About the Scholarship

The female students pursuing an undergraduate or master’s degree in the field of Computer Science are awarded the Adobe Research Women in Technology Scholarship in order to bring more gender diversity in the technology industry.

The scholarship is available to the female students who are enrolled in an accredited university or college for a course of study in technical fields like computer science, computer engineering, and so on.


Adobe Research Women in Technology Scholarship Awards

  • The recipients of the scholarship receive a one-time award of $10,000.

  • The number of awards available for the program depends on the number of applicants and decisions made by the scholarship committee.

  • The recipient of the scholarship will be provided with one year Creative Cloud subscription.

  • The recipients will be given an Adobe Research Mentor.

  • The recipients of the scholarship are offered an interview opportunity for an internship at Adobe.


Adobe Research Women in Technology Scholarship Application

The recipients of the scholarship program are selected by a committee of Adobe researchers based on the eligibility criteria and academic status.

The applicants must submit the following documents to complete the scholarship application process:

  • A resume of the applicant.

  • Academic transcripts of educational institutions attended in the past.

  • Three letters of reference to be submitted via email.

  • 4 essay answers to the questions prompted.

  • A video of 60 seconds or multimedia describing the dream career of the applicant. (Optional)


Adobe Research Women in Technology Scholarship Application Deadline

The applications inclusive of all the important documents must be submitted to the organization by 28th September without fail. No applications will be accepted past the deadline.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be a female student currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at a university.

  • The student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at a university.

  • The student must be majoring in computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical field.

  • The student should not have a close relative working for Adobe Research.