Graduate scholarships provide funding for candidates intent on achieving a master's or PhD degree with a focus on records and information management. The AIEF will award two scholarships one for graduate students in North America and one for graduate students in Europe Africa or Asia. No past awardees may apply.
The types of course(s) that qualify for funding include but are not limited to records management; records technologies archival administration; information science; information technology management; knowledge management; information governance data resources management and library science.Submission materials:-A copy of your most recent official transcript. This transcript should be evidence of having attained a B average (3.0) or higher in the first semester of your graduate degree program. If you are applying prior to your first semester your transcript should be evidence of having attained a B average or higher for your undergraduate degree-A 750-word essay written in English that discusses your current involvement in records and informationmanagement (RIM) activities and/or your goals and aspirations as a prospective RIM professional-One (1) letter of reference written in English that comments on your leadership skills and/or demonstrates yourability to apply records and information management principlesFor more information or to apply please visit the scholarship provider's website.