€20,000 Scholarship For Female Entrants At Trinity College

In partnership with Microsoft Ireland, the Quantum Science team of the Trinity College is offering two prestigious scholarships to outstanding female students undertaking the MSc Quantum Science and Technology degree. Each scholarship is valued at €20,000. The deadline is on Saturday 31st July 2021.

he University of Dublin is the degree-awarding body for Trinity College Dublin. The University of Dublin is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. 

These scholarships are aimed to support and develop outstanding female postgraduate students and will be awarded to candidates who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, extracurricular accomplishments or contribution to society.

The value of each scholarship is €20,000. The scholarships are available to new EU and non-EU female entrants to MSc in Quantum Science and Technology programme for admission in September 2021. 

The deadline is on Saturday 31st July 2021. 


Main Criteria

This scholarship is open to female postgraduate students undertaking studies on MSc in Quantum Science and Technology programme. The holder must have completed an undergraduate physics, maths, computer science or engineering degree.

Candidates should provide a description of their academic and personal achievements. Additionally, please indicate the contribution you will make as an MSc Quantum Science and Technology student and brand ambassador. 

Find out more now. 

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