DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing Full-fee Scholarship

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DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing, in conjunction with 30% Club Ireland, will offer one full-fee scholarship for a part-time female student on one of the following master’s programmes in the Faculty:

  • MSc in Computing (with Major options)
  • MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (with Major options)
  • MEng in Electronic and Computing Engineering (with Major options)

Applicants must meet the minimum entry requirements for their programme of interest and are advised to check the requirements on the course page.

Applicants must also submit the following:

1. A curriculum vitae, which sets out qualifications and work experience (the CV should be limited to 3 pages)

2. A letter of application which outlines why the applicant should be considered for the scholarship (word limit = 750 words). The letter should indicate which postgraduate programme interests the applicant.


Applications must be submitted electronically to:

Áine Nolan

Senior Marketing and Communications Officer

DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing



The closing date for applications is Monday, 12 June 2023.


About 30% Club Ireland and the Executive Education Scholarship:

The 30% Club Ireland aims to achieve better gender balance in leadership levels and throughout organisations worldwide with the support of Board Chairs and CEO’s of medium and large companies. The 30% Club Ireland was established in 2015, its Irish Chapter hosts more than 300 organisations and more than 650,000 employees are represented.

The 30% Club has established partnerships with a number of learning institutions to address the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education, by offering scholarships aimed at women. This has led to their new Executive Education Scholarship in partnership with PWC.


Explore Dublin City University (DCU) for postgraduate courses on Postgrad.ie.

At DCU,they appreciate that making the decision to study a postgraduate degree is an important one. With their exceptional teaching and learning facilities, DCU aims to offer a transformative experience that prepares you to flourish in a fast-changing world.

Dublin City University offer a range of taught and research programmes to doctoral and masters level and have a distinguished record in providing continuing professional development.

The Institute courses are delivered in a context characterised by innovation and development, scholarship, research and excellence in teaching and learning. Embedded in our programmes is a deep commitment to equity, social justice and inclusion.

Students who undertake the courses will have a formative impact on development within schools, workplaces and the broader education community. DCU see this as both a responsibility and a privilege, and work hard to ensure that the programmes meet your needs.

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