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DIVERSI IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KING PRESENTS OUR GDC16 SCHOLARSHIP FOR ASPIRING WOMEN IN GAMES

A competition for female (cis/trans) students with permanent EU residency looking to pursue a career in the games industry.

In an effort to further encourage and strengthen the presence of women in the games industry, Diversi in partnership with King will be sending 10 students to the 2016 Game Developers Conference (GDC), the world’s largest and longest-running game industry event.

The Scholarship, a competition initiated by Diversi and King’s employee network Women@King, is open for all female-identifying students with permanent EU residency pursuing a degree and considering a future in the games industry. The scholarship aims to provide more women with the opportunity to grow their network, exchange ideas and ease the transition from student life to work life.

So if you’re thinking about a professional future in the games industry, send us your application and hopefully you will be coming with us to GDC 2016!

 

The Scholarship Prize Includes

  • One ‘All Access Pass’ to the GDC 2016 in San Francisco
  • Accommodation for the 5 night stay in San Francisco
  • Flight expenses covered
  • Access to networking events specific to our Scholarship Programme

How to Participate

To participate, use the sign up form and follow its instructions. If you are chosen for round two we will ask you to complete a video interview for us.  The deadline to complete your application is January 20th and the final winners will be announced the week commencing February 8th. Read more >>

Apply here

 

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