The first DataCamp Everyone Can Learn Python Scholarship Award Program is now open for entries. The problem below tests the Python and SQL skills that you gained from the Introduction to Python and Introduction to SQL, and pairs them with your existing problem-solving and creative thinking skills.

Python is one of the fastest-growing programming languages in the world. Its readability, easy-to-follow system, and pre-programmed syntax have made it a programmer and data science favorite, and it’s opened up great career opportunities for thousands of people worldwide. It’s an excellent way to dip your toe into learning programming languages or add another skill to your existing repertoire.

Python’s simple and intuitive syntax makes it easy to learn, even for beginners with no prior coding experience. As a result, you’ll be able to master it much faster than other programming languages and be well on your way to a potential career in data science, digital marketing, machine learning, or data analysis.

They recommend that you take 2 introductory courses before you get started with your entry, but you may also want to check out some projects to practice your Python skills before you get started.

Entrants must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for this scholarship, and currently enrolled in secondary school, post-secondary school, or a postgraduate degree program. Please see the eligibilities for further details and exclusions.

The entrant who scores the highest in the scholarship challenge will be deemed the winner – please see the scholarship application page for a full breakdown of the marking criteria. In the event of a tie, Data Camp reserves the right to determine a winner based on other criteria, such as XP.



  • One first place Scholarship award recipient will receive $5,000
  • Five runner Scholarship award recipients up will receive $1,000 each



  • Currently enrolled in secondary school (i.e. high school), post-secondary school (college, university, or trade school), or a postgraduate degree program
  • Do not have a post-secondary degree in computer science, data science, data analytics or a similar or related field of study
  • You will need to create a unique DataCamp account to access the competition.
  • Entries must be the unique, original content solely created by the entrant and solely for the purpose of the scholarship
  • DataCamp reserves the right to disqualify any entry that violates the terms of conditions of the scholarship program


Eligible Regions: Open for All

Application Process

  • Submit your information via the scholarship application form.
  • Sign up to DataCamp in order to see the scholarship submission page.
  • Submit your scholarship application on the scholarship submission page. Scholarship applications take the form of a workspace publication. Make sure the scholarship application is publicly visible in order to be entered for consideration.
  • You must complete all 3 of the items above, before the scholarship deadline, in order for your application to be valid.
  • The background information is that you volunteer for a public policy advocacy organization in
  • Canada, and your colleague has asked you to help her draft recommendations for guidelines on CO2 emissions rules. After researching emissions data for a wide range of Canadian vehicles, she would like you to investigate which vehicles produce lower emissions. Applicable data is provided on the scholarship application.
  • All applications must be submitted in English.


Application Deadline: March 31, 2023

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