Engineering students awarded €5,000 Bursaries each Through Huawei’s 2021 ‘Seeds for the Future’ ICT talent nurturing initiative

9 Dec 2022
L to R Dr Kevin Hayes, School of Mathematical Sciences, Matt Mallen, Computer Science, Fearghal Desmond, School of Engineering, Jack O’Connor, Computer Science and Oran O’Sullivan, Mathematical Sciences.

One of the largest scholarship programmes for STEM students in Ireland, €5,000 bursaries were awarded to fifty students from TU Dublin, UCD, Trinity College Dublin, DCU, UCC, UL, NUIG, Maynooth University, and Griffith College. 

The successful students were selected based on their performance during this year’s initiative which took place online in October. Now in its seventh year, the 2021 Seeds for the Future programme was Huawei’s most successful yet, achieving a 333% increase in applications from STEM students in Ireland.

(pictured l to r - Jack Connolly and Andrew Jones, Electrical and Electronic Engineering. 


More details can be found on the awards here 

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