The Liffey Trust teams up with Trinity Business School to fund €340,000 Scholarship Ireland, news for Ireland, Ireland,Universities,

The Liffey Trust, one of Europe’s oldest incubators, is partnering with Trinity Business School at Trinity College Dublin to fund scholarships for entrepreneurs studying on the Trinity MBA. The inaugural scholarship was awarded to John Drumm, founder of Glencar Healthcare, which specialises in funding Irish healthcare infrastructure.

Winner of the Scholarship, John Drumm said: “I am delighted to accept the Seamus McDermott scholarship and am looking forward to starting the upcoming MBA programme. Seamus is a fantastic example to all business people and I greatly appreciate his generosity in funding this scholarship. The Trinity MBA will enable me to further develop my entrepreneurial skill-set and to broaden the business competencies that I can bring to our growing team at Glencar Healthcare.”

The Séamus McDermott Scholarship for Entrepreneurship is providing a €10,000 scholarship towards the Trinity MBA for an entrepreneur beginning in September 2017. The number of €10,000 scholarships will increase to four each year over ten years totalling €340,000 over the lifetime of the scholarship fund.

Founder of the Liffey Trust, Seamus McDermott said: “Job creation is the responsibility of us all. We at Liffey Trust have long supported job creation through entrepreneurship and recognised that in order to do this successfully partnerships are essential. Our new partnership with the top university of Ireland and with the academic staff of one of the finest business schools in the world will, we believe, have far reaching and long term benefits for Irish society as a whole.”


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