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LTU Skellefteå students from left: Johanna Gudmundsson, Natascha Schirmuli Computer Graphics, Markus Sundström, Robin Lundgren, Felix Hansson, Klas Linde, Fredrik Larsson, Muzafar Ahmad and Peter Strandberg all Computer Engineering except Muzafar who studies the Master programme in Wood Technology. Missing is set design and prop making students.

Awards ceremony for Sammes Stiftelses Idéstipendium

Published: 7 December 2011

24 different projects were awarded scolarship of 1000 SEK from Sammes Stiftelses idéstipendium 2011. Annica Greve, president of the foundation's board presented the award.

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Students from Campus Skellefteå. Missing is LTUs prop making and set design students.

Students at Luleå University of Technology and Umeå University at Campus in Skellefteå has been able to apply for scholarship. The scholarship shall lead to a description of a business idea and what kind of development may be the result. This year's recipients  are LTU students from the programmes Computer Engineering, Computer Graphics, Set design/prop making for media production, master programme in Wood Technology and  Umeå University's Entrepreneur Program.

The projects are granted secrecy.

In February 2012, Sammes Stiftelse will award development scholarship, maximum amount 25 000 SEK per project. The spring 2012 business scholarships and scholarships for summer employment will be awarded.

During the academic year 2010/11 almost 500 000 SEK were awarded to students at Campus Skellefteå. Some projects have so far resulted in new businesses.

Innovation Västerbotten, Nyföretagarcentrum, Connect North and Arctic Business Incubator is the Foundation's partners. They informed about their possibilities to support the development of the various projects.

 

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