SURVEY:What can encourage women to join the ICT sector?

Poll will close in a few weeks' time, so hurry to win a smartphone
What do you think about girls in ICT as a student?

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CommsMEA and du are conducting a short but comprehensive survey on what the telecoms and ICT sectors thinks about women parity in these industries. By answering the questions you will not only give us precious insight, but you will have the chance to win a HTC Gold M9. When we close the poll in a few weeks' time, one lucky respondent in each survey will win a HTC One M9.

In pics: HTC One M9

We want to know the opinion of the telecoms and ICT students and employees about the state of women in both sectors. By helping us discover what the GCC thinks about women equality in these sectors, you have a chance to win a smartphone.

If you are a student, please click here to give us your insights.

If you are a professional, please, click here to participate in our survey.

The survey will only take a few minutes of your time and your email address will be entered into a prize draw for a smartphone.

The prize draw is open to GCC residents only. Winners will be notified by email and the editor's decision is final. A full list of terms and conditions can be found here.

STUDENT: WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT GIRLS IN ICT?
PROFESSIONAL: WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ABOUT GIRLS IN ICT?

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