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Top 10 AI Scholarships Every Aspirant Should be Aware of

Top 10 AI Scholarships Every Aspirant Should be Aware of

With the average cost of college tuition fee only surging with every passing year, students find it difficult to even make a judicious choice.

Artificial intelligence is a budding domain that holds a special place in the basket of innovative technologies.  By and large, companies are on a roll to adapt to artificial intelligence in a big way to scale up operations to pave way for a higher rate of returns. It is the job-seekers market with such a scale of demand in the market for AI engineers. However, with the average cost of college tuition fee only surging with every passing year, students find it difficult to even make a judicious choice in choosing a career in innovative and promising areas like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and deep learning. A report published by educationdata.org states that the average cost of college fees has more than doubled in the 21st century, with an annual growth rate of 6.8%. In these circumstances, having a scholarship lets a student have the freedom of choosing the program of choice and expand their experience through internships and opportunities to study abroad. Here we have enumerated the top 10 AI scholarship programs to consider to land in the perfect groove of learning.

 

Aws ML and AI scholarship program:

AWS offers AI and ML scholarship programs in collaboration with Intel and Udacity. Around 2,000 students per year receive scholarships for the Udacity AI programming with Python Nanodegree program, which costs $4,000 USD in value. In the four-month virtual course, students get to learn programming tools and techniques in AI and ML.

 

Simple AI scholarships:

Simplr offers scholarships of around $ 7,500 every year to students who submit compelling essays on the technologies like AI, ML, IoT, Blockchain technology, etc. The fellowship seekers should be current students who have attended an accredited community college or university. International students and students studying under the DACA program are eligible for this scholarship.

 

IIT-Madras fellowship:

IIT-M scholarship in AI studies aims to attract early-career artificial intelligence researchers. In collaboration with the institute’s Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and AI and Narayanan Family Foundation, the fellowship provides support for research in AI for social good. The scholars are paid anything between 15 lakhs to 18 lakhs annually and a one-time research grant of up to 30 lakhs.

 

New Zealand Aid program:

New Zealand Aid Programme is an annual scholarship program aimed at international students from commonwealth countries. The scholarships are provided at different levels like an undergraduate, Ph.D., bachelor’s, master’s, etc. The scholarship includes a living allowance of NZ$491 per week, an establishment allowance of NZ$3000, and medical and travel insurance. It is an annual process and the deadline usually lies between 28 Feb/ 27 March, annually.

 

Microsoft research fellow program:

Microsoft RF program is meant for fellows who are keen to develop an acumen for AI in terms of learning and research. The researchers would contribute to every stage of the research life-cycle from ideation to project deployment. Candidates should have completed their graduation or postgraduation in technology with any specialization. The deadline for application is extended till the end of April 2022.

 

The Netherlands fully funded scholarships:

Netherland Government’s fully funded scholarship now is open for international students. This scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science along with several other Dutch research universities. Students receive a one-time grant of up to Euro 5,000 in the first year of studies, which funds the tuition fee partly.

 

Qualcomm innovation fellowship:

This program is designed for students from a preselected variety of top US-based and international schools. The selection is based on the proposal submitted by students on any innovative idea of their choice. With their one-year scholarship program, they have awarded up to $15 million to students since the program started in 2009. Through these programs, Qualcomm strives to foster young talent throughout the world.

 

Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship:

This scholarship program is open for students from around 155 countries and offers support for courses offered in the USA. Each year, around 4000 students receive support at various levels which include Masters and Phd. The eligibility criteria differ with the countries. As far as Indian students are concerned, they can avail scholarship program in a foreign language teaching assistant program. The annual deadline for application lies somewhere between February and October.

 

British Council IELTS Award:

British council’s IELTS award carries up to ₤10,000 as a fellowship. It aims to assist high-caliber individuals who are motivated to contribute to society. This scholarship is available for students pursuing either undergraduate or postgraduate courses anywhere in the world. It is an English-taught program and accepts IELTS as one of the admission requirements.

 

Australian Award scholarships:

Australian Awards Scholarships for International Students offers financial support for students who want to pursue a Master’s level program in any field. Formerly known as Australian Development Scholarships, they are aimed at providing opportunities for people hailing from developing countries to undertake full-time or part-time master’s programs at Australian universities and Technical and Further Educational (TAFE) Institutions.