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Scholarships

Trinity BMP Scholars' Fund

The Trinity Business Masters Programme (BMP) Scholars' Fund has been made possible by Trinity Business School and generous funding from friends of Trinity Business School.  A number of Scholarships will be awarded each year on our Masters’ Programmes.

The Trinity BMP Scholars' Fund is highly selective; only full-time candidates with a strong academic track record and a strong motivation to undertake the Trinity BMP are eligible.  The selection of students for scholarships is the responsibility of the Fund's selection committee.

Applications will only be considered once candidates have been accepted onto the programme.  First round decisions on the award of Scholarships will be made in July preceding the year of entry.

Recipients of awards may be asked to contribute to School related activities during the term of the Scholarship.

**There will be two rounds of applications. The first round closing date is the 29th of February 2016, the second round is the 1st of June 2016.

Please submit your application (link below) by email to: Specialist.Masters@tcd.ie

Application Form

 

Trinity Business Global Access Awards

The Trinity Business Global Access Awards are supported by Trinity Business School as part of our ongoing commitment to diversity in the student body and access for students from outside the EU who would otherwise be unable to undertake a Trinity Master’s.  Up to 4 Global Access Awards to the amount of €3,000 will be made each year.

Applications will only be considered once candidates have been accepted onto the programme.  First round decisions on the award of Global Access Awards will be made in July preceding year of entry.

**There will be two rounds of applications. The first round closing date is the 29th of February 2016, the second round is the 1st of June 2016.

Application Form

 

North-South Scholarships

Universities Ireland, the body which promotes collaboration between the nine universities in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, offers two scholarships to students undertaking a recognised Master’s course (taught or research) in the other Irish jurisdiction. This scholarship is worth €20,000 and must be taken up in September or October.