Paid Undergraduate Internships with CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content


Gain a summer research internship at the world-leading Centre for Global Intelligent Content. CNGL’s internship programme aims to inspire talented students to take the first step on a path to a research career. The internships offer students the opportunity to participate in and contribute to exciting research projects.

Computer Applications Student Wins Place at Notre Dame


Robert Lis, a fourth year BSc Computer Applications (CASE4) student at DCU has been awarded a Naughton Fellowship to participate in the ESTEEM (Engineering, Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Matters) Masters Programme at Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana. 

The Naughton Fellowship Program in Science & Engineering enables students to experience international education at the University of Notre Dame, a leading US universities. The programme facilitates cross-cultural experience for exceptional students with leadership potential in select fields, stimulates collaborative research among the engineers and scientists who train these students, and forges deeper and stronger ties between the host institutions and countries.

Secondary School Students Showcase Amazing Programming Skills at the 20th Anniversary All Ireland Programming Olympiad

AIPO 2014 WinnersAIPO 2014 Winners, Senior: Áron Hoffman (left) and Junior: John Ryan

DUBLIN, February 22, 2014 - The School of Computing, DCU held the 20th anniversary All-Ireland Programming Olympiad (AIPO) on Saturday. The national computer programming competition for second-level students - sponsored by the School of Computing, DCU and Fidelity Investments - pitches the best and some of the youngest programmers from around the country against each other to compete for a place on the team that will represent Ireland at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI).

“We are delighted to be sponsoring this event for the third year,” said Tadhg O’Shea, vice president of software engineering for Fidelity Investments. “The talent here today is outstanding. It is amazing to see such a high level of skill from these students, at such a young stage in their lives.  One of our finalists is only nine years of age.  Fidelity is proud to lend our technology expertise and work alongside the School of Computing, DCU to help teach these students and empower them for success at the International Finals. Congratulations to all the students who participated in the National Final today.”

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