Analytics & Data Science Summer School 2019 Developing Countries Scholarship Fund
The Institute for Analytics and Data Science is presenting its fifth annual Summer School, bringing you two weeks of cutting-edge courses across the field of data science and analytics.
Application Deadline: 2nd December 2018
Eligible Countries: Developing Countries
To be taken at (country): University of Essex, UK
About the Award: Due to our UNESCO commitments, IADS are very pleased to offer a number of fee-only scholarship opportunities for the 2019 Summer School.
Our Summer School provides a unique opportunity to:
attend state-of-the-art courses delivered by world leading academics and industry partners from around the globe
attend keynotes from renowned experts, and
network with your peers in an invaluable forum for knowledge exchange.
Whether you’re interested in the curation and management of big data, advanced techniques and methods including artificial intelligence and statistical methods, or applications of big data in fields ranging from business and finance to bioinformatics, you’ll find a set of relevant courses for you.
Eligibility: These scholarships are awarded on an application basis, and only delegates who satisfy the below criteria are eligible to apply:
Applicants must be students at an educational institution
Applicants must be from a developing country
Applicants must be able to cover their own accommodation and travel fees upon successful receipt of the award
Number of Awards: Limited
Value of Award: fee-only
Duration of Programme: 29 July – 09 August 2019
How to Apply:
- Scholarship applications will be accepted from 29 October 2018, and all completed scholarship applications must be sent to [email protected] by 2 December 2018 at 23:59. Strictly no extensions will be made to this deadline.
- Scholarship application forms can be downloaded here (Word, 15KB).
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