Embassy of Ireland is offering postgraduate scholarships for outstanding Ethiopian, South African, and Sri Lankan students. €15,000 scholarship is funded for one academic year for the cost of travel and accommodation including a relevant tuition fees awarded by NUI Galway. The students who will assure to utilize their attained knowledge in the development of their home countries will be preferred. Academic merit will be the basis of consideration of applications.Application submission should be till December 31, 2012 to the Embassy.
Study Subject(s): Any Subject offered by the university.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing postgraduate degree level.
Scholarship Provider: Embassy of Ireland
Award can be taken at: Ireland
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– The NUI Galway International programme provides a number of post-graduate funding opportunities each year for outstanding students from Ethiopia, South Africa, and Sri Lanka
– Selection criteria will include academic merit and financial need.
Scholarship Open for International Students: This award is open for Ethiopia, South Africa, and Sri Lanka Students.
Description: The NUI Galway International programme provides a number of post-graduate funding opportunities each year for outstanding students from Ethiopia, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. Priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate that the knowledge they acquire from their studies in Ireland will be utilized subsequently to support development in their home countries.
Duration of award(s): The scholarship funded for one academic year.
What does it cover? The scholarship provides up to €15,000 for one academic year towards the cost of travel and accommodation. In addition, relevant tuition fees will be awarded by NUI Galway.
Selection criteria: Selection criteria will include academic merit and financial need.
How to Apply: Completed application should be submitted to the Embassy before close of business Monday, 31 December 2012.
Application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 31 December 2012.