The Transkribus 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 With this programme we want to facilitate the research in historical documents.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.
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.
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.
With a Transkribus CLARIAH-AT scholarship junior researchers in the area of Digital Humanities (DH) based in Austria can get free credit packages for (handwritten) text recognition for their thesis and individual project (without 3rd party funding).
|University of Antwerp|
|Federal University of Bahia|
|University of Calgary|
|University of Copenhagen|
|University of Helsinki|
|Ilia State University|
|Humboldt Universität Berlin|
|Technische Universität Berlin|
|University of Turin|
|Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen|
|Radboud University Nijmegen|
|University of Amsterdam|
|National University of Singapore|
|University of Lausanne and ENC-PSL Paris|
|Trinitiy College, University of Cambridge|
|University College London|
|University of Edinburgh|
|University of Manchester|
|University of Oxford|
|University of Kentucky|