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Sports Scholarships presented to 22 students

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10/12/2018 10:03:23

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On Friday December 7th, ITB awarded its annual Sports Scholarships to students who have demonstrated outstanding sporting ability. A total of 22 scholarships were awarded to participants in Rugby, Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, Pool, Karate, Taekwon-do and Kick Boxing, with packages totalling 25,000 euros.

The awards were presented to the students by Mr. Ronan Keaskin (ITB Sports Development Officer). Speaking at the presentation Ronan said "ITB is delighted to present scholarships today to such motivated students in such a wide range of sports. ITB has a growing number of clubs on campus and we welcome applications from anyone who wants to participate in sports at a high level while committing to their course of study". The ITB Sports Scholarships were established in 2006 to assist students with outstanding sports potential and ability and recipients compete both at national and international level. In addition to an excellent financial package, recipients are also provided with academic mentoring, free athletic therapy support and high performance personal training support. The scholarships are available to all qualifying full time ITB students. Scholarships are awarded in a range of sports with applicants being short-listed and interviewed as part of the selection process. Each scholarship covers a period of one academic year. Students who are registered on a full-time course at ITB may apply for a scholarship up to the closing date of October 1st. The 2018 awardees are:

Aimee Clarke
Claire Melia
Colin McCabe
Erin Mc Bride
Lauren Duffy
Emmanuel Okesola Esuku
David Mc Quillan
Megan Bredin
Sophie Larkin
Jordan White
Danielle Baker
Matt Connolly
Niamh Masterson
Anna Brennan
Eric Abulu
Robert Manley
Eoghan Morgan
Jamie Coyne
Daniel O'Donovan
Jamie Hollywood
Eleanor Ryan Doyle
Naoisha McAloon


 

 

Applications are now being accepted for the ITB Sporting Prowess Programme. This initiative offers an opportunity to participate on ITB's Sports Management & Coaching courses on a reduced points basis of up to 10%. The programme is aimed specifically at prospective students who have demonstrated outstanding sporting ability at national or regional level. Students must apply through the CAO in the usual manner and then make a separate application to ITB via the relevant national or regional sporting body.

On January 1st 2019, ITB along with DIT and IT Tallaght will become TU Dublin, Irelands first Technological University. TU Dublin, will focus on providing educational opportunities that are practice-based and research-informed; that will meet the diverse needs of learners, reflecting their specific requirements in terms of pace and place; and in a rapidly changing knowledge environment, prepare them to build meaningful careers throughout their lives. The University will be developed on campuses spanning the three largest centres of population in the Greater Dublin Region - Dublin City, Blanchardstown and Tallaght. Further information on TU Dublin please visit www.tu4dublin.ie

 

 

 

 

 

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