Trinity Partners with Fintech Company Fenergo to Launch New Scholarship
Trinity has teamed up with Irish fintech company Fenergo to launch a new scholarship for students on the Trinity Access Programme (TAP).
The scholarship will enable talented, ambitious leaving certificate students to access higher education and progress to successful careers in business and technology.
Aimee Cloake is the first recipient of this scholarship. She began studying at Trinity in September 2021 on the Trinity Access Young Adult Foundation Course. Cloake said in a press statement: “This scholarship means everything to me as a first-generation college student. To have someone that is investing in me and my future is something that I thought was impossible. I am forever grateful for all the guidance and support from both Fenergo and TAP and I am grateful that I can now start my undergraduate degree.”
Craig Cahill and Ian McLoughlin from Fenergo, who are both graduates of the Trinity Access Programmes and Trinity College Dublin, set up the scholarship.
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Source: Trinity Partners with Fintech Company Fenergo to Launch New Scholarship – The University Times