Trinity College Dublin is inviting applicants for the Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships provided by the Trinity College Dublin. These are exclusively for non-EU students starting a full-time undergraduate course in 2020-21.
College offers a number of scholarship opportunities for prospective and current students interested in study or research at Ireland’s leading university to assist students of limited means and reward academic achievement.
A fine program for non-EU students in Ireland.
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The mission of UCD is to advance knowledge, to pursue truth and to foster learning, in an atmosphere of discovery, creativity, and innovation, drawing out the best in each student and contributing to the social, cultural and economic life of Ireland in the wider world. Trinity is Ireland’s top-ranked university, and the only Irish university in the world top 100 universities.
- Course Level: award is available for pursuing full-time undergraduate programme.
- Award: Scholarships valued at 3000 to 5000 euro each, applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time undergraduate programme for the first year of study only.
- The award can be taken in Ireland
- Applicants who have non-EU status and will pay tuition fees at the non-EU rate.
- Satisfy course-specific requirements (where applicable).
- Where there is competition for places, have good enough examination results to be included among those to whom offers are made (see Leaving Certificate scoring system, Advanced GCE (A-Level) scoring system or Other examination systems).
- How to Apply: Students have to take admission in the bachelor’s degree program at the university
- application documents such as
- Trinity Offer Letter
- 200-word statement on “How I will contribute to our Trinity College Dublin community.” – submit in Microsoft word document or pdf format.
- English Language Requirement: Teaching in Irish Universities is normally through the medium of English; therefore all applicants are required to demonstrate a high level of competence in the English language. Applicants who have not passed English as a subject in the Irish Leaving Certificate Examination must provide evidence of equivalent competence in the English language through their school-leaving examination or matriculation examination or by achieving the minimum standard in a recognised English language test, as outlined below:
International English Language Testing System (IELTS): An average score of 6.5 overall components and a minimum of 6.0 in each band on the Academic Version.
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) administered by Princeton University.
- A minimum score of 600 in the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL PBT), with Test of Written English at 475 +.
- In the computer-based TOEFL, a minimum score of 250 is required.
- A minimum score of 90 is required in the Internet-based TOEFL (iBT).
Application Deadline: April 1.