Scholarships for women 2018

  • Enspiral Dev Academy
  • New Zealand
  • Jun 05, 2018
Scholarship - General Computer Science Technology

Description

Keen for an adventure? A passion for tech? A desire to learn fast?

If this applies to you and you identify as a woman, we have what you’re looking for: Scholarships for women keen to become web software developers.

Technology is one of the fastest growing sectors in New Zealand. Studies and common sense tell us that a more diverse industry is good for companies, products and end users, and makes for better workplaces and industry.

In partnership with the workplace-training provider Skills.org, we are excited to offer eight Women in Tech scholarships for our upcoming bootcamps. Read more below, and apply today for Dev Academy and the Women in Tech scholarship. 
 
What is it and how to apply? 
 
Dev Academy is offering eight scholarships of $9,000 each to successful female applicants, reducing the course fee to $1,500. 
 
The Details
  • $9000 off course fees
  • Remaining $1500 payable upon acceptance into the programme
  • Funded through Skills.org
  • Any woman who is passionate about getting into web development can apply for this scholarship.

We’re looking for women with a passion for technology, specifically for working in web development, and who have the tenacity and drive to thrive in our programme.

Scholarships must be used in 2018. Apply for Bootcamps starting either

  • 6 August 2018, or
  • 15 October 2018.
  • Students need to be ready to begin Phase 0, our eight- to 16-week prep programme, on 5 June to attend the August Bootcamp, and 2 July to attend the October Bootcamp.

We reserve the right to select candidates based on their application and the interview. We assess applications based on their level of professional or community experience (a key factor in succeeding in the programme), the level of tenacity and self-awareness to succeed, and any previous experience in coding (HTML, CSS, Wordpress all count!).

This scholarship is available for anyone who identifies as a woman, and is a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.