University College Dublin international admission is based on a variety of factors including the students' past academic records and grades, standardized test scores, etc. If an interview is required as part of the application, the university will be in touch with the applicant through a phone call or an online interview.
Nanotechnology is an emerging sector which covers many areas in both academic science and device design and innovation. Both the "top down" approach, in which bulk materials are processed to create nanostructures, and the "bottom up" approach in which nanostructures are assembled from even smaller component parts are covered on this programme. Manipulating matter at the nanoscale has already led to new technology in many areas such as electronics, displays, sensors, and green technology. One feature of this programme is that it is delivered in association with Intel Ireland. Intel Ireland is funding four scholarships of €3,000 each. These scholarships will be offered each year for four years.
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