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Funded Scholarship at University of TU Dublin,Ireland

Funded Scholarship at University of TU Dublin, Ireland

Partially Funded
Country: Ireland
City: Dublin
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Over the last one hundred years, many things have changed in Ireland and around the globe. It is important that all of us develop opportunities to share Their views and experiences, and that Their students develop an understanding of, and empathy with, other cultures. Therefore, They feel this is a very appropriate moment for us to launch Their TU Dublin Centenary Scholarship Programme to encourage excellent candidates from around the world to apply to undertake postgraduate studies at Masters Level in TU Dublin.

Moreover, The University of TU Dublin is delighted to announce that They will now offer 60 scholarships for excellent international students to undertake their Master’s studies in Their four Colleges (Arts & Tourism, Business, Engineering & Built Environment, and Sciences & Health) for the academic year 2019-20. Additionally, The scholarships will cover one-half of the value of fees for the academic year 2019-20. Further,  The scholarship is only available for TU Dublin’s fulltime, taught Masters (Level 9) programs. Also, It is not available for a postgraduate diploma or certificate programs. The scholarships are open to applicants from any non-EEA/EU countries.


  • The scholarships will cover 50% of tuition fees.


  • Applicants must have accepted their offer on TU Dublin’s application system.
  •  be from non-EU.
  • participate in student panels, write blogs, and partake in other activities for promotional purposes.
  • Students awarded a scholarship are to commit to attending TU Dublin events.
  • Further, A student’s leave from the Institute cannot exceed two consecutive semesters.
  • Applicants cannot defer their scholarship between academic years, and it is only valid for the academic year of 2019-20.
  • Recipients who fail to complete their program in the academic year will be liable for additional charges that are levied to all students.
  • Further, A student can reinstate the scholarship if he is interrupted for medical reasons and receives the approval from the Director of Student Services.
  •  have an IELTS or equivalent(minimum of 0.5).
  •  hold a first class honors (70% and above) degree from their undergraduate program.
  • Finally, A non-response will be as declining the offer.


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline31 May,2019
Open toSpecific Countries
OrganizerUniversity of TU Dublin
Contact the organizer[email protected]



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