Semiconductor Research Corporation
This scholarship pays for full tuition and fees for up to two years of graduate-level education, as well as $2,000 annually for spending and miscellaneous expenses.
The number of awards provided annually varies depending on the number of company-named scholarships are sponsored.
The Master's Scholarship Program was created in 1997 for the purpose of attracting qualified students who are also in underrepresented minority categories to graduate study in areas of interest to the semiconductor industry. In 1999, the program was opened to women as a category and has since been opened to underrepresented students holding refugee or political asylum status in the U.S.
The award program will not be active in the 2017-2018 academic year, but is expected to return in 2019. The deadline date shown here is tentative based on last year's date. Please check back in Decemb ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.