Commonly known as NUI Galway, the University College Galway is a higher level educational institution that is ranked among the top 2 percent of universities in the world. The NUI has approximately 17000 students and offers a variety of courses, including courses specifically for international students about Irish culture, language and history. Its academic program cost is a about $18,595, but hey, do not worry, because the university is committed to offer a range of scholarships to students from a number of countries according to its international priorities. Here are a few of them classified by levels:
Undergraduate Merit: Based on academic merits, this scholarship is focused to prospective undergraduate students. There are only offered 10 scholarships with a value of award of €2,750. In order to apply, you must already be in a place on any undergraduate program of NUI.
Max Arthur Macauliffe Special Merit: Based purely on academic merit, this scholarship comprises a full waiver of €13,750 – €13,250. Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programs at NUI are welcome.
Government of Ireland: Co-funded by the Irish Government, this scholarship comprises a full tuiton of €10,000 to cover living expenses for one year. This is aimed at academic programs that reflect Galway’s key position as a world-leading center in Bioinnovation among others.
Postgraduate Merit: These scholarships are aimed at taught postgraduate programs in all areas of the NUI Galway. In order to apply, you must be in receipt of an offer for one of the master’s programs offered by NUI. There are only 25 of them with a value of €2,750.
Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit: Two of these scholarships are available. With a value of €13,750, the scholarships are aimed at academic programs in science, bioinnovation and ICT.
Research Scholarships:Hardiman Research: With a stipend of €16,000, this scholarship offers opportunities for suitably qualified individuals to pursue a PhD on Social Sciences, Biomedical Science, Environment Marine, Humanities and Informatics. A scholarship that support the development of innovative individuals who will contribute globally, economically, culturally and scientifically.
These are some scholarships offered by the National University of Ireland, Galway, which is committed to attracting high caliber students from around the world. At this point, the University has offered a range of based scholarships to students from a number of countries, in line with its strategic international priorities.