Posted By: 15 April 2021
Study in Ireland: Scholarships Decoded!
As enriching and exciting as it might be to study abroad, one needs to keep an open eye on the budgeting side of the experience as well. Applying for Scholarships and Bursaries might just look like a daunting task but, in the long term all the hard work is as much worth it as getting accepted in your dream program.
The Government of Ireland and Colleges offer plethora of Full and Partial Scholarships to international and Indian Students in a bid to increase the number of non-EU students. Additionally, the good bi-lateral relationship between the two countries and the demand for research in innovative fields of study has paved way for increased financial assistance in research driven fields of study. Therefore, without further adieu, here’s a list of few scholarships that one might consider when applying for courses in Ireland:
Scholarships are awarded to high caliber undergraduate and postgraduate students from non-EEA countries to study in Ireland for one year and involve a €10,000 stipend and tuition fee waiver.
For postgraduate students working on projects related to Teagasc Research and Knowledge Transfer Program, primarily in the fields of food, crops, animal and grasslands, environment, economics and rural development. This fellowship commemorates the late Dr. Tom Walsh contribution in the field of agriculture and food research in Ireland.
Range from EURO 1,000 to 1500.
- Max Arthur Macauliffe Special Merit Scholarship for Indian Students at NUI Galway
Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programsat NUI Galway commencing September 2019.
- Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship for Indians at NUI Galway
Two Freyer Scholarships, comprising a full fee waiver are available. These scholarships are aimed at all academicprograms. Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students that have received an offer and have confirmed acceptance of same via payment of an acceptance deposit for any of the selected taught Master’s programs at NUI Galway commencing September 2019.
However, these are just a few of the many Scholarships available to study in Ireland. One of the most important things before applying for any financial aid – Scholarships, Fellowships or Bursaries is to check the eligibility criteria and deadline for them. Some colleges or organizations might have a simple application process whereas, others might have elaborate questions and essays which would be required additionally with the acceptance letter from the course to be eligible.
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