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Global Relations Office Announces Suite of Trinity Scholarships for Non-EU Students

Posted on 7 January 2016

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The Office of the Vice Provost for Global Relations is delighted to announce the launch of a suite of new scholarships for Non-EU students.   Scholarships are available to First Year Undergraduate Non-EU students in a range of six different categories.  The scholarships are valued at 5000 euro each and are applied as a reduction to the tuition fees of a full-time undergraduate programme for the first year of study. 

 

The following is the full range of new scholarships being offered by the Global Relations Office:

  1. International Foundation Programme Scholarships
  2. Bachelor in Business Studies Scholarship
  3. USA Undergraduate Scholarships
  4. India Undergraduate Scholarships
  5. China Undergraduate Scholarships
  6. Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships

Trinity recently launched two new exciting programmes aimed at international students: the Trinity International Foundation Programme and the Bachelor of Business Studies (Trinity Specialist Business Degree.)  A number of scholarships are being offered to international students who wish to apply for these innovative new programmes at Trinity.  Deadline for scholarship application is 18 March and 31 March respectively. 

An additional suite of country-specific scholarships have also been announced for students from the US, India and China.  The final category of scholarship - the Global Excellence Undergraduate Scholarship – is open to all non-EU students. The date of submission for these scholarships is 31 March, with the exception of the US Scholarship (deadline: 1 March). 

All applicants who have non-EU status and will pay tuition fees at the non-EU rate are eligible to apply for the scholarships.   The scholarships will be assessed based on academic achievement and evaluation of the applications’ potential to contribute to the overall Trinity community. 

Trinity’s International Recruitment Officer Declan Coogan commented, “The office is committed to strengthening Trinity College Dublin's global profile through international student recruitment and engagement and we are thrilled to announce the launch of these new scholarship opportunities”.

The Global Relations Office acts as the gateway between Trinity College Dublin and our global community of international students, institutional partners, academic collaborators and alumni network. As Ireland's oldest and highest-ranking university, Trinity strives to educate global citizens who will shape the world's future through research impact, study abroad opportunities, cultural exchange and international collaborations.

Further information on all of the various undergraduate scholarships is available at:
https://www.tcd.ie/study/non-eu/scholarships/undergraduate/


Further information on the Trinity International Foundation Programme Scholarship is available at:
www.tcd.ie/study/international/foundation-programme