Call for Submissions: University of Limerick’s Most Commercially Viable CSIS FYP

November 19th 2015

Who are we?

Action Point is a custom software development company founded by two UL CSIS graduates and with offices on-campus in UL.

What are we looking for?

Final Year Projects that have a high likelihood of being commercially successful.

What is the market gap or business problem that you are trying to solve with your project?

You tell us!

What technology/tools do you need to use?

We have no preference. Whatever you feel is the most appropriate to deliver your project.

Who can enter?

The prize is open to all 4th year students in the CSIS department who are creating a Final Year Project that will be demoed on the CSIS FYP Demo Day 2016.

How do you enter?

Apply with your name, email address and a brief (max one-page) summary of what your project is and how you see it working commercially to by March 10th 2017.

Will the entry require much work?

No! Your one-pager should contain your project abstract and a brief note on why you see it as commercially viable.

How do you know if your application has been accepted?

All entrants will receive a notification email by February 5th 2016.

What is the prize?

This prize will consist of €750 for the winner and €250. It’ll also help you with any interview with Action Point!

When will the prize be awarded?

The prize will be awarded on FYP demo day. All entrants must be present on demo day to demonstrate their project to the Senior members of the Action Point Development Team to be eligible for the prize.

Any questions?

Send us an email with any questions to

Are we hiring graduates?

We are always on the look-out for talented developers looking for an exciting challenge with interesting technologies. If you think you up to the challenge then send us a mail at

Are there small print T&Cs?

Yes, but nothing crazy:

1) The prize will be judged by Senior Action Point staff based on a shortlist agreed in collaboration with CSIS lecturers. The AP Judges’ decision is final.

2) In the event of a tie, the Action Point judges reserve the right to split any of the prizes as appropriate.

3) A minimum of 6 entrants required to run the competition.