Non EU Scholarships
UCD College of Engineering & Architecture are delighted to offer all Non-EU citizens of every nationality (outside the EEA) the opportunity to apply for our College of Engineering & Architecture Scholarship, which is available at both a bachelor and masters level across all Engineering and Architecture programs.
Scholarship Range: The scholarships range from €4,000 right up to 50% of the tuition fee.
Application Deadline: Friday, 30th June 2018
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College of Engineering & Architecture Scholarship - Terms and Conditions
- The Scholarship Program is funded by UCD College of Engineering and Architecture and aims to attract excellent candidates to UCD’s Engineering and Architecture bachelors and masters programs.
- Scholarships are open to self-funding candidates.
- Applicants must be citizens and current residents of a Non-EU country and classified as non-EU for tuition fee and application purposes.
- In order to be eligible to apply for this advertised scholarship, applicants must have ‘Offer’, ‘Conditional Offer’, ‘Accept’ or ‘Conditional Accept’ status associated with their application.
- Successful candidates will be selected on merit paired with a holistic review of their scholarship application;
- Only applications received before or on Thursday, 30th June 2018, will be considered.
- Decisions will be made by the Scholarship Committee and candidates will be notified within two weeks of the committee decision.
- Once scholarship awards are issued, students must accept this offer by the specified method within two weeks of the notification being distributed by the committee.
- It is the student’s responsibility to formally accept the scholarship offer, a non-response will be considered as declining the offer.
- Students awarded a scholarship must commit to participating in student panels, focus groups, blogs and other activities as requested by UCD College of Engineering and Architecture.
- A student who withdraws, cancels or becomes inactive, enrols less than full-time, is suspended, or dismissed from the University will lose his/her scholarship eligibility. A student who takes such a status due to medical reasons may appeal in writing to the Scholarship Committee to have his/her scholarship reinstated. The appeal must be submitted with supporting documentation, such as a letter from a doctor. In such a case, for there to be a possibility for reinstatement, a student’s leave from the University cannot exceed two consecutive semesters.
- A student who declines an initial offer of admission and accompanying scholarship offer will not retain his/her scholarship offer if he/she reapplies at a later date.
- Continuous full time enrolment and attendance is required to retain a scholarship award.
- The issued scholarship will be deducted from your University fee account.
- Scholarships are renewable annually subject to the student maintaining an annual grade point average of no less than 3.08/4.2 (upper second class).