This scholarship is for US citizens, US resident aliens, and permanent US residents (including territories and possessions) who will be attending any accredited public or private religious or non-religious US college or university inclusively in or before the 2018 calendar year. To enter, students must develop high-value, high-quality software to be made available the public. One winner will be chosen in each of the following twelve categories: Android games, iOS games, Windows PC games, non-Windows PC games, Windows phone/tablet games, console games, Android non-games, iOS non-games, Windows PC non-games, non-Windows PC games, Windows phone/tablet non-games, and console games. Entrants will have the opportunity to see their work published and available to the public. Entrants who do not win first prize in their categories may still generate revenue that can be used to offset the cost of education. Entrants may submit as many apps as desired and may use the generated revenue in any lawful way the entrant chooses. Please see website for additional criteria and guidelines.
How easy is it to apply?
This scholarship's application process may include long-term projects, contest entries or some other very time-intensive process.
How much competition is there?
You will be competing against a pretty high number of people for this scholarship.