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Scholarships for IT students

THE CARPATHIAN Foundation launched a programme in mid September called IT Talent that will support ambitious and gifted university students. The scholarship programme will support three students from eastern Slovakia who are studying information technologies or related fields. Each student will receive a stipend of €1,000 as well as a notebook computer with internet access for one year.

THE CARPATHIAN Foundation launched a programme in mid September called IT Talent that will support ambitious and gifted university students. The scholarship programme will support three students from eastern Slovakia who are studying information technologies or related fields. Each student will receive a stipend of €1,000 as well as a notebook computer with internet access for one year.

NESS KDC, a Košice-based IT development centre that is a subsidiary of US-based Ness Technologies, supports the scholarship programme and also plans to help the students with consultations on their school or private IT projects and possibly with future employment, the SITA newswire wrote.


Topic: IT


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