ASML is the world's leading provider of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML employs more than 7,000 people.
The semiconductor industry is a world full of surprises and challenges. Following Moore's law, each new generation of chips continues to get smaller and do more than ever before. That means all electronic products - from cell phones and digital cameras to HDTVs and internet servers - become smaller, more useful or more powerful. So where does ASML come in? ASML provides the technology and tools to continue making ever-smaller features in ever-more complex chips.
At ASML we fully recognize the need for technical talents. Not only does our own future as a high-tech company depends on it, but society as a whole needs to continue innovation. That's why we offer talented technical Master students the opportunity to apply for one of the ASML Scholarships.
For students who have (nearly) completed the Bachelor of Science program at one of ASML's Dutch partner universities and who are planning to pursue a MSc degree at a Dutch partner university. The scholarship will provide financial support of 5,000 Euro per year for the entire Master's degree two-year period.
For excellent technical students from all over the world who are planning to pursue their Master degree at one of ASML's partner universities in the Netherlands. This scholarship will provide students with financial support for the entire Master's degree two-year period which covers the full tuition fee and living expenses.
The ASML Wilton Technology Scholarship is merit-based and annually supports two categories of students. First, students who have completed the Bachelor of Science program from a recognized US college or university in the Northeast, and who are planning to pursue a 2 years full time Master of Science degree at a recognized university. Second are students of Connecticut high schools entering a Bachelor of Science program at a recognized college or university anywhere in the US and pursuing a degree with a focus in technical and scientific disciplines.
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