ByteBiteBit Scholarship

By Jane Smith

ByteBiteBit Scholarship

At, we all come to work every day because we want to assist everyone in solving the problem they might have while using technological devices. We understand how important an education is, so we are offering eligible students the opportunity to win a $2,000 scholarship, as a way to help cut down on the steep cost of high-quality education.


Our scholarship is open to all college students who are committed to making an impact in the world, but there are some requirements. You must fulfill the following requirements to apply:

  • Students must be actively enrolled in an American university
  • Students must be registered as a U.S. citizen

If you meet these requirements, then you are eligible to submit your essay, which has a chance to win you a $2,000 scholarship award. Applicants who do not meet these requirements will not be considered.

Submission Guidelines

If you meet all of the requirements above, you may submit a 500 - 700 words essay on the topic: “Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology in Education” to for consideration.

You may also cite clinical studies if you wish, and are encouraged to note any outstanding achievements you have accomplished in your life. Feel free to add your own life experience to your essay, to personalize it.

Please be sure to include the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Full Address
  • University You Are Attending
  • Your Major
  • Proof of Student Status (*)

Submissions must be sent from a university email, e.g.,, to be considered for the scholarship award. Any submissions that are not sent from a university email will be discarded and will not be considered for this scholarship.

(*) To provide proof of student status, any of the following qualifies:

  • Photo of student ID
  • Photo of class registration
  • Photo of class schedule
  • Publicly accessible webpage or web directory that proves student status

You can use photos or screenshots that are taken from your computer, e.g., Windows PCs, macOS PCs, as legit documents to prove student status. Both types of documents are accepted.

Essay Guidelines

The topic of your essay should be on: "Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology in Education" and you may feel free to take your own angle on it. Submissions must be 100% unique, and they will be checked for duplicate content.

For example, you can point out how do technologies help us to learn more efficiently, how they can help teachers and students to improve the traditional teaching and learning, or the importance of technologies to the growth of e-learning.

We have published several articles following these topics that you may use them as references:

Submitted essays will be judged based on three criteria:

  1. Quality of Content
  2. Supporting Evidence (**)
  3. Uniqueness and Creativity

Students are encouraged to use clinical studies to support their arguments, and to cite authoritative, medical resources, as well. Be sure to submit your essay in MLA format to qualify for this scholarship.

(**) The supporting evidence can be a published research article to support your own angle, a press release of technologies that made to support the education, and so on. These supporting evidence can be sent as links or full screenshots with websites' addresses. To find out how to take those screenshots, read our guides:

For other types of supporting evidence, please reach out to us first!

Deadline To Submit

All essays must be submitted by December 15th, 2020, to be considered for this year's round of scholarships. Anything submitted past this deadline will not be considered for this year's scholarship program.

If you are selected for this scholarship opportunity, you will be notified via the university email you used to submit your essay. If you win this year's scholarship opportunity, you will be notified by December 30th, 2020.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?

Only students currently enrolled in a university.

When is the essay submission deadline?

All essays must be submitted no later than December 15th, 2020

When will the winner be chosen?

The winner for this scholarship will be chosen by December 30th, 2020

How much is this scholarship worth?

The ByteBiteBit's scholarship is worth $2,000.

Can you win more than one scholarship?

No. Scholarships are limited to one per student.

How can you use this scholarship?

Scholarship must be allocated towards university tuition fees.

Privacy Policy

ByteBiteBit will never share your information with any of its readers unless you choose to do allow it. If your essay wins this year's scholarship, you may have the option to feature it on our blog.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Jane Smith or visit our contact page. Jane is the manager of this year's scholarship.