The 2022 Fund of XRP Ledger Trust Scholarship
Description of Scholarship:
The purpose of the Fund is to support research projects and scientific articles, published or submitted for publication, by the students (incl. Master’s level and doctoral students) of the University of Tartu that are related to the transition to digital economy.
The amount of the Bachelor student scholarship is 1,500 euros, Master’s students are granted 2,000 euros and doctoral students 3,000 euros. Every year, 2-3 scholarships are awarded to the students of each level.
Full Eligibility Requirements:
All students of the University of Tartu (incl. Master’s level and doctoral students) may apply for the scholarship whose research is related to the field of digital economy.
How to Apply:
The documents to be submitted by the applicants to the University of Tartu Foundation by the announced due date are as follows:
- an application for the scholarship (electronic form on the Foundation’s web page);
- an outline for a research project and explanation on how it relates to the field of digital economy (up to 2 pages) or a file containing the scientific publication;
- a certificate attesting to the applicant’s study results;
- a letter of recommendation from a supervising teaching staff member.
Deadline to Apply:
September 15st 2022
Scholarship will be awarded:
At the reception of the UT Foundation's spring semester scholarship recipients in mid-June. The scholarship will be paid out after signing the contract with the University of Tartu Foundation.
Examples of researches related to transition to digital economy:
a) creation of technology solutions that leverage the XRP Ledger. For example utility payments, retail payments, collection of donations, forensic analysis, integration with autonomous devices/vehicles;
b) study and create papers that are applicable to the legal context of decentralized technologies such as the XRP Ledger. For example multi country, decentralized (no governing party), frameworks for AML.
More information about the XRP Ledger can be found at https://xrpl.org.