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Study In Ireland

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Student Bursaries

Variety of Financial Assistance

International students in Ireland have access to various scholarships and grants to help fund their education. Here are some options:


Government Scholarships: Government of Ireland International Education Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to high-achieving students from non-EU/EEA countries to pursue a master's or PhD program in Ireland. The scholarships cover tuition fees, a stipend for living expenses, and other costs.


Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme: This program provides scholarships to students from eligible countries to study at master's level in Ireland, with a focus on fields related to development. It covers tuition fees, travel costs, accommodation, and a monthly stipend.


Institutional Scholarships: Many universities and colleges in Ireland offer scholarships specifically for international students. These scholarships may be merit-based, need-based, or targeted toward students from specific countries or regions.

Examples include:

Trinity College Dublin Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to non-EU students based on academic excellence.


University College Dublin Global Excellence Graduate Scholarships: These scholarships are available to international students applying to eligible master's programs at UCD.


External Scholarships: Some organizations and foundations offer scholarships for international students studying in Ireland. These may be based on academic merit, financial need, or specific criteria related to the donor organization. Students can search for external scholarship opportunities through online databases, government agencies, and international organizations.


Research Grants: International students pursuing research degrees (such as PhDs) may be eligible for research grants from funding bodies, research institutions, or industry partners. These grants can cover tuition fees, research expenses, and living costs associated with the research project.


Sports and Cultural Scholarships: Some universities in Ireland offer scholarships to talented athletes, artists, musicians, or performers. These scholarships recognize students' achievements in sports or cultural activities and provide financial support to help them pursue their academic and extracurricular goals.Part-Time Work Opportunities: International students in Ireland are allowed to work part-time during term time and full-time during holidays. Earning income through part-time work can help supplement living expenses and reduce the need for additional financial support.It's essential for international students to research and apply for scholarships and grants well in advance of their intended study period, as application deadlines and eligibility criteria may vary. Additionally, students should explore options for financial aid and support services offered by their chosen institution or academic department.

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