Shortlisted candidates for the MIT India Initiative - Design, Technology, and Social Innovation workshop 2020
Hello! We are excited to announce the results for the MIT India Initiative - Design, Technology, and Social Innovation workshop 2020.
Many congratulations if you find your name on the list of selected candidates. The workshop will be held in Mumbai from 21st-25th January 2020. You have distinguished yourself among a strong group of well-qualified applicants, and we look forward to working with you during the workshop. To confirm your attendance, kindly respond to this offer by paying the participation fee of Rs. 5000 before 11:59 pm, January 5, 2020.
The participation fee is mandatory, irrespective of your accommodation preferences. We are committed to maintaining a diverse student body and encourage those who have the interest and ability to succeed in the profession, regardless of their financial resources. To support that aim, we are providing financial assistance to need-based applications. If you are not in need of financial assistance, kindly pass this opportunity on to applicants who may need it. Scholarships are limited and highly competitive. In case you do need financial assistance, kindly reach out to us as soon as possible. We will provide accommodation and food during the workshop in Mumbai. Additional expenses like travel costs, recreation activities around the city, etc. will have to be covered by you.
If you decide to participate, please use this link to send us the participation fee (http://courses.welingkaronline.org/MITInd…/Registration.aspx).
Once we receive your payment, we will send you a confirmation within two days. If you fail to respond before 11:59 pm, January 5, 2020, your seat will be passed on to other candidates on the waitlist. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. We are excited to have you on board as a part of the MIT India Initiative. Look forward to hearing from you and meeting you in Mumbai!
We will reach out to the waitlisted candidates in case any spots open up.
- MIT India Initiative Leadership Team