Hurray, it’s now time for next MSP batch.
Well, those who haven’t heard about MSP program yet ?
Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) is a global award program by Microsoft for computer science related students. It’s been awarded annually for the student who contribute to the technical community of their respective universities/colleges.
So, if you’ve read my above mentioned article (and you’re still student) then you might be keen interested to participate in this program.
But, how may I proceed ? This is an obvious question for those who wants to get involved in MSP program.
So, if you’re technology enthusiasts (giant Microsoft), and want to contribute to your technical community of your college. Then, you may get started with the following guidelines.
How to Apply for Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) Nepal 2018
1. First you need to register yourself at mspnepal.com and fill this online application form. (Registration has been closed)
2. After submitting the form you’ll receive a confirmation email which need to be printed and submitted to Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal with the application costs of NPR 1,130 (VAT incl.) (or save confirmation email on your phone instead of printing).
For payment you can make it online via eSewa.
3. Detailed email will be sent within a week of the application to the Orientation Program at MIC Nepal but if you are outside Kathmandu valley it may take a month.
More details will be provided to be a MSP during the presentations at the orientation.
Those who are invited to the orientation will get following kits. (only for selected candidates)
- Microsoft t-shirt
- Microsoft Notebook
- Microsoft Pen
- Meals/snacks during the orientation program
- Name tag
- Microsoft tote bag
The orientation program will be a full day event. Within 7 days of the orientation, you’re asked to upload a video to Facebook as per the instructions provided at the Orientation.
Once the application is approved, you will get MSP status for whole one academic year from July to June end.
With this you can enroll as Microsoft Student Partner and be official representative of Microsoft at your college/university.