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Intel Scholarship and Fellowship Programs (Four Year Universities)

Intel Site Scholarships

Intel awards renewable scholarships for women and underrepresented minority students at a number of Intel site universities in the United States. Scholars are selected as incoming freshmen from in-state high schools, and the award is renewable annually for up to four years. Scholarships vary by site. Please contact your school to determine if Intel scholarships are available for your degree.

Intel Masters Fellowship Program

There are two organizations that administer the process for Intel for Master's fellowships. One organization is the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science, Inc. (GEM). The second organization is the Semiconductor Research Corporation. Please contact these organizations for any questions you may have about the programs, including the application process.

Intel PhD Fellowship Program

This competitive fellowship program awards 1-year fellowships to PhD candidates doing work in fields related to Intel's business and research interests. Fellowships are available at selected U.S. universities. Approximately 35 fellowships are awarded annually. Special emphasis is on women and students of color.

PhD fellowship includes:

  • Cash award (tuition/fees/graduate stipend)
  • Intel® microprocessor-based personal computer system
  • Intel mentor
  • Opportunity to do an internship or research at Intel

Robert Noyce Memorial Fellowship

Named for the late co-founder of Intel Corporation, Robert Noyce, these fellowships were established at 3 universities that Dr. Noyce was close to during his lifetime. The Noyce Foundation (Robert Noyce's family) has also established additional Noyce Fellowships at these universities.

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Leaders for Manufacturing Program
  • The University of California at Berkeley - Microelectronics, Business
  • The University of Texas at Austin - Microelectronics

The Intel Noyce Fellowships are endowed awards and recipients are selected by the universities based on academic excellence in the stated fields.

The Robert Noyce Memorial Fellowship includes:

  • Cash award (administered by the university)
  • Intel microprocessor-based personal computer system
  • Intel mentor
  • Opportunity to do an internship or research at Intel

For additional information about Intel's Higher Education programs, visit the Intel Innovation in Education web site.

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