UL Foundation welcomes Dell Technologies to the growing coalition of supporters investing in tomorrow’s software leaders through its support for our new Immersive Software Engineering programme.
The Foundation thanks Dell Technologies for its commitment to providing UL students with a first-class learning experience, and for its investment in innovations in the education sector. Through the support of Dell Technologies, we can help to roll-out world-class teaching for this new course.
As part of this new collaboration, Anthony Quigney, Senior Director, Customer Solution Centers, Dell Technologies will join the programme’s Advisory Board while the expertise of the Dell Technologies team in Limerick will be harnessed to help foster a pool of skilled graduates.
Sean O’Reilly, EMEA VP of Logistics and Limerick Site Leader at Dell Technologies said: “Ireland has emerged as a global hub for software engineering in recent years. At the heart of this success has been a skilled workforce. However, with new technologies reshaping how we work and do business, it’s essential that universities and the technology sector work together to develop a strong pipeline of highly skilled talent into the future.
“Dell Technologies has a long history of operating in Limerick and over that time have had many successful partnerships with the University of Limerick (UL). I have no doubt that this will be another one and with that in mind we’re delighted to join forces with the team at UL and support their Immersive Software Engineering programme. This new initiative will help pave the way for the next generation of software developers and technology leaders who can help reinforce Ireland’s position as an innovation leader. I look forward to seeing the first cohort of students taking part in the programme next year.”