30% Club Scholarships at Maynooth University

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The 30% Club is a collaborative business-led effort to make real change in Ireland, aiming towards 30% female representation in senior management by 2020. Maynooth University is offering two full-fee 30% Club scholarships to members to undertake part-time study during the 2019/2020 Academic Year.

About Maynooth University

Maynooth University is an internationally recognised institution located 25 kilometres outside of Dublin, Ireland, and is the nation’s fastest-growing university. With more than 12,000 students from more than 90 countries, Maynooth offers a range of programmes in the humanities, science and engineering, and social sciences, including business, law, and education.

Named in THE’s Top 50 Under 50, Maynooth University is recognised among the top 400 universities in the world, the top 200 European universities, and as one of the top 200 universities for international connections and outlook.

30% Club Scholarships Available

Maynooth University will be offering two full-fee scholarships to 30% Club members to undertake part-time study during the 2019/2020 Academic Year.

Scholarship 1

Your choice from either:

  1. MSc Strategy & Innovation
  2. MSc Design Innovation
  3. MSc IT – Enabled Innovation

Scholarship 2

Your choice from any other taught Masters programme currently on offer.

 

 

About the 30% Club Ireland

The 30% Club Ireland is a voluntary international movement of companies which are committed to better gender balance at all levels of business. It is supported by the leaders of over 200 leading Irish businesses and organisations across the agri-food, financial services, tech, professional services, construction, semi-state and public sectors.

The 30% Club Ireland has developed a number of dynamic and collaborative programmes including working with third level institutions to provide executive education scholarships, mentorship and leadership development programmes, undertaking research as well as hosting events throughout the year, in Dublin and other cities.

All of this activity is run on a voluntary basis with strong support from 30% Club member organisations.


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