The Google PhD Fellowship Program 2022 is fully funded.

 

Students who are awarded a Google PhD Fellowship are among a select group of young scholars who have been identified by Google researchers and their respective institutions as among the world’s most promising. Those students who reflect the future of research in the following fields are eligible for the Fellowships:

Optimization, Markets and Algorithms
Applied Cognitive and Neural Sciences
Medical Study
Machine Learning and Human Interaction
Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, and Machine Perception
Computing on the Move
Computer-Aided Translation (including Information Retrieval and Extraction)
Software Engineering and Programming Languages for Privacy and Security
Recommender Systems for Quantum Computing
Computing and Networking based on structured data
Funded to complete a bachelor’s degree It is possible to apply to the Google PhD Fellowship Program 2022 if you are interested in pursuing a PhD degree at a university in Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America, Canada, Africa, or India.

A list of the subjects that are eligible for this scholarship may be seen here.

All Ph.D. students will be eligible for Google’s full-funding scholarships, regardless of their field of study.

Nationalities that are eligible include all those listed below.

Criteria for Nomination: Only students who meet the following criteria should be nominated by universities in Australia and New Zealand; East Asia; Europe; the United States; and Canada:

Graduate students who are enrolled full-time in a PhD program at a university in one of the regions indicated above.
By the academic year in which the Fellowship begins, you must have completed all of your graduate studies.
To keep the Fellowship, students must continue enrolled full-time in their PhD program throughout the award period.
Employees of Google, as well as their spouses, children, and household members, are ineligible.
This award is not open to students who are already supported by a similar award from a business or sector. Government and non-profit organizations are exempt from this rule.
Only available in Australia and New Zealand. Students who have just begun their PhD program or who are still in their first or second year (no requirement for completion of graduate coursework by the academic award year).

Montreal, Canada, Scholarships 2023
Students from Africa, India, and Southeast Asia who apply directly
Graduate students obtaining a PhD in an African, Indian, or Southeast Asian* university who are enrolled full-time in their studies.
You can apply if you’re a student or professional, undergraduate or graduate.
Undergraduate and Master’s applicants must be enrolled, full-time, in a university in one of the following countries: Africa, India, or Southeast Asia.
It is necessary that professionals work for or are linked with a company registered in one of these regions: Africa, India, or Southeast Asia.

A full-time PhD in an African, Indian, or Southeast Asian university in computer science (or a related field) must be completed within the calendar year of the award of the Fellowship, or the prize will be forfeited.
Admission to a university’s PhD program does not follow receipt of the Fellowship. The awardee must also complete the PhD admission process at the institution or university where they intend to pursue a PhD.
To be eligible for the fellowship, a student must be enrolled in a PhD program at the institution or university where the awardee is enrolled.
For the term of the Fellowship, students must be enrolled full-time in their PhD program.
Employees of Google, as well as their spouses, children, and household members, are ineligible.
This award is not open to students who are already supported by a similar award from a business or sector. Government and non-profit organizations are exempt from this rule.

Aspirations for 2023: Scholarship
Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam are among the Southeast Asian countries eligible for a PhD Fellowship from the program.

When the application season begins, submission forms can be found on the Google PhD Fellowship Program page.

New Zealand and Australia
The university will be required to submit the following information in a single PDF file for each student nomination:

An example of a student resume that includes websites and media that the student is affiliated with (if available)
In a nutshell (1-page) The academic advisor’s CV
Transcripts of academic records, both present and previous
Recommendation letters should come from people who are familiar with the nominee’s work (at least one from the thesis advisor)
Thesis or research proposal with citations included (maximum 8 pages)
Including the United States and Canada
The university will be required to submit the following information in a single PDF file for each student nomination:

Department Chair’s signature on a cover sheet certifying that the student has met all of the department’s qualifying requirements Students must meet the following requirements:
An example of a student resume that includes websites and media that the student is affiliated with (if available)
In a nutshell (1-page) The academic advisor’s CV
Recommendation letters should come from people who are familiar with the nominee’s work (at least one from the thesis advisor)
Thesis or research proposal with citations included (maximum 8 pages)
To what extent do you think your study will have an impact on your area and on society, and why is this important to you? Personal, educational and professional experiences that have influenced your research interests should be included in this section of your application
A 350-word essay response from a student to the following question: Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have favorably affected people, helped resolve conflicts, or contributed to collective efforts over time. ( It’s not merely a title that a person in a leadership position has. Mentoring others, being in charge of a certain task, or leading an event or project are all examples of leadership. Consider your accomplishments and the lessons you’ve gained as a result of the experience. What duties did you have? No, I didn’t lead a group. Describe how this event has altered your outlook on what it means to lead others. When was a dispute at your school, church, community, or organization resolved by you? And you don’t have to confine yourself to school activities to be a leader. Taking care of one’s family versus helping others is a good example.)
Transcripts of academic records, both present and previous

Southeast Asia, India, and Africa
Students must submit the following documents (in English only) in order to apply:

A student’s résumé, including connections to their website and publications, for consideration (if available)
From the beginning of the first year/semester of a Bachelor’s degree till date, transcripts (mark sheets) are available.
Proposal for a study (maximum 3 pages, excluding references)
2 or 3 letters of recommendation from people who are familiar with the applicant’s previous work (at least one from the thesis advisor for current PhD students)
Only in Africa:
The PhD advisor’s brief (one-page) CV is required.
To what extent would earning this scholarship help you achieve your educational goals? Describe any conditions that make you eligible for a scholarship and the academic goals you hope to achieve as a result of receiving one.