Experian Data Quality (EDQ) is delighted to invite applications for the Experian Data Quality Scholarship Contest. Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled at an accredited college in the United States. They must be minimum 18 years of age. The winner will receive benefit of $5,000. To apply, students are required to submit their essay and video no later than 31 August 2016.
Experian Data Quality encourages you to share your final production within your social networks and let them help you spread your data story. Experian Data Quality’s (“EDQ”) aim is to engage students and showcase their creativity in expressing the power of data in their daily passions. EDQ challenges students to create a video and write a short essay explaining the role data plays in our daily lives.
The winning candidates will get $5,000.00 USD award.
Level and Area of Studies
College or university level in any subject.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- The Experian Data Quality Contest (“Contest”) is open only to individuals age eighteen (18) or older
- Currently enrolled in good academic standing and in or entering their final year at an accredited college or university (“School”) in the United States (“Entrants”)
- Employees and interns of Experian or its affiliates and their immediate family members (children, domestic partner, parents, siblings, and spouse) and others living in their household are not eligible or are excluded from the contest
The United States citizens are welcome to apply.
To apply, all contestants are required to follow the instruction below:
- In a short 1:00 – 2:00 Minute Video Please demonstrate how you use data in your every day life and what data quality means to you, or how you perceive data’s role in the world, they want you to tell your data story.
- In 400-600 words, write a brief essay around data quality. Please feel free to be creative in your choice of topic. You can write around what data quality means to you, how data quality affects your life, how it is used in various industries and work settings, how you use data in college to help make decisions or complete your assignments
31 August 2016.