The Trinity College Dublin, in partnership with Microsoft Ireland, is pleased to offer two prestigious scholarships for outstanding female students enrolled in the MSc Quantum Science and Technology degree program in the academic year 2022/23.
These scholarships will support and develop exceptional female postgraduate students. They will be awarded to those who have demonstrated academic achievement, extracurricular achievements, and a contribution to society. Each scholarship has a value of 20,000 euros.
About Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin is the only constituent college of the University of Dublin. It is a research university located in Dublin, Ireland. Queen Elizabeth, I founded Trinity College Dublin in 1592 to be “the mother of a university”. However, unlike the affiliated universities of Oxford and Cambridge, there was only one college. Therefore, the terms “Trinity College” and “University of Dublin are often used interchangeably for practical purposes.
Trinity College Dublin is a sister college of St John’s College Cambridge and Oriel College Oxford. A graduate of Dublin, Oxford, or Cambridge can receive the equivalent degree without additional examination by being incorporated.
Trinity College is ranked 1st in Ireland. Many of Ireland’s greatest playwrights, poets, and authors have been educated at the university, including Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift, Oliver Goldsmith, and William Congreve. Philosophers George Berkeley and Edmund Burke were among those who graduated from the university. Former Presidents of Ireland Mary McAleese and Douglas Hyde were also educated there.
Requirements for Dublin Scholarships for MSc
The scholarships are available to new EU and non-EU female entrants to MSc in Quantum Science and Technology program for admission in September 2022.
This scholarship is open to female postgraduate students undertaking studies in the MSc in Quantum Science and Technology program in 2022/23. It is offered subject to the following conditions:
1. The holder must have completed an undergraduate physics, maths, computer science, or engineering degree.
2. The holder must engage in full-time study and must register for the MSc in Quantum Science and Technology with the School of Physics for the academic year 2022/23.
3. The holder is required to engage in relevant academic and ambassadorial activities as determined by the Course Director.
4. The holder must not be a simultaneous holder of other grants, funding, or other awards (or any other awards with a similar monetary value).
July 31, 2022
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