Our partner organisations, universities and third-level colleges are a key part of the team that makes F1 in Schools such an enjoyable and educative experience for second-level students in Ireland. Thank You!
A number of third-level colleges and universities around Ireland are making their facilities available to teams competing in F1 in Schools.
When each team has finalised the design specifications of its F1 racer using CAD/CAM programs, it passes the software files to its designated college or university.
Using sophisticated CNC systems, the colleges transform the designs into actual, 3D balsa wood racers, which they then return to the team for final finishing and decoration.
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) is an award-winning higher education institution located in the heart of Ireland. More than 6,000 students are undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Business, Humanities, Engineering and Science.
Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) provides student-centred education with a career focus for the benefit of the personal, intellectual and professional development of the student.
The focus of Dublin City University (DCU) is to develop high-quality, high-value learning within the wider setting of Ireland's economic and social needs.
The Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) offers undergraduate, apprentice and post-graduate courses across a range of disciplines, and is also involved in a range of research activities.
The Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB) serves its students and the community by achieving consistently high standards of relevance and quality in teaching, research, development and consultancy.
Institute of Technology Carlow (CIT) is committed to ensuring all of its students are afforded a challenging, exciting and rewarding academic experience.
Widely acclaimed for the high quality of its teaching and the excellence of its graduates, the University of Limerick (UL) offers a high quality educational experience across a wide range of programmes.