Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship to Study in Canada 2022
Are you graduating from high school in 2022 and planning to study computer science at university? Then apply for a $30,000 Canadian scholarship and a paid summer internship at Amazon.
The Amazon Engineer Scholarship aims to motivate and educate individuals from underserved and underrepresented populations who wish to pursue a career in computer science. The scholarship program offers students the opportunity to advance their careers through an annual scholarship for up to four years.
Requirements for Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship 2022
For consideration for the Engineering Scholarship, interested applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Graduating high school (outside of Quebec) or CEGEP (in Quebec) in 2022
- Entering full time studies in a first bachelor starting fall 2022
- Pursuing a Computer Science related degree
- Employees and immediate family members of Amazon.com and its subsidiaries are not eligible to apply.
Academic excellence, computer expertise, demonstrated leadership and involvement in school and community organizations, work experience, unusual personal or family situations, financial need, and racial/ethnic/gender diversity are taken into account to determine scholarship candidates.
How to Apply for Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship 2022
Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship applicants should apply online through the Universities Canada Scholarship Partners program by the deadline and provide all the required information.
Application Dateline: The deadline for scholarships is 25th April 2022.
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