programmes, summer programmes, and speaker programmes.

Publié le:21/07/14

University of the People (UoPeople) is the world’s first non-profit, tuition-free, accredited, online university. It is dedicated to opening access to higher education globally for all qualified individuals, despite financial, geographic or societal constraints.

The University does not charge students for classes, study materials, or for annual enrollment. Applicants are only charged a non-refundable $10-$50 Application Processing Fee and a $100 Exam Processing Fee per end-of-course exam. For those individuals who are unable to pay these fees, UoPeople offers a variety of scholarships. There are two scholarships specifically for women, the HP Scholarship and the Intel Haitian Women Scholarship.

UoPeople offers four degree programs: Associate (2 years) and Bachelor (4 years) degrees in Computer Science, and Associate and Bachelor degrees in Business Administration.  Scholarships are available for both Associate and Bachelor degrees.

How to Apply: UoPeople accepts all high-school graduates who have internet access and can prove sufficient knowledge of the English language. Applicants are invited to apply for these exciting scholarship opportunities.  Applicants should first complete the UoPeople online application. Upon admittance to UoPeople, applicants will be invited to submit a request for financial aid from one of our scholarships.  Don't miss this incredible opportunity - apply today!

Scholarship Application Deadline: five terms per year, for more details please visit our academic calendar

 

Publié le:09/07/14
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This scholarship encourages students of good academic standing to pursue a Computer Science Degree.  Applicants also must be members of the Association for Women in Computing and/or the Society for Women Engineers. 

WAAW offers African Girls STEM camps, scholarships, and mentoring for African women in STEM fields.

In India and the United States, Women Enhancing Technology (WeTech) links girls and women to technology scholarships, training, mentors, and internships in preparation for technology careers.  In Africa, WeTech provides seed grants to women’s groups and individuals striving to support women and girls in computer science.

Publié le:08/07/14
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The Women in Technology Scholarship program, sponsored by Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP), offers scholarships to women pursuing a career in computer science, information technology, management information systems, or other related fields. 

The scholarship program offers multiple scholarships of up to $2,500 for women attending or planning to attend a two- or four-year college within the United States.  Submissions are due in early March.

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) carries out the following activities:

  • Provides the Doris Gray Scholarship for women studying engineering in Scotland who intend to study or are studying an HND, Degree, or PhD in Scotland, who have financial difficulties beyond the normal circumstances, and who intend to work as an engineer in Scotland/the UK after completion of their course
  • Awards the annual Karen Burt Memorial Award to encourage women to reach Chartered Engineer Status (nominations are due at the end of July)
  • Hosts the WES Female Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration, 14-15 November, at Aston University Birmingham
  • Holds a National Women in Engineering Day (NWED), 23 June
  • Helps set up student networks
  • And has cluster groups which hold local events