Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is offering scholarships to new international students from India, Nepal, Indonesia, Philippines and non-EU European countries. The deadline for applications is on 4 July.
TU Dublin is encouraging new students for the Fall 2019 intake to apply and avail of scholarships of up to €1,500. Once they qualify, the corresponding amount will be applied against their first-year tuition fee which is approximately €9,500 (equivalent to AUD15,105).
Ireland as a study destination offers an affordable option for international students with the cost of living estimated at €10,000/year (AUD15,900). Their student visa allows them to work 20 hours a week while pursuing their studies and 40 hours a week during school holidays and term breaks.
At TU Dublin, 20% of the entire student population are international students. It has also produced graduates who have landed careers that impacted global businesses and industries. Students can complete a master’s degree in one year and opt to stay for 24 months to work after graduation. Graduates of an undergraduate degree can opt to stay and work for 12 months after graduation.
TU Dublin offers three pathway programs, 103 undergraduate and 57 graduate programs. Pathway programs are comprised of the International Foundation Year Program and International Bridging Program for undergraduate students and the International Bridging Program for graduate students. For details about degree programs, fees, IELTS and other requirements, students and education agents may check out the EduCo Course Finder.
International students and education agents who wish to get more information on the scholarships should contact their local EduCo staff or email email@example.com.