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SCHOLARSHIPS IN IRELAND
Deadline: 29 Jan 207 (annual)
Course Starts: October 2017
The government of Ireland International Scholarships is planned to support reasonably qualified Master's applicants pursuing or expecting to pursue full-time study in any discipline, situated in an Irish HEI.
Licensed Ireland Higher Education Institutions
Field(s) of Study:
Any discipline, situated in an Irish HEI.
Number of Awards:
Open to universal students from any nation
The total value of the scholarship will be up to a most extreme of €24,000 in any certified year and will comprise of a maintenance award €17,000 per annum, a contribution to fees, including non-EU scholarship charges, paid to the HEI up to a greatest of €5,750, and qualified direct research support costs to empower the Scholar to do the exploration extend.
Scholars must be full-time students subsidiary with a qualified HEI in Ireland. Scholars must have a fist class or upper second class honors primary degree, or the comparable. On the off chance that examination results are not known at the time of application, the Council may make a temporary offer of a Scholarship on condition that the Scholar's college degree result is a top of the line or upper inferior respects, or the proportional. Master's degree results might be considered to take precedence of the essential degree.
At the time od application, Scholars must be a new entrant to the degree for which they are to get Council funding and have been formally acknowledged by the pertinent office/school by, at the most recent, 1st October 2017.
Applications might be acknowledged through the electronic submission framework. In advance of the e- framework, and as a guide to setting up an application, an indicative word document version of the application form is given below.
Irish versions of the Guide for Applicants, Academic Supervisor, Referee and (where important) Enterprise Mentor structures will be accessible at the appropriate time. Every electronic application must be submitted by means of the e-framework by 29 January 2017.
Masters (MS) Degree
Study in: European Countries
Course Starts: Aug-Sept 2017
The Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, supported by the European Union, are only granted to students originating from both EU and non-EU nations that have been chosen to go to one of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programs at Masters Level.
European University Scholarship Program
European Universities/Institutions taking an interest under-affirmed Erasmus Mundus Action Joint Programs.
Field(s) of Study:
Around 117 Masters Courses are supported by Scholarships. The field(s) of study secured are Agriculture and Veterinary, Humanities and Arts, Science, Mathematics and Computing, and Social Sciences, Business and Law.
Number of Awards:
Classification A Scholarships: Nationals from another nation than the European Union Member States and Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein altogether.
Classification B Scholarships: Nationals from the European Union Member States, or from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.
Classification B Scholarships: Citizens from the European Union Member States, or from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.
The program offers full-time Scholarships and fellowships that cover monthly allowances, participation costs, traveling and protection expenses of the students. Scholarship sums can shift as indicated by the level of studies, the term of studies, and the researcher's nationality (Scholarships for non-EU students are higher than for EU students).
Please note that every Erasmus Mundus Joint Program describes its own particular selection criteria and admission strategies.
The next application round for courses beginning in the academic year 2017/2018 will begin to open in the last quarter of 2017.
Due date differs relying upon the program yet falls around December to January.
For: High-accomplishing students applying for a Griffith Business School degree program at Griffith University.
The level of study:
Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degree programs.
Citizen of a nation other than Australia or New Zealand.
Scholarship value and advantages:
$7,000 altogether. (Two educational cost installments of $3,500 each.)
Programs of study:
Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degree programs (excludes the Master of Business Administration, on the internet, non-Scholarship, offshore delivered programs and where students are given propelled standing or acknowledgment for past studies).
Trimester 2 2017 - Applications close Friday, 3 March 2017 (for 3 July beginning). Result informed by end of March.
Trimester 3 2017 - Applications close Friday, 30 June (for 30 October beginning). Result informed by end of July.
IT Carlow offer more than 60 Academic Scholarships to those students who have accomplished the following:
- be a first-year student - be enrolled on an IT CARLOW course
- have the most astounding Leaving Certificate. focuses on your course
- have a minimum leaving certificate focuses to score of 400
What have I got to do to be in with a chance?
Apply for your picked IT Carlow course through the CAO
Study and only study for the Leaving Certificate exams
Dublin Business School is enchanted to announce the accompanying Scholarships and Discounts for candidates that are living abroad:
€500 - €1000 PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Partial scholarships are accessible to students going onto Level 8 and Level 9 programs as it were. At the point when an effective candidate pays an acknowledgment charge within 30 days of accepting the Confirmed Offer from the College, the accompanying partial scholarships can be granted to the student contingent upon the level of the program he/she applies for:
€1000 euro off level 9 program*
Please note the balance net charges must be paid preceding course beginning.
PLEASE NOTE: DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY TO ACCA/PRE-MASTERS/PRE- UNDERGRADUATE Programs
Terms and Conditions:
A Non-EU student referral form must be completely finished 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 won't be qualified for the referral expense.
The potential candidate's full yearly educational cost expense (non-EU) must be paid ahead of time the course beginning.
This plan applies just to the referral to DBS of new non-EU charge paying students at present resident in the Republic of Ireland or occupant abroad.
Applies only to full-time projects of no less than one academic year in the period where the candidate has paid the relevant full non-EU student charge.
Under the plan, the potential candidate can be your companion, relative or associate.
The potential candidate must satisfy all confirmation prerequisites for his/her picked course and be allowed admission and completely enlisted with DBS.
Awards will be paid subject to the potential candidate's application for permission to reside in Ireland or an Irish student visa application being effective.
This plan does not have any significant bearing reflectively to student enlisted in past admissions, or to applications effectively got for this admission.
This plan applies just to projects starting in the coming academic admission.
The plan does not matter where their hosts been a past third-get- together association.
Moreover, where appropriate, Dublin Business School offers a grant of 15% for the third total year of full-time study and a 20% in the fourth and consequent finish years of full-time paid study with the school.
- Your completed application form
- Academic transcripts
- Valid passport
- Two photographs (specified size)