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Engineering Scholarship

Total Phase Engineering Scholarship Opportunity

 Supporting Tomorrow’s Leaders in Embedded Solutions 

Total Phase was built upon the idea that excellence should never be compromised. Our company was conceived by three dedicated engineers who had a vision to create the best embedded tools on the market, and achieved just this by maintaining that core value throughout its growth. Providing world-class, high-quality tools at affordable prices has propelled our company to success, and are used by engineers worldwide. Whether it be start-ups or Fortune 500 companies, our customers use our tools to ensure quality of their projects from the ground up. At Total Phase, we embrace learning and encourage out-of-the-box thinking, therefore we want to recognize and support the futures of aspiring Embedded Engineers. We are proudly offering a $500 Grand Prize Scholarship to such individuals to help advance their passions and goals in this field. 


Scholarship details:


One (1) First Place: $500

One (1) Second Place: $250 

One (1) Honorable Mentions: $150


Contest opens:

Entry submission deadline: August 31st, 2018

Winners will be announced no later than September 30th, 2018


 The Total Phase Engineering Scholarship is offered only to students in relevant Engineering majors.


1. All entries must be a digital video.

Recommend settings are

  • File formats: MOV, MP4 (MPEG4), AVI, WMV, FLV, 3GP, MPEGPS, or WebM
  • File size: up to 8 Gigabytes
  • Codec: h.264
  • Resolution: between 640px and 3840px (4K) wide
  • Bitrate (recommended): 5,000 - 10,000 kbps
  • Framerate: constant, 15-60 frames per second
  • Aspect Ratio: any


2. Upload your video submission to Youtube, then send an email to marketing@totalphase.com that includes the URL to your video and your resume.

3. There is no entry fee.

4. Each entry must focus on ONE of following topics as it relates to embedded engineering within:

  • Consumer Products
  • Medical Devices
  • Manufacturing
  • Product Development
  • Embedded Security

5. All entries should begin with a 10-second full-screen “title screen” that includes the following information:

  1. Your name
  2. Your major
  3. Your career goals
  4. College/University’s name
  5. College/University’s city, state
  6. Title of video
The length of the video should not exceed 180 seconds (three minutes), not including the 10-second title screen.