Potential Sources of Funding for Students Specialising in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT)

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MITA DLT Scholarship Scheme 

The Centre for Distributed Ledger Technologies (“CDLT”) at the University of Malta (“University” or “UM”) is seeking to attract students through a scholarship scheme kindly made available by the Malta Information Technology Agency (“MITA”).

The Scholarships forming part of this scheme will enable students to read for Masters and Ph.D. programmes which focus on Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) within any applicable discipline and programme offered at UM (subject to eligibility terms as follows).

The 4th call is now open, see details: here


Get Qualified Tax Credits Tuition Costs

The Get Qualified Scheme covers up to 70% of tuition costs via tax credits.  See more information from the Get Qualified website here