The National University of Ireland, Galway is delighted to a number of undergraduate merit scholarships for 2016/17 academic session. The scholarship are available non-European students who have been admitted to study at the university. Those merit based scholarships cover partial tuition fee. To apply, application package must be submitted due to 1st April, 2016.
Over ten Undergraduate Merit Scholarships are available at National University of Ireland for the academic year 2016-2017. These scholarships cover partial tuition fee for non-EU students. The National University of Ireland, Galway is committed to attracting high calibre students from around the world. The university offers a range of merit based partial tuition fee waivers to eligible students from a number of priority countries
University will be offering partial tuition fee waivers in the sum of €2,750 to first year fees only.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in any discipline.
Place of Study
At the National University of Ireland, Galway in Ireland.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Applicants must be categorized as non-EU for tuition fee purposes
- Applicants must hold an offer from NUI Galway;
- Successful candidates will be selected on merit and the strength of the personal statement;
- These scholarships are not eligible to be combined with any other tuition scholarship.
The scholarships are open to any students from non-European countries.
The application package must be consisting the materials as follow:
- The completed Non-EU Undergraduate Application Form
- Original or certified copies of school transcripts/examination certificates (or forecast results if available). Where an applicant has not yet completed Secondary School (High School), the most recent transcript should be submitted.
SAT and/or ACT scorecard (US Applicants). The NUI Galway SAT code is 5878. The NUI Galway ACT code is 5351.
- A certified true copy of applicants Birth Certificate or Passport
- Two sealed Letters of Recommendation, ideally from a teacher and/guidance counsellor or someone who knows applicants personally.
- IELTS or TOEFL certificate, in the case of applicants whose first language is not English.
- a personal statement (MS Word, 1,000 words maximum) should cover the following point: The applicant’s interest in studying in Ireland and in National University of Ireland, Galway and how the applicant would see themselves as an ambassador for NUI Galway when they come to study here.
1 April 2016.