UCD Intel Masters Scholarships

The UCD Intel Masters Scholarship programme was established in 2016 to support the development of a pipeline of masters graduates with key skills matched to the future business needs of the IT industry and to help fuel the innovation economy in Ireland.

Scholarships are available in the following masters programmes:

  • Nanomaterials Chemistry (MSc)
  • Nanotechnology (MSc Negotiated Learning)

The 2018 reciptients of the MSc Negotiated Learning scholarship award are Katie McGarry and Edward Gannon, both UCD Chemistry graduates (Katie - BSc in Med Chem/Chem Bio 2017, Edward - BSc Chem 2018).

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Pictured: Katie McGarry & Edward Gannon with Assoc. Prof. Susan Kelleher receiving their Intel Scholarships, with Assistant Prof. Susan Kelleher.

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Pictured: All 16 recipients of the Intel UCD scholarship 2018.

In 2017, Clara Zehe, UCD Chemistry BSc, was awarded the MSc Negotiated Learning scholarship award (second row, 4th from right). 

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Pictured: Intel Ireland General Manager, Eamonn Sinnott and UCD President, Professor Andrew Deeks with recipients of the Intel bursaries.

See Chemistry Scholarships and Intel Bursaries for UCD Students.