Scholarships for Business and Computer Science
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BrainTrack, the widely referenced higher-education resource, today announced two new biannual scholarship programs: The BrainTrack Business Schools Scholarship and The BrainTrack Computer Science Degree Scholarship. Designed both to support current students and to help others evaluate business or computer science as a career path, these BrainTrack scholarships will provide a $1,000 first place and $500 runner up award for the best essays about an entrant’s experiences as a student. Winners will be selected based on the creativity, focus, overall thoughtfulness, accuracy, and practical value of their responses to essay questions. BrainTrack will publish those essays which prove most helpful to future students.
The BrainTrack Business Schools Scholarship
Students pursuing a business or management degree are eligible for The BrainTrack Business Schools Scholarship, which helps recipients fund their education as they prepare to enter or advance their careers in such fields as general management, marketing, advertising, sales, accounting, finance, management analysis and consulting. The scholarship is designed to help others considering these careers by asking applicants to share essays on their experiences as a business or management degree student. The scholarship is open to students with at least one semester of credits towards an associate, bachelors, masters, or higher degree. A winning and runner-up award is given every semester.
Entry deadlines are November 1 and March 1, with awards payable towards the student’s current or following semester. Determination of winners will be undertaken by independent judges familiar with business and management as well as BrainTrack staff. BrainTrack Business Schools Scholarship rules and entry forms are available at: http://www.braintrack.com/colleges-by-career/general-managers#scholarship.
The BrainTrack Computer Science Degree Scholarship
The BrainTrack Computer Science Degree Scholarship helps students pay for studies as they ready themselves to begin or advance careers in such areas as programming, software engineering, systems analysis, database administration, network administration, systems administration, network analysis and communications analysis. Eligible students must have at least one semester of credits towards graduation and be enrolled in an associate, bachelors, masters, or doctoral degree program in computer science, information science, or information technology. The scholarship is set up to provide helpful guidance to those considering these fields through essays that share the experiences and insights of entrants.
Entry deadlines are November 1 and March 1, with awards payable towards the student’s current or following semester. Selection of winners will be undertaken by independent judges familiar with computer science fields as well as BrainTrack staff. BrainTrack Computer Science Degree Scholarship rules and entry forms are available at: http://www.braintrack.com/colleges-by-career/computer-programmers#scholarship.
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