OrganizationsStudents are working with 206 organizations (the most we’ve ever had!), 41 of which are participating in GSoC for the first time.
Student Registrations25,873 students from 147 countries registered for the program, which is a 25.3% increase over the previous high for the program back in 2017. There are 9 new countries with students registering for the first time: Angola, Bahamas, Burundi, Cape Verde, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Kosovo, Maldives, and Mali.
Project Proposals5,199 students from 101 countries submitted a total of 7,209 project proposals. 70.5% of the students submitted 1 proposal, 18.1% submitted 2 proposals, and 11.4% submitted 3 proposals (the max allowed).
Gender Breakdown11.63% of accepted students are women, a 0.25% increase from last year. We are always working toward making our programs and open source more inclusive, and we collaborate with organizations and communities that help us improve every year.
UniversitiesThe 1,268 students accepted into the GSoC 2018 program hailed from 613 universities, of which 216 have students participating for the first time in GSoC.
Schools with the most accepted students for GSoC 2018:
|Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee||India||35|
|International Institute of Information Technology - Hyderabad||India||32|
|Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani)||India||23|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur||India||22|
|Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, Goa campus / BITS-Pilani - K.K.Birla Goa Campus||India||18|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur||India||16|
|University of Moratuwa||Sri Lanka||16|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Patna||India||14|
|Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi||India||11|
|Indraprastha Institute of Information and Technology, New Dehli||India||11|
|University of Buea||Cameroon||11|
|BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus||India||11|
By Stephanie Taylor, Google Open Source