Transkribus Scholarship Programme

Supporting future scholars researching historical documents

The Transribus Scholarship Programme is designed to encourage and support future scholars as this is one of our core values. With this programme we want to facilitate the research in historical documents.

The programme is open to students and teachers from any programme or discipline. Through this global programme you can get free credits to use for the Handwritten Text Recognition technology in Transkribus. Transkribus Scholarships are granted based on projects, this means that you need to apply with a specific project that you plan to spend the credtis of your Scholarship on. 

For Students

With a Transkribus Scholarship you can get free credit packages for Transkribus handwritten text recognition for your thesis project. Just send us a short description of the bachelor, master or PhD project you are working on and provide some background information about yourself.

For Teachers

To help the next generation of digital scholars as much as we can, we also aim to support those who teach them with free credits. Feel free to send us a short description of your current or upcoming course, webinar, programme or workshop, regardless of the kind of school, university or event, and provide some background information about yourself.

The Transkribus Scholarship Programme so far

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Institutions where we have supported projects

Australia
Griffith University
Austria
Universität Wien
Belgium
KU Leuven
University of Antwerp
Brasil
Federal University of Bahia
Canada
University of Calgary
China
Fudan University
Denmark
University of Copenhagen
Finland
University of Helsinki
France
Paris-Sorbonne University
Georgia
Ilia State University
Germany
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Humboldt Universität Berlin
Technische Universität Berlin
Universität Frankfurt
Universität Freiburg
Universität Hamburg
Universität Heidelberg
Universität Kassel
Universitätsbibliothek Frankfurt/Main
Italy
Hertziana Library
University of Turin
University Padua
Netherlands
Huygens ING
Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen
Leiden University
Radboud University Nijmegen
University of Amsterdam
Singapore
National University of Singapore
Switzerland
Universität Basel
Universität Bern
Universität Zürich
University of Lausanne and ENC-PSL Paris
UK
Trinitiy College, University of Cambridge
University College London
University of Edinburgh
University of Manchester
University of Oxford
USA
Columbia University
University of Kentucky