Computer Science Scholarship for Female Master´s
Computer Science Scholarship for Female Master´s. Female scholarship in Computer science, a boost to female literacy. All Female students in the field of computer science (CS) are eligible candidate. In like manner, those who plan to pursue one of the master‘s programs in Computer Science can also apply.
All these vacancies are available at the Faculty of Informations at TU Wien. The Helmut Veith Stipend award is open for Applicant whose prefered language is English. Qualify applicants are to apply. Helmut Veith Stipend (grant) beneficiaries will receive the sum of 6000 EUR annually. This is for a duration of two years. Waiver of all tuition fees at TU Wien
The Computer Science Scholarship will add a plus to female marginalization. Interested students who meet the following conditions are eligible to apply
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Mathematics. Interested in (at least one) of the following areas:
- Logic in Computer Science
- Formal Methods and Verificatio
- Computer Security
- Algorithms and Complexity Theory
- Databases and Knowledge Representation
- Artificial Intelligence
- Software Engineering
- Proficiency in English Applicants must be eligible for admission to one of the master’s programs in computer science at TU Wien that are taught in English. In 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 those are:
- One is on Master in Business Informatics
- Master in Computational Logic
- lastly, Master in Computer Engineering
In like manner, Helmut Veith Stipend (grant)Students who are awarded the Helmut Veith Stipend, receive 6000 EURO annually. This is for a duration of about two years.Waiver of all tuition fees at TU Wien. TU ViennaTU Vienna has a city campus which occupies a large number of buildings in the historic center of Vienna. Located at Karlsplatz, a main hub for public transport in the city, it is surrounded by cultural hot-spots such as Vienna State Opera, Secession, Musikverein, Kunsthalle and many more. The adjacent museum quarter, the artsy Freihaus Viertel with many cafes and galleries, and the vast grocery market Naschmarkt with large variety of international food add to the location’s attractiveness.
Logic in Vienna
Similarly, Logic in Vienna has a long tradition which traces back to medieval times: the first rector of the University of Vienna (and paramount in the founding of the university) was the well-known scholastic logician Albert of Saxony. Also, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, who was very influential for the development of modern abstract logic and a visionary towards the idea of automated deduction (“Calculemus!”), spent several years in Vienna.
Furthermore, Applications for funding can be filed before or in parallel with the admissions process, but the funding will only be awarded to students who have been unconditionally admitted to a master’s program at TU Wien – Vienna University of Technology.