Intel are announcing its 2018-19 scholarship programme from graduates (and prospective 2018 graduates) who plan to enter either the DCU MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering or the DCU MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. The scholarship programme provides each participant with €3000 to support their academic studies and also ensures that students have the opportunity to experience practical learning which is aligned to the needs of industry. The provision of employee mentors by Intel provides students with a direct relationship to the world of work. The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis with academic track record and other supporting information being considered. All applicants to the programme who are approved for admission will be included in assessment for the scholarships.
For more information you can download our applicants guide here. Enquiries relating to the Electronic and Computer Engineering Master’s programme can be directed to the Programme Chairperson: Jennifer Bruton, School of Electronic Engineering, DCU: email@example.com. Enquiries relating to the Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Master’s programme can be directed to the Programme Chair: Dr Tamas Szecsi, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, DCU: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UrbanVolt scholarship will be awarded to one DCU master's student who demonstrates an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset. Applicants must be EU citizens, full-time DCU master's students studying engineering, computing or business, and enrolled for the 2018/2019 academic year. For more information on how to apply or on scholarship eligibility, download the application pack. Applications must be submitted in soft copy to email@example.com no later than 12 noon on Friday 13th July 2018.
30% Club Scholarship
**Applications for this scholarship are now closed for 2018 and will reopen in March 2019 for the following academic year**
Are you an ambitious female engineer or computer scientist looking to add momentum to your career by gaining an advanced degree? DCU is providing a second fee scholarship to the 30% Club in 2018. This is a valuable opportunity to impact positively on a career in the ICT or engineering sectors as it can be used to pursue Master’s level study, on a part-time basis, in DCU’s Faculty of Engineering and Computing. The scholarship is focused on part-time study, in recognition of the high employment rate in these sectors. For more information on how to apply or on scholarship eligibility, download the application pack. Applications must be submitted electronically to Michele Pringle (firstname.lastname@example.org).