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Leaving Certificate students are invited to sign up for the Intel Academy

In January 2017 Intel Ireland will again be hosting the Intel Academy which offers a free of charge, day long workshop to students who will be taking the Leaving Certificate higher level paper in Physics, Chemistry or Maths in June 2017.

The day long revision workshops will take place in the Science Building at UCD and will be hosted by qualified secondary school teachers who are experts in these subject areas. The essential elements of the exam paper will be covered along with some study notes and tips given on the day. There will also be an opportunity to meet some of the Intel engineers from various different departments and to hear more about STEM careers.

The Intel Academy is open to 6th year Leaving Certificate students and is free of charge – places are limited however so interested students should sign by visiting: www.intel.ie/intelacademy

 

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