The student should be currently enrolled in a high education programme in the area of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, User Experience, or related field. This includes Bachelors, Masters and PhD students. The Scholarship will be awarded primarily based on a project or thesis in which the needs of persons with disabilities in terms of accessibility to ICT (e-Accessibility) are taken into consideration and/or an innovative solution to enhance their access is proposed. The project must be an integral component of the educational programme undertaken by the student (e.g. final year assignment or part of their Masters or PhD. The project may either be a proposal or it can already be underway. The project/thesis will be judged according to the following criteria:
- the student’s academic level;
- the originality of the project;
- scientific quality and respect to the state of the art;
- how it takes into account the diverse needs of persons with disabilities;
- its innovativeness and the contribution the project makes to advancing e-accessibility for persons with disabilities;
- preference will be given to students studying for the whole of the 2016-2017 academic year.
To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
Applicants will be asked to submit via email and in accessible formats:
Applications should be sent by email to: eaccessibility.scholarship-at-edf-feph.org with subject line: ‘EDF-Oracle Scholarship’. The deadline is 15 September 2016.