At the end of May, after extensive background work, Cuala was proud to announce that Amgen had come on-board as a major sponsor of the Men’s Football and Women’s Sections of the club. It has significant value to our players on the field but equally significant is the fact that it was the first ever GAA club sponsorship to include education and employment incentives for club members, including a bursary, mentoring and internship opportunities. This latest announcement is focusing on the Bursary Award.

The Amgen sponsorship is for 3 years and for each of those 3 years there will be an award of a bursary of €5,000 to a Cuala member in full-time third-level education in qualifying disciplines. This is a really unique and attractive opportunity for any club member either commencing or already progressing an eligible third level course.

We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Bursary is now open for applications from all sections and members of Cuala. More details and information on how to apply are on the Bursary Page

Best of Luck!

Amgen is an American multinational biopharmaceutical company headquartered in California with a presence in approximately 100 countries.  For extensive information on Amgen worldwide, see

Amgen Dún Laoghaire (ADL) is a 37,000 square metre aseptic operations facility, specialising in secondary manufacturing activities – formulation, fill, lyophilisation and packaging. ADL also includes a bioprocessing suite, laboratories and warehouse/packaging capabilities. Amgen is now developing the capability to produce all of its medicines in Dún Laoghaire, helping to ensure continuity of supply of its medicines as it expands internationally. Amgen also has a presence in Santry, north Dublin with employees covering sales, marketing and clinical research. It’s commercial operation in the Republic of Ireland was established in the late 1990s.