Introducing the Intel FutureGen 2021 Cohort



Thank you so much to everyone who applied to be part of this year's Intel FutureGen programme. 

The competition was fierce. With 60 applications to review, it took us two days to shortlist them down to 20 students. A huge thank you to our judges who deliberated for 6 hours to carefully select the ten successful candidates and we're thrilled to announce the following students to make up the 2021 Intel FutureGen cohort are:

Asia Ogden
Brunel University London, Games Design


Christopher Sword
Durham University, Business & Management


Iordanis Vasileiadis
Loughborough University London, Sport Business & Innovation


Ismat Alhassan
University of Birmingham, Accounting & Finance


Jack Poynton
University of Liverpool, Psychology


Jade Cavanagh
University of Roehampton, Criminology


Jagoda Gaworczyk
Manchester Metropolitan University, International Business Management


Jessica Morley
University of Leeds, Global Supply Chain Management


Patrick Walker
City University, UoL, Broadcast Journalism


Robert Hobbs
Durham University, Biology and Chemistry within the Natural Sciences programme


The 2020 cohort will also be invited back to take part as they were unable to benefit from a portion of the programme due to COVID-19 disruptions.

We will be offering feedback to students who didn't make the top 10 and you can still benefit from the programme. Six online sessions with industry leaders will be broadcast on Twitch and will be available to everyone who wishes to participate, regardless of their application to Intel FutureGen. Stay tuned for more information on the speakers who will be presenting!

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