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Announcing our 2017 Ireland Graduate Scholarship Winners

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Announcing our 2017 Ireland Graduate Scholarship Winners

After our post last week announcing the undergraduate winners of our 2017 Ireland Scholarship Competition, we were understandably inundated with graduate scholarship applicants eager to hear whether they had been successful in their applications.

Without further ado, here are the winners of the 11 graduate scholarships in Ireland. Check out the video below to see if you've won, then scroll down to learn more about all the winners.

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Here are the graduate winners for our 2017 scholarship contest, in alphabetical order. You can also see some of the photos they shared that helped them win! (Note: Photos are randomized and may not correspond to winners in order listed.)

Agape Deng was a Linguistics major at UCLA. In Ireland, she'll be studying at Trinity College Dublin.

Amanda Horan was a Communications major at West Virginia University. She'll be studying at Dublin City University in Ireland.

Amanda Millat was a Public Health major at Colby College in Maine. In Ireland, she'll be attending the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).

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Cori Smith was an Art Therapy major at Ohio State University. In Ireland, she'll be studying at Cork Institute of Technology.

Courtney Sharp was a Marketing major at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She'll be studying at Griffith College in Ireland.

Matthew Gallman was a Chemistry major at Oklahoma State University. He'll be studying at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Michael O'Neil was a Philosophy major at Seattle University. In Ireland, he'll be studying at University College Dublin.

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Nora Kirkham was a Creative Writing major at Gordon College in Massachusetts. In Ireland, she'll be studying at University College Cork.

Silvia B. Reano Gonzales was a Communications major at the University of California, Davis. She'll be studying at Mary Immaculate College in Ireland.

Sloane Perron was a Journalism major at Anna Maria College in Massachusetts. In Ireland, she'll be studying at the University of Limerick.

Tyler Morgan was a Communications major at the University of Montana in Missoula. In Ireland, he'll be studying at University College Cork.

Congratulations to this year's graduate winners! We're excited to follow along with your journey.

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