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Scholarships open for application for studying, research, projects advancing women’s engineering studies and for a study trip to the United States

Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering Student Services declares the scholarships from the Combined Student Fund, Kansallis-Osake-Pankki Fund, Marja-Terttu Tanttinen Fund, Strömberg Fund, Julius Tallberg Fund and Ernst Wirtzen Fund open for application
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The Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering Student Services declares the following scholarship open for application:

Scholarship from the Combined Student Fund 

From the proceeds of the Combined Student Fund, one scholarship of EUR 1000 to academically successful students who are studying towards their master’s degree in technology and have completed their Bachelor of Science (Technology) degree in Aalto University.  Applicants should attach an official transcript of records to their application.

Applicants should apply via electronic form in the address 
https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A  
by 30 September, 2021 at 23.59 hours. Applications received late will be ignored. The transcript of records should be in pdf-form and should be named as follows:

Lastname_Firstname_Transcript_of_records.pdf

Payment details are requested later, if necessary.

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Scholarships from the Kansallis-Osake-Pankki Fund

From the proceeds of the Kansallis-Osake-Pankki Fund, three scholarships of EUR 1000 for teachers of engineering and technology at Aalto University, or postgraduate students actively engaged in teaching duties. The attachments applicants are required to submit with their application include a research plan, a list of publications or a publication plan for publications to be included in the dissertation, a brief account of teaching activities, and a transcript of records (from postgraduate students).

Applications are submitted via an electronic form in https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A latest on 30 September, 2021 at 23.59 hours. Applications received late will be ignored.

The attachments should be in pdf-form and be named as follows:

  • Lastname_Firstname_Research_plan.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_ List_of_publications.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_ List_of_teaching_activities.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_Transcript_of_records.pdf

Payment details are requested later, if necessary.

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Scholarship from the Strömberg Fund

From the proceeds of the Oy Strömberg Ab Fund, one scholarship of EUR 1000 to support research work related to electrical engineering at Aalto University. Applicants are required to submit a research plan and a list of publications as attachments to their application.

Applications are submitted via an electronic form in https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A latest on 30 September, 2021 at 23.59 hours. Applications received late will be ignored.

The attachments should be in pdf-form and be named as follows:

  • Lastname_Firstname_Research_plan.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_ List_of_publications.pdf

Payment details are requested later, if necessary.

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Scholarships from the Julius Tallberg Fund

From the proceeds of the Julius Tallberg Fund, three scholarships of EUR 1000 to academically successful students who are studying towards their master’s degree in technology and have completed their Bachelor of Science (Technology) degree in Aalto University.  Applicants should attach an official transcript of records to their application.

Applicants should apply via electronic form in the address https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A 
by 30 September, 2021 at 23.59 hours. Applications received late will be ignored.

The transcript of records should be in pdf-form and should be named as follows:

Lastname_Firstname_Transcript_of_records.pdf

Payment details are requested later, if necessary.

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Scholarships from the Marja-Terttu Tanttinen Fund

From the Marja-Terttu Tanttinen Fund, two scholarships of EUR 1000. These scholarships are open to individuals, teams and communities.

The scholarships are awarded for projects that advance women’s engineering studies or encourage women to engage in studies of engineering and technology.

Applications are submitted viaelectronic form https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A. Supporting arguments motivating the application are to be recorded under Additional information. Applications should be submitted by 30 September, 2021, at 23:59 the latest. Applications received after that hour will be ignored.

Payment details will be requested later, if necessary.

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Scholarship from the Ernst Wirtzen Fund

From the proceeds of Ernst Wirtzen Fund, one scholarship of EUR 4000, for an Aalto University student or postgraduate student in the field of engineering and technology, for a study trip to the United States for a period of approximately one year. Applicants are required to submit an acceptance letter from the host university or research institution, as well as a research or travel plan, and a statement from their intended tutor or supervisor, if applicable.

Applications are submitted via an electronic form in https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/02252A5CE40C3D9A latest on 30 September, 2021 at 23.59 hours. Applications received late will be ignored.

The attachments should be in pdf-form and be named as follows:

  • Lastname_Firstname_acceptance_letter.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_plan.pdf
  • Lastname_Firstname_statement.pdf

Payment details are requested later, if necessary.

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