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Every year, 50 students from around the world travels to Alingsås to participate in the making of Lights in Alingsås. By joining the workshop the students will have the possibility to take part in the whole process from conceptual design to the complete installation.
The student fee is estimated to 3700 SEK and it has been decided that the project owner Alingsås Energi will offer the possibility for students to apply for a scholarship to pay for the fee.
The scholarship mainly covers education, seminars, lunches, accommodation (shared dormitory standard) and a Lights in Alingsås jacket during the workshop week.
The scholarship is meant for students that study design and have an interest for architectural lighting design. The workshop week is an international workshop. As a participant, you must be able to communicate in English for the day by day work.
You must be prepared to actively participate in the workshop group throughout the whole workshop and share the work with the members of your group. Please also note that an important part of the work, for obvious reasons, is done in the evenings (after dark).
In order to apply for the scholarship, you write an application letter/mail. The application shall, besides your personal data, describe your current level of education, a short declaration how you would benefit from the scholarship and what you look forward the most to participate in the workshop.
Before applying, please make sure that you are able to travel to Alingsås and to stay in Alingsås for the whole workshop week period.
Applications are addressed to Alingsås Energi and sent to email@example.com, or by letter to:
c/o Lights in Alingsås
Södra Strömgatan 6
441 81 Alingsås
When selecting applicants, Alingsås Energi will strive to get a fair mixture of persons with different experiences, and from different countries/regions.
When you have been confirmed as a scholarship student by Alingsås Energi in June, then you can register to the workshop.
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