Applications remain open for two of 30% Club Ireland’s 2018 Executive Education Scholarship Programmes.
Places for Postgraduate study at DCU Business School, and Masters programmes in the School of Computing at the National College of Ireland are available, with closing dates at the end of May.
The 2018 30% Club Ireland Scholarship Programme offered 12 scholarships in 8 colleges across four cities, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Cork.
Globally, the 30% Club has established partnerships with a number of business schools to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education, by offering scholarships aimed at women. Through these partnerships, they seek to build a continuum of change, highlighting the impact of executive education in accelerating career development and helping women to undertake further education.
In Ireland, their Executive Education Scholarship Programme continues to attract support from the six colleges who provided scholarships in 2017 – DCU, IMI Ireland, NUI Galway, Trinity College, UCD and University Limerick. The programme was further enhanced in 2018 with the addition of two other colleges, NCI and RCSI.
Dublin City University (DCU)
For the third year running, DCU has agreed to provide a €10,000 fee scholarship though the 30% Club Scholarship Programme. This can be used for postgraduate study in DCU Business School across a range of available programmes. The successful candidate will commence the programme in Autumn 2018.
Closing date for applications is 24th May 2018. For further details on the scholarship contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
National College of Ireland
Joining the 30% Club Scholarship Programme for the first time in 2018, National College of Ireland is offering a full scholarship for any of the full or part-time Masters programmes in the School of Computing. Commencing in September 2018, the aim of the scholarship is to address the under-representation of women in postgraduate STEM education. Closing date is 31st May 2018.
For further details on this scholarship see NCIrl