SciFest@College Information for Students

SciFest@College Information for Students

Before you start to complete the entry form please make sure to read the Guidelines for Online Entrants- Students.

Entries to SciFest@College 2019 open in January. When you are ready to enter your project click here to open the entry form (this link will go live in January; in the meantime you can download a sample entry form here). You do not have to complete the form in one go; you can save it and return to it later.

(When you click on the Save for Later button you will be given a link to your form. You must save this link so that you can re-open your form when you're ready to complete it.)

Please Note

Once you click the Submit Entry button on the form, you cannot get the form back, so it's probably a good idea to have it checked by an adult before you submit it.

After you submit your form your teacher has to log on and confirm your entry, otherwise it will not be sent to the Institute of Technology/Venue.Therefore, you must be certain to tell your teacher that you have submitted your entry form.

It is expected that all entries to SciFest@College 2019 will be submitted online. In the event that this presents a particular difficulty ask your teacher to contact your local SciFest@College venue for advice. In that event you must familiarise yourself with the relevant guidelines.

14 2018
SciFest@School in Pobalscoil na Tríonóide, Youghal, Co. Cork
14 2018
SciFest@School in Teen-Turn, at The Digital Exchange, Crane Street, Dublin 8
19 2018
SciFest@School (Fair 1) in Stratford College, Rathgar, Dublin 6
17 2019
SciFest@School in De Lacy College, Ashbourne, Co. Meath
The SciFest 2018 National Final took place on 9 November in the in the Marino Conference Centre in Dublin. Richard Bruton T.D., Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment visited the exhibition in the morning and talked to the studen
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