Scholarships and Awards
University College Dublin offers an extensive range of Scholarships to prospective students and current students at both undergraduate and graduate level.
Global Scholarships – Taught Masters
UCD College of Social Sciences and Law offers 50% Tuition-Fee Scholarships to Non-EU students across multiple regions. Find out more about our Global Tuition-Fee Scholarships.
See below for more details on individual funding opportunities and Scholarships on offer by School.
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There are a small number of scholarships providing partial fee waivers, available to students with outstanding undergraduate records. Learn More.
UCD School of Economics are pleased to announce the availability of scholarships for our 2019/20 MSc programmes for current and former UCD Economics students. Learn More.
These PhD Scholarships will comprise an annual tax-free stipend of €15,000 plus a full waiver of fees.
The School of Philosophy is offering two PhD scholarships. Learn More.
Masters & PhD Graduate Student Scholarships
These scholarship typically include a partial fee waiver and in some cases a stipend. Learn More.
There are a range of funding opportunities available from undergraduate, through to PhD. Learn More.
Mary Kelly Bursary
The Mary Kelly Bursaries comprise an award of €2,000 towards university fees to students who have been accepted to one of the School of Sociology one-year 90 credit taught masters programmes. Learn More.
MSc Comparative Social Change EU Scholarships
The UCD School of Sociology and Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin invite applications from suitable EU candidates for a MSc Comparative Social Change EU Scholarship of €2,000. Learn More.
Masters of Public Policy Scholarship
Quantitative Social Sciences PhD Scholarship
UCD College of Social Sciences and Law is offering one three years PhD scholarship (EU fee only) under the College Research Scholarship scheme. Learn More.
Demographic and Population Analytics
One 50% Scholarship in the form of a tuition fee waiver (EU rate of fees only) will be offered in 2019. NonEU and EU applicants are welcome to apply. Learn More.