Scholarship

Athlone Institute of Technology

Athlone Institute of Technology scholarships for international students,

International scholarships, fellowships or grants are offered to students outside the country where the university is located. These are also called as financial aid and many times the financial aid office of the Athlone Institute of Technology deals with it. Athlone Institute of Technology scholarships are offered by Athlone Institute of Technology to study or research there.

There are various Athlone Institute of Technology scholarships, internships for international students. Apart from the university-based scholarships, there are many other organizations including foundations, trusts, corporates etc. Who offer scholarships for international students. To help, we list out the latest international scholarships, fellowships and grants information. The Athlone Institute of Technology scholarships application form is also available to apply online for the scholarships. Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program, Partial Funding international scholarship offered by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) for international students.

Students eligible for this scholarship are: Open to all nationals This Bachelors/Undergraduate, Masters scholarship can be taken for pursuing in Accounting, Business administration, Finance, Criminal justice. 30 Jan is the deadline to send applications for Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program,. The value of the scholarship is USD 1,000 to USD 10,000. This scholarship can be taken at Any institution.

Cork Institute of Technology

A Deposit of €1000 is required to ensure your place if you are accepted &Full fees must be paid before a student can register at CIT. This deposit will be deducted from the tuition fees. Full Fees must be paid for every year before you can be issued a letter and your fee status cannot be changed after you have registered.

Scholarship*

The Eolas Scholarship: 25% reduction on fees for all years of study. All students who apply before and on March 31 are considered. Limited number available

The International Scholarship: 15% reduction on fees for all years of study All students who apply between April 1 and May 31 are considered. Limited number available

The Victory Scholar Program is awarded to US Student-Athletes who play Golf or Basketball and gives them the opportunity to continue to play the sport they love, gain a Masters and contribute to communities throughout the Island of Ireland. Please direct all queries to info@sportchangeslife.com

The Government of Ireland International Scholarships are awarded to high caliber students from non-EEA countries to study in Ireland for a period of one year. You can find out more.

Refunds:

Refunds are available under the following circumstances

If you are refused a student visa or if you do not meet the condition(s) of your offer, your deposit and tuition fees will be refunded in full. You will need to provide proof.

If you choose to withdraw, CIT will retain €1500 of tuition fees paid.

 Deferrals:

You will be allowed to defer only if you have paid your deposit.

You have one year to take up your deferral otherwise you will forfeit fees paid.

Dublin Business School

Overseas Students

Dublin Business School are delighted to announce the following Scholarships and Discounts for applicants that are living abroad:

€500 – €1000 PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Partial scholarships are available to students coming onto Level 8 and Level 9 programs only.  When a successful candidate pays an acceptance fee within 30 days of receiving the Confirmed Offer from the College, the following partial scholarships can be awarded to the student depending on the level of the programme he/she applies for.

Refer A Friend:

The International Student Referral Scheme is now open to all students at Dublin Business School whom refer a new full-time non-EU student to the College. If the candidate you refer is successful in their application and begins a programme at Dublin Business School, we will reward you with a payment of €500 if the referred student is residing in Ireland or €300 if the student is residing overseas.

Terms and Conditions:

  1. A Non-EU student referral form must be fully completed and submitted to the Admissions Department together with the full application from the potential student. Non-EU student referral forms submitted after the submission of the potential student application will not be eligible for the referral fee.
  2. The potential applicant’s full annual tuition fee (non-EU) must be paid in advance the course commencement.
  3. This scheme applies only to the referral to DBS of new non-EU fee paying students currently resident in the Republic of Ireland or resident overseas.
  4. Applies only to full-time programs of at least one academic year in duration where the applicant has paid the relevant full non-EU student fee.
  5. Under the scheme the potential applicant can be your friend, relative or acquaintance.
  6. The potential applicant must fulfill all admission requirements for his/her chosen course and be granted admission and fully registered with DBS.
  7. Awards will be paid subject to the potential applicant’s application for permission to reside in Ireland or an Irish student visa application being successful.
  8. This scheme does not apply retrospectively to student enrolled in previous intakes, or to applications already received for this intake.
  9. This scheme applies only to programs beginning in the coming academic intake.
  10. The scheme does not apply where there has been a previous third-party involvement.
  11. Additionally, where applicable, Dublin Business School offers a grant of 15% for the third complete year of full-time study, and a 20% in the fourth and subsequent complete years of full-time paid study with the college.
  • €500 off level 6 program* (with the exception of Certificate in Business & English Language)

  • €500 off level 7 program*

  • €500 off level 8 program*

  • €1000 euro off level 9 program*

  • Information on DBS scholarships and discounts

Dublin City University

DCU International Merit Scholarships:

DCU are offering a number of Merit Scholarships to International Students from NON EU counties. The Scholarship Program is funded by DCU International Office and aims to attract high achieving global applicants normally liable for Full NON EU fees.

Full Degree Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Program / High achieving applicants will automatically be considered for Scholarships worth up to €2000 on application.

In order to be eligible for consideration, DCU International Applicants must be in receipt of a ‘Full’ or ‘Conditional’ Offer at either Undergraduate or Postgraduate Level.  DCU International will assess applications on merit but will also take a holistic approach throughout the assessment.

  • For details of DCU Programs, visit www.dcu.ie/courses

  • Select your top three choices and apply through the Direct Undergraduate Process or through www.pac.ie/dcu for Postgraduate Programs

  • Select your ‘Country’ from the Dropdown menu in the above link and follow the appropriate application route.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Students must be NON EU Self Funding studying for the first time at DCU and liable for full NON EU fees only and Students must not be in receipt of other scholarship funding.

  • Scholarships are ‘one off’, ‘stand alone’ and will be offset against tuition only on Full Time One Year Masters Programs and Year One only of Full Time Undergraduate Programs.

  • For students who achieve ‘EU fee status’ after any post offer/acceptance fee assessment, the scholarship cannot be paid once the status changes to EU and will negate any previous correspondence confirming scholarship.

  • Applies to Full Time Eligible programs only

  • For student who receive the full €2000 scholarship, it is expected that they fulfill at least one ‘International Student Ambassadorial’ commitment throughout the academic year where possible.

  • DCU International’s decision will be final.

  • Applications close July 1.

DCU NON EU Study Abroad / Exchange Returning Masters Scholarships) Any returning Study Abroad or Exchange student applying to DCU One Year Taught Masters Programs as a NON EU student are automatically eligible for a €2000 tuition fee scholarship off the NON EU Fee only (self-funding students only).

Terms and Conditions:

  • Students must be NON EU students who have participate in DCU Study Abroad or Exchange students at Undergraduate Level.

  • Scholarships are ‘one off’ and ‘stand alone’ and will be offset against tuition only on Full Time One Year Masters Programs.

  • Applies to Full Time Eligible programs only

  • For students who achieve ‘EU fee status’ after any post offer/acceptance fee assessment, the scholarship cannot be paid once the status changes and will negate any previous correspondence confirming scholarship.

  • For student who receive the full €2000 scholarship, it is expected that they fulfill at least one ‘International Student Ambassadorial’ commitment throughout the academic year where possible.

  • DCU International’s decision will be final.

Dundalk Institute of Technology

DkIT has several scholarship programs available for students to apply

Academic Scholarships | Sports Scholarships | State-funded Scholarships | International Scholarships

Acadamic Scholarships:

  • ABP Agri-Food Student Bursary – DkIT has partnered with APB, one of Europe’s leading privately owned agribusiness companies to provide Bursary Prizes to the highest performing students from the BSc (Hons) in Sustainable Agriculture & BSc (Hons) in Food and Agri-Business.

  • Servisource Nursing Scholarship – DkIT has partnered with healthcare recruitment specialist, Servisource to offer scholarships for nursing and midwifery students at DkIT.

Calling all DkIT 3rd Year Nursing & Midwifery Students!

  • DkIT and nationwide healthcare recruitment specialist, Servisource are pleased to announce the launch of the scholarship program which will provide two 3rd year nursing and midwifery students at DkIT with €3,000 financial support as they progress through their degree.

  • This scholarship initiative is aimed at encouraging students to develop a robust understanding of the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses & Midwives in Ireland.

  • This is truly a fantastic opportunity for 3rd year nursing and midwifery students. There are two scholarships available each worth €3,000. To be in with a chance of winning the scholarship, please complete the below assignment by, March.

Scholarship Assignment:

  • DkIT and nationwide healthcare recruitment specialist, Servisource are pleased to announce the Nurses and midwives who are competent, safety-conscious and who act with kindness and compassion provide safe, high-quality care’.

  • Considering the above statement, select one experience from clinical placement that best demonstrates kindness and compassion in the care you provide.

  • Part A (600 words).

  • Provide a brief synopsis of your experience.

  • Part B (1,400 words)

  • Using a recognized reflective practice model/tool, reflect on this experience from your perspective and that of the service user. Use literature to support your discussions.

Sports Scholarship:

  • DkIT Sport Scholarships – are awarded annually to full-time registered students who display a high level of achievement, commitment and dedication to their chosen sport. These are awarded across a wide range of sports and a significant number of these are reserved for first year students.

State-Funded Scholarship:

  • The 1916 Bursary Fund – The 1916 Bursary Fund is a targeted funding scheme established by the Department of Education and Skills to increase the numbers of students from target groups who are significantly under-represented in higher education.

Internatinal Scholarship:

  • Academic Merit.

  • Financial Aid Scholarship (varies per country)

  • Accommodation Scholarship (varies per country)

  • Sibling Discount

DkIT International Scholarships: We offer a wide range of scholarships for International students attending DkIT. Additional Funding Supports – International Students: Many International students studying in Ireland are sponsored by their own government or through other international scholarship programs. In most cases, applications should be made through the Ministry of Education in the student’s home country. Refund policy for international fees:
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Griffith College Dublin

Scholarships and Bursaries:

There are two categories of scholarships and bursaries available to Griffith College applicants – a Griffith College (GC) Bursary and an Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS). The GC Bursary is awarded to each applicant who is successful in being offered a place on a Griffith college program at any campus. The Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS) is an additional scholarship which is offered to students who demonstrate a strong academic performance at the time of application. Griffith College Bursary The GC Bursary is awarded to each successful applicant and is awarded as follows: €2000 for successful applicants to a Master’s Degree program. €1000 for successful applicants to a Postgraduate Degree program.

Exceptions:

  • €1000 for successful applicants to the MSc in Pharmaceutical Business & Technology.

Academic Merit Scholarship: (AMS)

In addition to GCD Bursary, students demonstrating strong academic performance may be eligible for an additional Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS). The AMS has 3 levels which are outlined in the table below. The requisite achievement for each level of AMS award will be country specific.
AMS Level Scholarship Illustrative Grade Value
AMS Level 1 €500 60%+ average in highest level of education to date
AMS Level 2 €1000 70%+ average in highest level of education to date and an English proficiency level of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
AMS Level 3 €1500 80%+ average in highest level of education to date and an English proficiency level of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent Exception: applicants for Postgraduate programs in Journalism must have a minimum IELTS score of 7.0
Please note: Scholarships will not apply to modules/years of study that are being repeated. Additional Fees These are known as R.I.A.P. Fees.
Registration Fee €250 Compulsory fee each academic year.
Medical Insurance and Visa Administration Fee €300 Compulsory fee each academic year.
Protection of Enrolled Learner Fee €285* €245** €305*** Compulsory fee each academic year, calculated as 2% of total tuition fee, plus registration fee before scholarships.
QQI Fee Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), under the auspices of the Irish Department of Education and Skills, approves Griffith College programmes and awards its degrees. QQI Awards incur a QQI Award Fee. This QQI Award Fee is applicable to all postgraduate programs. This fee will be in addition to fees mentioned above.
QQI Award Fee Level 9: €200
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is offered to students before the commencement of their academic program. Classes are delivered in 5-week blocks and students normally take a minimum of 15 weeks/3 x 5-week blocks. The tuition fee for each 15-week block of EAP is €2,000 and additional blocks are priced according to the table below. A special rate of €500 will apply for the Summer Semester (June – August). An additional fee of €250 is payable for an external mandatory end of program exam e.g. IELTS English language tuition fees must be paid together with the academic tuition fees.
No. of Weeks EURO (€)
15 weeks 2000.00
20 weeks 2800.00
25 weeks 3500.00
30 weeks 4000.00
35 weeks 4800.00
40 weeks 5500.00
45 weeks 6000.00
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Institute of Technology, Carlow

The Institute of Technology Carlow awards academic scholarships and  gold& elite sports scholarships to students who have distinguished themselves, both academically and through their exceptional sporting ability. IT Carlow has also announced details of its High Performance Entry Scheme, a new departure for the Institute that will award up to 50 extra CAO points for students who excel outside the classroom in three key areas – Innovation/Entrepreneurship, Active Citizenship and Sport.

  • Sports Scholarships

  • Academic Scholarships

  • High Performance

Sports Scholarships:

The Institute of Technology, Carlow provides a number of Sports Scholarships to students of exceptional sporting ability for each academic year. The Scholarships afford the elite sports person the opportunity to compete at the highest level while pursuing a course of academic study in Carlow. They ensure that talented and committed student athletes are fully supported during their time studying at the Institute of Technology, Carlow, Wicklow and Wexford campuses. Scholarships offer resources as well as financial support to athletes to assist with the cost of accommodation, coaching and specialized training equipment. This year eleven students were recognised as elite scholars for their huge contribution to sport. They are: Colin Dunford (Hurling); Michael Hurley (Gaelic Football); Kevin Feely (Gaelic Football); Marcus Lawler (Athletics); Molly Scott (Athletics); John Fitzsimons (Athletics); Roma mclaughlin (Soccer); Amanda mcquillan (Soccer) and, in basketball, Maeve Parahus and James Gordon.

Gold Sports Scholarship:

IT Carlow provides a number of Gold Sports Scholarships to students who have shown exceptional sporting ability each academic year. The Scholarships afford our sports people, the opportunity to compete at the top level while pursuing a course of academic study. The scheme is designed to nurture and develop individual talent and maintain the Institutes sporting tradition.

Elite Sports Scholarship:

Institute of Technology Carlow has established itself as one of the leading third level sporting institutions in Ireland and is quickly evolving into a modern hub for sporting excellence. Our state of the art sporting facilities and growing academic portfolio of sports related programs means we are now in a position to attract the very best athletes, who are competing both nationally and internationally across a wide range of disciplines. In line with these developments 2015 saw the introduction of our elite scholarship strand where we recognize the very best athletes competing at the very highest level in their chosen sport.

Who Should Apply?

We accept applications from all students, irrespective of nationality, course, or year of study. Scholarships are awarded annually in November/December in a wide range of sports. Preference is given to sports already represented at club level within the college in Institute of Technology Carlow’s focus sports of GAA, Soccer, Rugby, Basketball, Athletics, and other Olympic and Paralympic sports. Applications made in other sports will be considered on a case-by-case basis. In order to be eligible to receive an Institute of Technology Carlow Sports Scholarship you will:

  • Need to be either a current Institute of Technology Carlow student or have been successfully offered a place for the new academic year.

  • Be of regional/provincial/county, national or international standard in your chosen sport.

  • Agree to represent Institute of Technology Carlow within student or other relevant individual and/or team competitions.

Closing Date for Scholarship Applications is  August.

Academic Scholarships:

IT Carlow offer over 60 Academic Scholarships to those students who have achieved the following.

  • Be a 1st year student – be registered on an IT CARLOW course

  • Have the highest Leaving Cert. Points on your course

  • Have a minimum leaving certificate points score of 400

What have I got to do to be in with a chance?

  • Apply for your chosen IT Carlow course through the CAO

  • Study, study, study for the Leaving Certificate exams

High Performance:

Institute of Technology Carlow recognizes achievement and have developed the High Performance Entry (HPE) Scheme to enable athletes and other high achievers who are committed to their activity to achieve their dual ambition of a high quality education and performance at the highest level within their field. The HPE Entry Scheme applies to the following areas:

Creative Arts:

Under the HPE Scheme, Institute of Technology Carlow offers up to 50 extra performance points for students who have achieved a minimum of 250 CAO Points in their Leaving Certificate or FET (QQI) Level 5 award (CAS) and who meet minimum entry requirements of the program for which they have applied. A total of 16 places will be offered with up to 4 places in each category of Sport, Active Citizenship, Innovation/Entrepreneurship and Creative Arts

Letterkenny Institute of Technology

Fees at LYIT are determined by a number of factors as outlined below:

  • Eligibility for the free fees initiative

  • Type of Course (Undergraduate or Postgraduate)

  • Level of the Course (Level 6, Level 7, Level 8, or Level 9)

  • Whether the Course is Part-time or Full Time

  • Whether you are entering LYIT as an Non-EU student

International: (Non-EU)

Non-EU Students Non-EU students are required to pay the current Non-EU fee rate for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses. This is €10,000 per year. LYIT may offer partial Scholarships to qualifying students in accordance with our strategic priorities and the academic and other credentials of the student. This is a limited programmer and does not apply to all academic areas.  LYIT do not offer full scholarships.
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Limerick Institute of Technology

International Fees Annually:

  • Undergraduate Bachelor’s degree (honor’s) (Level 8) €10,250 per year

  • Postgraduate Higher Diploma (Level 8) €10,750 per year

  • Taught Masters (Level 9) €11,250 per year

  • Research Masters (Level 9) €12,250 per year

  • Research PhD (Level 10) €12,750 per yeart

*All fees are payable in advance of joining program.

Fees include:

  • Transfer from Shannon airport or Limerick Bus Station.

  • Access to Student Services.

  • International Orientation for all Programs which begins the first week of September.

LIT Academic Scholarships:

A number of academic scholarships are available for students who have displayed a track record of Academic Excellence.

Minimum requirements to apply for an Academic Scholarship:

  1. An IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent to all applicants
  2. Country specific grade requirements (e.g. B Credit grade average)

Scholarship Awards will be decided by LIT using verified documentary evidence submitted with online applications.

Maynooth University

Section 1 – Eligibility

Applicants must intend to pursue a full-time taught master’s degree at the university commencing in the academic years and meet the following eligibility criteria:
  1. Satisfy the entry requirements of the Maynooth University taught master’s program they intend to undertake and have applied on
  2. All applicants must have achieved a minimum 2.1 honors undergraduate degree in order to be considered for a Taught Master’s Scholarship.
  3. In the relevant section of the online scholarship application, applicants who have been in receipt of a student grant for the final year of their undergraduate studies should submit evidence outlining their undergraduate grant award as this will be taken into consideration where two applicants are equally ranked on final year undergraduate grades.
  4. The Maynooth University Access Office funds a €2,000 scholarship opportunity for current undergraduate final year students who are registered with the Maynooth University Access Office. Please indicate in the relevant section of the online application form if you wish to be considered for this scholarship opportunity. The top ranked eligible applicant will receive the Maynooth University Access Office scholarship and all remaining eligible applicants will be considered automatically for the Maynooth University Taught Masters Scholarships.

Ineligibility

Graduates or current students of PhD or Master’s programs are not eligible to apply. Prospective students interested in research programmes should apply instead for the Maynooth University John and Pat Hume Doctoral Research Awards.

Section 2 – Value of the Scholarship

The total value of the scholarship for each student is €2,000.

Section 3 – Allocation of Scholarship

The scholarship may be awarded for Taught Master’s study in any of the Maynooth University academic departments or research institutes, and a specific number of awards are available in each of these. Where there are insufficient eligible applicants within a particular Department, the Graduate Studies Office will reallocate the scholarships among remaining applicants within the Faculty. These remaining applicants will be ranked by highest undergraduate final grades.

Section 4 – Assessment

The Taught Master’s Scholarships will be awarded to the most highly qualified applicants, separately ranked in each department or institute, based upon the highest overall results in final year examinations. Applicants must demonstrate that they have achieved an overall minimum 2.1 final result in their undergraduate honors degree. The results of examinations taken after July will not be considered.

The Graduate Studies Office will check the eligibility of the applicants and rank them for each department or institute according to the academic achievement of the applicant.

Section 5 – Application Process

Apply online via https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/postgraduate-studies/fees-funding-scholarships

Section 6 – Submitting an application

All applications must be submitted prior to the closing date. All required fields must be completed. Non-MU applicants must upload their final degree transcript via the online application system. To access transcripts applicants must contact the student records office of their university or awarding body to request a copy of their transcripts.

After the closing months of the June, all applicants will be considered for a scholarship based on the academic transcripts provided. The highest ranked applicants in the scholarship application process will be contacted in July and August  with an offer of a €2,000 scholarship.

Section 7 – Payment of Scholarships

Offers of scholarships will be announced in July and August. In the academic year the scholarships will be paid to registered recipients in two payments of €1,000. Failure to cover payment of course fees by the  January will result in suspension of the 2nd payment until full fees (or balance of) have been paid.

Section 8 – Miscellaneous

  1. Where an applicant does not achieve the results required for admission to the program, the applicant will not be eligible to receive a scholarship. If a recipient does not take up a place or accept the scholarship, the award may be made to the next ranked applicant in that Department or Institute.
  2. If an applicant is applying for a two-year Master’s program, the €2,000 scholarship is only available in the first year of the program.
  3. Awardees that subsequently cease study will be ineligible to apply again.
  4. The Taught Master’s Scholarship may not be deferred.
  5. Taught Master’s Scholarship awardees for  who subsequently continue into PhD or other research programs at Maynooth University will not be excluded from applying for the John and Pat Hume Doctoral Research Awards.
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National College of Ireland

Scholarships for international students

National College of Ireland has an extensive scholarship and bursary portfolio for international students which aims to reward excellence and promote diversity among our student body. Please ensure that you read both the specific requirements for each scholarship and the overall Terms & Conditions for NCI scholarships. To secure your scholarship, you are required to pay your fees in full within the published deadlines for each scholarship.

Masters scholarships

The following scholarships are available for Masters courses. All students who receive an offer to study a Masters course at NCI are automatically assessed for these scholarships based upon their previous academic performance. There is no requirement for you to submit a scholarship application form for these scholarships.

 Scholarship Name

Amount

Academic Merit Scholarship€2,000 – €4,000

Higher Diploma Scholarship

The following scholarship is available for the Higher Diploma in Science in Computing course. All students who receive an offer to study the Higher Diploma in Science in Computing at NCI are automatically assessed for this scholarship based upon their previous academic performance. There is no requirement for you to submit a scholarship application form for this scholarship.

 Scholarship Name

Amount

Higher Diploma in Science in Computing€4,000

Future Leaders Scholarship

The following scholarship is available for Masters courses starting in September only.

 Scholarship Name

Amount

Future Leaders50% of tuition Fees

Entrepreneurship Scholarship

The following scholarship is available for the MSc in Entrepreneurship courses starting in September only.

Scholarship Name

Available Scholarships

Amount

Entrepreneurship Scholarship1550% of tuition fees

Undergraduate Scholarships

The following scholarship is available for Undergraduate courses when joining a full program from Year 1. All students who receive an offer to study an Undergraduate course at NCI are automatically assessed for these scholarships based upon a range of criteria, including their academic transcripts. There is no requirement for you to submit a scholarship application form for these scholarships. 

 Scholarship Name

Amount

Undergraduate Scholarship€2000

National University of Ireland Galway

NUI Galway is committed to attracting high calibre students from around the world.

To this end, the University offers a range of merit-based scholarships to students from a number of non-EU countries, in line with our strategic international priorities.

**Scholarship Announcement Update**

Scholarships announcements have now been released. All successful applicants have now been notified via email.

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarship Schemes

Terms and Conditions for the academic year

  1. To be eligible for consideration for our Scholarship Schemes, you must have accepted an offer and paid an acceptance deposit; firm or conditional for one of our undergraduate or postgraduate taught masters’ programs for entry to NUI Galway in September.

[For the Undergraduate Scholarship scheme, this excludes NON EU Undergraduate Medicine]

  1. A selection committee will assess the eligible scholarship applications based on Merit and/or review of the personal statement.
  2. You must confirm your acceptance of the Scholarship within specified timeline. If we do not receive a response, we will consider that you do not wish to accept the scholarship.  You must confirm your acceptance of the scholarship via email and (if available) proof of application of your study visa.
  3. Our Scholarships are awarded in the form of a partial or full tuition fee waiver. A scholarship letter will then be generated and available from your application portal (in the supporting documentation section).  The scholarship amount is then deducted from the tuition fee applicable for year 1 of your taught Masters program. This scholarship is a one off partial tuition fee waiver, it is not a cash award, and no payment will be made by the University.
  4. Scholarships that are not utilized will be reallocated – so please ensure to advise the International Office if you will not be using your scholarship award so that the award can be awarded to the next ranked successful candidate.
  5. Scholarships are only open to candidates who are classified as non-EU for tuition fee purposes. You must be a resident of a NON EU country and if the International Scholarship is country specific; for India for example; then you must be citizen of the country and resident in that country when applying.
  6. You may apply for more than one scholarship scheme if eligible to do so however should you be successful you will only be allowed to use one scholarship – that of greatest value to you.  The University will only permit the use of one scholarship (a NUI Galway Scholarship and an external Scholarship cannot be combined).
  7. The application process varies for each of the scholarship schemes so please pay particular attention to the application details.
  8. Refund

NUI Galway fees office, will be, updated in relation to your Scholarship award, so if your fees have been cleared in full and online registration is open, you can register as a student of NUI Galway.  If you have partially or fully paid your tuition fee, any surplus amount as a result of scholarship will be refunded to your Irish bank account (once you have registered as a student of the NUI Galway and have opened your student bank account the fees office will transfer the reimbursed amount to your bank account).

  1. If you are in receipt of a Scholarship, you must be attending the program on a full time basis. If the holder withdraws from the program for which she/he has registered or fails to continue throughout the session to meet the attendance and other requirements of the program, she/he will forfeit the Scholarship and will be required to repay to the University the whole or any part of the Scholarship as may be decided.
  2. Scholarship is tenable only at National University of Ireland, Galway in respect of the program for which it is offered. It may not be transferred to any other program. The Scholarship is only available in the year in which it is offered. It may not be deferred.
  3. The University reserves the right to withdraw, vary or amend any aspect of a Scholarship if it is found that an error or mistake has been made by the University.
  4. Scholarship Recipients will from time to time be called up to participate to activities such as welcoming delegations of visits from their home country to the campus or providing a testimonial of their experience. In the instance of students, receiving full tuition fee waivers there is an expectation that they will participate in our International Student Ambassador Program.

Scholarship type    

Value of Award

How Many

Eligibility (Non-EU Students)

Scheme Dates

 

Postgraduate Merit Scholarships

(All non-EU offer holders)

€2,000

20 awards

All non-EU taught postgraduate students that have received an offer to study at NUI Galway in September  and have confirmed acceptance of their place via payment of an acceptance deposit will be automatically considered for these awards.

There is no additional application required for these awards and reccommendations for awards will be made by programme teams based on merit alone.

February & June

Winner (s) announcements have now been issued

 

India:

Max Arthur Macauliffe Special Merit Scholarship

Full Tuition Fees

3

Postgraduate Masters students from India only.  

February & June

Winner (s) announcements have now been issued

 

India:

Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship

Full Tuition Fees

2

Postgraduate Masters students from India only.   

February & June

Winner (s) announcements have now been issued

 

Research Scholarships  

NUI Galway Hardiman Scholarships (PhD)

Allowance of €16,000 per year  plus fees

 

Prospective Research students

The Business Postgraduate Scholarships

For the programs: MSc International Accounting and Analytics, MSc Corporate Finance, Master of Accounting, Masters in Management, Masters in Economics, MSc Information Systems Management, MSc Business Analytics & Masters in Marketing

Technological University Dublin

Funding – International Students:

Many International students studying in Ireland are sponsored by their own government or through other international scholarship programs. In most cases applications should be made through the Ministry of Education in the student’s home country.

The Irish Council for International Students administers Study Fellowships under the Irish Aid Programs for students for Priority Aid Countries

Centenary Scholarship Program for TU Dublin Masters Students:

Offering over 200 programs to students from more than 85 countries, across disciplines including Applied Arts, Humanities, Built Environment, Engineering, Business, Science, Tourism Food and Sports, TU Dublin offers diverse range of specialist programs such as Optometry, Human Nutrition, Transport & Logistics, Horticulture, Environmental Health and Tourism Marketing.

Students can gain entry from Foundation level to PhD. We welcome applications from students at any stage of their studies as our internationally recognized qualifications and courses allow flexible entry throughout our 3 and 4 year degree programs.

TU Dublin is located on campuses spanning the three largest population Centre’s of Ireland’s capital city – Dublin City, Blanchard town and Taillight.

While providing a warm welcome to our international students, the Government of Ireland is committed to protecting the health and safety of all people living, working and studying in Ireland.  Measures in place during the international COVID19 pandemic have been consistent and effective.

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Trinity College Dublin

E3 Excellence Postgraduate Scholarships in Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies.

Award: Scholarships valued at 1000 to 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time postgraduate program for the first year of study only.

There are several scholarships available in the following areas: Full-time taught postgraduate programs in the School of Engineering, the School of Natural Sciences, MSc in Energy Science and the MPhil in Environmental History.

Who can apply: Applicants who hold an offer letter for a Postgraduate Taught Masters program in the School of Engineering or the School of Natural Sciences or the MSc in Energy Science and the MPhil in Environmental History.

Selection Criteria: The scholarship will be assessed based on academic achievement, and evaluation of the applicants’ potential to contribute to the overall Trinity community.

Application process:

Please submit your scholarship application as follows:

  1. Subject line: your name + Trinity application ID + E3 Excellence Postgraduate Scholarships in Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies.
  2. Scholarship Application Documents (please ensure all documents include your name and Trinity Application ID):

o Trinity Offer Letter (Applicants must have receive a conditional or firm offer of a place in a Trinity postgraduate course).

o 200 word statement on “How I will contribute to our Trinity College Dublin community.” – submit in Microsoft word document or pdf format.

o CV/Resume

  1. You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt of scholarship request.
  2. Your Regional Officer will inform you if you’ve been selected for a scholarship and will inform you for the process to formally accept the scholarship.
  3. Please note deadline for all US Scholarship Applications is April

School of Business Scholarships:

Applicants that have received a conditional or unconditional offer for a Masters or Postgraduate Diploma program at Trinity Business School can apply for one of our partial scholarships listed below. Scholarships are merit-based and aim to promote gender, geographic and sector diversity, alongside recognition for academic and professional excellence. Successful applicants must demonstrate their ability to fulfill future ambassadorial duties for the School. There are two rounds of scholarship selections with closing dates on 31st January  and 31st May. Awardees will have the amount deducted from their tuition fees in August .

Trinity Business School Postgraduate Scholarships:

Applicants that are ineligible for the regional scholarships listed below may apply to be considered for a postgraduate scholarship. 12 scholarships are available, ten valued at €5,000 and two valued at 50%. Applicants shortlisted for a half-fee scholarship may be required to attend an interview with the Scholarship Selection Committee.

Trinity Business School Regional Scholarships International students from relevant countries may apply to be considered for a €5,000 regional scholarship. Six scholarships are available per region (Southeast Asia/East Asia, South Asia and Europe).

South Asia Scholarships Our South Asia Scholarships are available to high-achieving students from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.

How to Apply:

  1. Submit your online application for your Postgraduate Business course of choice. You will receive an 8 digit reference number for your application.
  2. If your application is successful (in receipt of a conditional or unconditional offer), download and complete the scholarship application form.
  3. Applicants will be notified about their applications after the closing dates (There are two rounds of scholarship selections with closing dates on 31st January and 31st May).The Trinity Business School Scholarship Selection Committee meets twice a year to assess applications. If you have been accepted onto your program of choice, applicants will be notified when a scholarship decision has been made.

MSc Law and Finance Scholarship:

The School of Law and Trinity Business School are delighted to offer two scholarships to students undertaking the MSc Law and Finance degree in academic year .  The value of the scholarship is a 5,000 euro contribution towards tuition fees (EU or Non-EU). These scholarships aim to support and develop gifted postgraduate students and will be awarded to candidates who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, extracurricular accomplishments or contribution to society.

Eligibility:

This scholarship is available to new entrants (EU and Non-EU) to MSc Law and Finance degree programme, for admission in September Applicants must hold a conditional or unconditional offer and complete the application process upon receipt of offer and no later than May

Selection Criteria:

Applications are assessed competitively with the sole criteria for the granting of the scholarship being the proven academic merit of the candidate. It is accepted, however, that many candidates with exceptional qualifications apply annually to the programme. Thus the decision as to the recipient of the scholarship is at the exclusive discretion of the MSc Law and Finance Course Directors.

Scholarships will be allocated after the May. All applicants will receive communication shortly after this date.

As the selection process will be highly competitive, applicants are strongly advised to apply for all other funding and grants open to them.

Conditions

This scholarship is open to EU and Non-EU postgraduate students undertaking studies on MSc Law and Finance degree program .It is offered subject to the following conditions:

  • The holder must have completed an undergraduate law, business or economics degree.

  • The holder must engage in full-time study and must register for the MSc Law and Finance at the Law School in academic year;

  • The holder is required to engage in relevant academic and ambassadorial activities as determined by the MSc Law and Finance Course Directors;

  • The holder must not be a simultaneous holder of other grants, or funding or other awards (or any other awards with a similar monetary value).

University College Cork

College of Science, Engineering & Food Science Doctoral Travel Bursaries

The Graduate School in the College of Science, Engineering & Food Science offers a number of Travel Bursaries for students currently registered for a postgraduate doctoral degree (PhD) in the College of Science, Engineering & Food Science.

The purpose of these awards is twofold:

  1. To enable students to present their work at an international conference
  2. To facilitate the training of students who wish to acquire skills that are essential for their academic development, but which they cannot otherwise receive in UCC.

PhD student applicants can apply for up to €500 in financial support that may be used towards the cost of travel, accommodation and registration fees for relevant conferences or training courses.

It is anticipated that the College will award up to 8 Student Travel Bursaries, which will cover activities taking place between October & September.

International Student Merit Based Scholarship

Eligibility:

International (non-EU) students on taught masters programs

Value:

  1. UCC First Class Honor’s or equivalent (1H): 20% off tuition fee
  2. UCC Second Class honor’s, Upper Division or equivalent (2H1): 10% off tuition fee
  3. UCC Second Class honor’s, Lower Division or equivalent (2H2): €1,000

Mechanism:

Awarded automatically at offer stage.

University College Dublin

India Regional Scholarships

These Scholarships are awarded to academically exceptional students from India who will be ambassadors for their course and the School during their studies and after graduation.

Open Date1st November
Close DateRefer to specific scholarship for details
StatusOpen
ValueRefer to specific scholarship for details

 

Successful candidates can be awarded one Scholarship / Bursary only. No candidate will be awarded more than one Scholarship or Bursary. Candidates qualifying for more than one scholarship and successful can’t transfer or use one scholarship between or against another program.

MSC MERIT BASED SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Open to:

All successful applicants to the full time programmes who reside in India and hold Indian citizenship

Award:

2 x 50% scholarship towards the tuition fees of a 1 year full-time course
How to apply:Candidates must apply online through our scholarship portal and will be assessed based on a GMAT (minimum 630) or GRE test result (Minimum 158 out of 170 GRE Verbal Reasoning-Minimum 160 out of 170 GRE Quantitative Reasoning).
 Open from:1st November
 Deadline:31st March

INDIAN ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP FOR SMURFIT

 Open toAll successful applicants to full time programs in the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School who reside in India and hold Indian citizenship
Award3x 50% scholarships towards the tuition of a 1 year full-time MSc in the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
How  to apply

·         Apply as directed below, this will ensure you are considered for this scholarship

·         Click on UCD Applications

·         Click on Scholarship Applications

·         Click on Global Excellence Graduate Scholarship.

·         Only one application is necessary to be considered for all scholarships

Scholarships Notice

Candidates qualifying for more than one scholarship or bursary and successful in that, can’t add or combine them. They will be awarded the higher amount. Candidates can’t transfer or use one scholarship or bursary between or against another program. Scholarships and bursaries are also not allowed to be deferred to a future academic year so will be awarded to the student for the year they are offered a place only in UCD Smurfit. That is, students cannot defer their place in UCD Smurfit to a future year.

Please note that UCD Belfield programs run in conjunction with UCD Smurfit School – MSc in Biotechnology and Business, MSc in Biotherapeutics and Business and MSc in International Law and Business – are not eligible for Scholarships.

University of Limerick

The University of Limerick have a number of generous merit-based scholarships available for Indian students for the academic year.

The scholarships are based on academic merit and are a reduction in tuition fees. 

Indian Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

Kemmy Business School Scholarships

  • The International Education Division is delighted to announce the Kemmy Business School (KBS) ‘Jim Kemmy India Scholarship’ for undergraduate Indian students. This generous scholarship is worth approx. €3,423 (students will only pay €8,000 tuition fees per year) and will be available to students for the four years of the Degree programme (providing progressions rates are reached).The requirements for the scholarship are as follows: average grade of 75% or above in Standard X & XII including English and Math. Students are also required to meet the English language requirements. These scholarships are only available to Indian students and the programs included are only those in the Kemmy Business School (not interdisciplinary programs). Applications are now invited for these programs.

Full details on the undergraduate KBS programs can be found here:

  o BA International Business.

  o Bachelor of Business Studies.

  • International (Non-EU) merit-based scholarship worth €1,500 per year (available to all students)

Faculty of Science and Engineering Scholarships.

  • International (Non-EU) merit-based scholarship worth €1,500 per year (available to all students)

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science Scholarships.

  • International (Non-EU) merit-based scholarship worth €1,500 per year (available to all students)

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science Scholarships.

  • The International Education Division is delighted to announce the EHS BSc in Nursing Scholarship for international (Non-EU) undergraduate students. This generous scholarship is worth €1,500 and available to all students.

Students do not apply for the scholarship, once they apply for any of the above programmes they will be automatically considered for scholarship. For further information, please contact the International Education Division.

Postgraduate Scholarships

Kemmy Business School Scholarship

  • The International Education Division is delighted to announce the Kemmy Business School India Scholarship. This generous scholarship is worth either €1,500 or €4,000 depending on grades..

Faculty of Science and Engineering Scholarships.

  • The International Education Division is delighted to announce the Faculty of Science and Engineering India Scholarship. This generous scholarship is worth either €2,000 or €4,000 depending on grades.

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science Scholarships.

  • International (Non-EU) merit-based scholarship worth €1,500 per year (available to all students).

Faculty of Education and Health Science Scholarships.

  • The International Education Division is delighted to announce the EHS MSc in Nursing Scholarship for international (Non-EU) postgraduate students. This generous scholarship is worth €3,000 and available to all students.

  • International (Non-EU) merit-based scholarship worth €1,500 per year. This scholarship is only available for the following EHS programs:

o       MA in Psychology

o       MSc in Psychological Science

o       MSc in Sports Performance

o       MSc in Sports Exercise & Performance

Students do not apply for the scholarship, once they apply for any of the above programs they will be automatically considered for scholarship. For further information, please contact the International Education Division

Waterford Institute of Technology

1. The scholarship program is funded by the WIT International office and aims to attract excellent candidates to WIT’s undergraduate and taught postgraduate programs and encourage early applications;

2. Applicants must be self-funding and classified as non-EU for tuition fee purposes;

3. In order to be eligible for these scholarships, applicants must have:

    • ’Offer’, ‘Conditional offer’, or ‘Accept’ status associated with their application;
    • Minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score for undergraduate applications is 6.0 (with a 6.0 achieved in each component of the test); minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score for taught postgraduate applications is 6.5 (with a 6.0 achieved in each component of the test);

4. Only completed applications received before scholarship closing date will be considered;

5.Successful candidates will be selected on merit;

6. Once scholarship awards are issued, students must accept this offer within two weeks of notification. It is the student’s responsibility to formally accept the scholarship offer, a non-response will be considered as declining the offer;

7. These scholarships are not eligible to be combined with any other tuition scholarship;

8. A student who declines an initial offer of admission and accompanying scholarship offer will not retain his/her scholarship offer if he/she reapplies at a later date;

9. A student who withdraws, cancels or becomes inactive, enrolls less than full-time, is suspended, or dismissed from the Institute will lose his/her scholarship eligibility. A student who takes such a status due to medical reasons may appeal in writing to Scholarship Committee to have his/her scholarship reinstated. The appeal must be submitted with supporting documentation, such as a letter from a doctor. In such a case, for there to be a possibility for reinstatement, a student’s leave from the Institute cannot exceed two consecutive semesters;

10. The issued scholarship will be deducted from your Institute fee account;

11. Undergraduate Scholarships are renewable annually subject to the student maintaining an annual grade point average of no less than 60%. Continuous full time enrolment and attendance is also required;

12. Scholarship students must commit to attending WIT events where required. Students must also agree to participate in our Buddy program, student panels, focus groups, write blogs, and partake in other activities as requested from time to time by the International Office. On completion of their program of study, scholarship students who participated in the above mentioned activities will receive a letter of reference from the International Office.

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