Opportunity ID 12485
Application deadline: Friday, 5pm – 27 March, 2020 (Irish Time)
Result: June 1, 2020
The Ireland higher education Authority (HEA) is delighted to announce the 2020 Call for Applications for the Ireland Government International Education Scholarship Programme for applicants from Non EU / EEA countries to study their Bachelor, Graduate and Doctoral degrees at an Irish higher education institutions.
Number of Scholarships: 60
Award Value: 10,000 Euro
Fields of study:
The scholarship programme covers all fields of study at three levels and applicants from non-EU/EEA countries can apply to this scholarship.
The scholarship may be in the framework of:
- The final year of an undergraduate programme;
- One year of a taught master’s degree programme or;
- One year of a research programme (i.e. one year of a 2-year graduate Degree or a 3-4 year doctoral programme).
- € 10,000 stipend for the whole one-year study period which will be disbursed on two installments
- Full tuition fees and other enrollment costs at the institution are covered
Further scholarship conditions:
- Scholarships may be granted for study across all disciplines, subject to the availability of places.
- The HEA will, overall, seek to ensure that there is gender-balance in the cohort of students to whom scholarships are granted.
- Due to the very large volume of applications giving feedback to unsuccessful candidates shall not be possible.
- Applications are encouraged from under-represented cohorts.
- Successful students are to start studies in September/October 2020.
- Later enrolments will only be considered for PhD awardees.
- Students and their host HEIs may need to attend a welcoming ceremony for GOI-IES awardees around this time.
List of universities you study at:
Athlone Institute of Technology, College of Computing Technology, Dublin, Cork Institute of Technology, Dublin Business School, Dublin City University, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Galway Business School, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Griffith College, Dublin, ICD Business School, Dublin, Independent College, Dublin, Institute of Technology, Carlow, Institute of Technology, Sligo, Institute of Technology, Tralee, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Limerick Institute of Technology, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Maynooth University, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, National College of Ireland, Dublin, National University of Ireland, Galway, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Royal College of Surgeons, Technological University for Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, University College Dublin, University of Limerick, Waterford Institute of Technology
– Possessing academic, personal, professional and creative excellence
– Enjoying communication skills
– Having done extracurricular activities such as voluntary, humanitarian work, politics, arts and sports experiences
– Having strong qualities for pursuing their higher education in Ireland that shows how the program fits into your long-run goals
– Personal Statement demonstrating that:
– How the applicants display the benefit of becoming a GOI-IES scholar;
– How they would extend themselves beyond their projects/studies to maximize their academic and cultural exchange experience; and
– The extent to which they have a long-term interest in the host country
– Two references submitted via online application portal
Qualified applicants wishing to apply to GOI-IES must submit their applications online
For more information read here.
In case of any questions concerning the call for applications should be submitted to: GOI-IES@hea.ie No later than 27 March 2020. Telephone calls cannot be accommodated.
Note: The HEA notification of the outcome for applicants will be sent to them by 1 June 2020.