Trinity Employability Award in Partnership with Intel
These Awards, run in collaboration with the Trinity Employability Award’s founding partner Intel, will give you the skills to help you secure a job in the engineering and technology sector. The workshops will give you the opportunity to find out more about Intel, develop practical, transferrable skills, and gain an insight into the real world applications of your skills and knowledge.
Award Eligibility and Structure
Junior Fresh Engineering students who are eager to get involved with the Trinity Employability Award can start their journey with the Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel (First Steps).
Junior Sophister students from the programmes listed below are eligible for the Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel. The Award structure offers several levels of achievement to match your availability and time commitment. You can choose to only participate in the award workshops and the required hours of extra-curricular activities, or you can deepen your learning by completing the award assessment, and even compete for prizes. Students from the below courses are eligible to apply.
The Award is also open to Masters students on select programmes in the EMS faculty.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Political Science
- Sociology and Social Policy
School of Engineering
- Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electronic and Computer Engineering
- Engineering with Management
- Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
School of Physics
- All strands of Physics and NPCAM
School of Chemistry
School of Mathematics
School of Computer Science
- Computer Science
- Computer Science and Business
- Computer Science and a Language