Scholarships and Awards
The DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing is delighted to announce, that it will again be supporting the development of female leadership in the STEM sector, by offering a scholarship to an eligible female. This year there will be one scholarship available for one of our masters programmes within the faculty for students studying on a part-time basis, starting in September 2023. The 30% club scholarships aim to advance female leadership and increase diversity in organisations.
This scholarship will cover the full cost of a master's programme and will be awarded on a competitive basis. The scholarship is awarded in conjunction with the 30% Club. Globally, the 30% Club is establishing partnerships with Universities to rectify the under-representation of women at senior levels in organisations, particularly apparent in the STEM sector. One of the mechanisms being employed to achieve this is by supporting women to undertake postgraduate technology courses.
For more information you can download the information booklet here. Enquiries and applications for the 30% club scholarship in the DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing can be directed to Aine Nolan, email@example.com.
The Intel Women in Technology scholarship program offers a monetary grant, valued at €3,000 per annum, as well as opportunities for work placements at the Intel Leixlip and Shannon campuses. Each scholar is also assigned a mentor who is an Intel employee to assist and provide advice on managing their academic career.
Congratulations to Ciara O'Reilly, a third-year Mechatronic student at DCU Faculty of Engineering & Computing, who was awarded €3,000 by Intel in 2022 as part of their Women in Technology awards.
The Faculty of Engineering and Computing holds the Final Year Project Expo at the end of each academic year with an on-campus celebration of its soon-to-be graduates and their final-year projects. Attended by a host of internal and external partners. Students who attend to present their projects are given a percentage towards their final year marks.
|Expo 2022 student prize winners|
|Expo 2021 student prize winners|
|Expo 2020 student prize winners|
|Expo 2019 student prize winners|
Intel Ireland has announced the recipients of its Masters scholarships and undergraduate awards. This is the latest round of the programme, which first began in 2018.
The programme forms part of an ongoing strategic partnership between Intel and DCU which was further strengthened following the signing of a memorandum of understanding by the head of Intel’s Irish operations, Eamonn Sinnott, and the former President of DCU, Professor Brian MacCraith, in 2017.
As part of the programme the DCU students selected to receive Masters scholarships will receive a monetary grant as well as ongoing support and mentor provision by Intel. The eligible students for these scholarships are each studying Masters programmes in Electronic and Computer Engineering or Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.
2021/22 Undergraduate Awards
|Aimee Shanley||Luke William Bryan|
|Benjamin Renwick||Jaume Ros Alonso|
|Emils Zep||Eoghan Healy|
|Eoghan Craven-Grace||Padhraic Byrne|
|Fiona O'Shea||Oscar Scanlon|
|Julianne Daly||Nevil Shaji|
|Karina Martinez||Matthieu Crampon|
|2020/21 Undergraduate Awards||
2020/21 Postgraduate Awards
|Oisin Thurlow||Conor Flynn (Conchur O Floinn)|
|Wojtek Sychowicz||Brian Dufficy|
|Patriks Vitols Jegurs||Colin Leonard|
|Stephen Jack Condon||Michael Long|
|Andrea McGlynn||Siddharth Sharma|
|Royes Assaduzzaman Sharif||Catherine Sneha Velangani|
|Eamon Kilheaney||Nishitha Ravi|
|Aoife Harte||Mark Murray|
|Cathal Kavanagh||Joao Marcos Ribeiro Rodrigues|
|Chloe Maria Carey||Jordan Morrissey|
2019/20 Postgraduate Awards
|2019/20 Undergraduate Awards|
|Charlotte Sommacal||Emily O'Reilly|
|Paul James Banahan||Zijian Li|
|Sanjana Prasad Sivakumar||Vivek Raj|
|Mahmoud K.M. Elsousy||Keith Carroll|
|Abhishmita Gogoi Kalita||Shane Cheshire|
|Fergus Redmond||Shane Tuite|
Shubham Madhukar Sonarghare
|Prateek Sahni||Niamh Murray|
|Arunkumar Balasubramaniam||Kevin Shaji Paul|
|Mohammad Sharik Khan||Amelia McGuinness|
|Melroy Cordeiro||Aodhagan Watters|
|Geo George Jacob||Eamon Kilheaney|
|Evan Murphy||Michael Long|
The Tony Moynihan award is an annual award given to the best undergraduate final-year project in Computing. Here is a list of previous awardees:
|Cliodhna Harrison & Maciej Swierad|
|Mr. Sean Fradl & Mr Conor Mc Govern|
|Jake Grogan & Conor Mulready|
The Rory O'Connor Award is annual award for the the student with the highest overall mark in their final year undergraduate computing degree. The previous winners are:
|Mr. Stefano Puzzuoli|
Faculty Research Scholarships
The Faculty occasionally funds research students on a 2-year masters or 4-year PhD programme, however, at present, there are no scholarships available.
Faculty Research Scholarship Previous Winners are:
Niall Cullinane (EE)
|2021/22 - 2024/25|
Rudali Huidrom (CA)
|2020/21 - 2021/22|
Hongde Wu (EE)
|2018/19 - 2019/20|
Golestan Salimbeigi (MME)
The Gaelic Players Association and the DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing will co-fund one scholarships for a student on one of our Masters programmes to the value of €3,000. This scholarship will be awarded to a Gaelic Players Association member through a competitive process.
Applications should be emailed to Karen Thorpe firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject marked ‘DCU/GPA Scholarship.’ The application includes a personal statement which should be no more than one A4 page in length. It should outline why the applicant is interested in applying for this programme, what they believe they will gain from the programme and what skills and attributes they can bring to a masters classroom. Applicants should also enclose their CV.
The deadline for this scholarship for 2022/23 will be announced shortly and shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview.