Despite the many challenges thrown at the Class of 2021 in their senior cycle years, they proved to be a very resilient and focussed group of students. Many were rewarded with University Entrance Scholarships for their outstanding academic results and achievements in their respective sports.
Trinity College Dublin
Congratulations also to (Class 2021) Rebecca Doyle & Harrison Jio who received Trinity College Dublin Entrance Exhibition Awards.
They are awarded to the student accepted into the first year of a full-time undergraduate degree programme who achieves the highest points among Trinity entrants from their secondary school.
In a message from Provost, Linda Doyle, she echoed our sentiments in how proud these students should be to have achieved so much during very challenging times.
We wish them every success in their studies at TCD and beyond.
Rebecca is studying Pharmacy & Harrison, Theoretical Physics.
University College Dublin
UCD were one of the few universities to welcome students and parents on campus for a entrance scholarship ceremony. The students from the Class of 2021 who received scholarships at that ceremony were:
- Mark Beattie – Business and Law
- Kate Ormsby – BAgrSc Degree in Food and Agribusiness Management.
- Seun Odusole – Engineering
- Jack O’Donnell – Bachelor of Commerce
- Seán Selvamani – Biomedical Sciences
Class of 202 Muhammed Memon was also awarded an entrance scholarship this year.
Dublin City University (DCU)
These four students won’t have to look far to see a friendly face in the lecture halls or around the DCU campus. Wishing them every success in this popular degree choice and congratulations on receiving your scholarships.
- James Raleigh – Global Business
- Grace Gavigan – Global Business
- Harry Beattie – Global Business
- Aimee Tobin – Global Business
Congratulations Emma Kerr & Zoe Lyons who were awarded NUI Maynooth Entrance scholarships.
They both received €1,000 towards their first-year fees and a beautiful trophy. Zoe is studying for a Marketing degree & Emma is studying for her BEd in Primary Teaching.
The €1,000 Entrance Scholarship is automatically awarded to incoming first-year students, via the CAO, who have obtained 575 points or more in the Leaving Certificate (from six subjects in one sitting).
Congratulations also Adam Murphy, studying Business and Management, and Hugh Perry, studying Accountancy and Finance, who both received Sports Scholarships.
Congratulations to Patrick Connolly-Carew, studying Automotive Management, and Isabella Dunlop, studying Business Management for receiving sports scholarships to TUD.