Winning Women in Technology: J.P. Morgan scholarships
You might be eligible for a J.P. Morgan Scholarship if you study Computer Science, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Mathematical Sciences or Physics.
First-hand experience with a global financial leader
J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, working with the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. A placement will offer you a first-hand look at what it's like to work for a firm that invests US$9 billion in technology and has a team of over 40,000 technologists globally.
The scholarship includes:
- £3,000 per year of study for three years
- an industrial placement opportunity in J.P. Morgan’s technology department
The scholarship is open to all first-year students in the departments of:
- Computer Science
- Electronic and Electrical Engineering
- Mathematical Sciences
Although this scholarship aims to encourage women in technology, the scheme is open to all students who meet the criteria.
You may apply for the scholarship even if you have not chosen to do a placement year as part of your degree. However, a paid placement as a compulsory part of the scholarship, so you must be willing to commit to doing a placement year with J.P. Morgan if your application is successful.
How to apply
Submit your CV and complete J.P. Morgan's application form, which includes two questions:
- tell us why you're applying to the J.P. Morgan Scholarship in technology (250 words)
- how does technology impact and influence your daily life? (200 words)
Friday, 3 March 2017