While it's the time of year that many people are feeling the 'winter blues,' we've been feeling a different color in the Go Overseas office. For those of you who've been part of our community for a few years, you can probably guess what color we're talking about.
Need a hint? How about:
That's right, we're feeling green! Why? Because it's time for our 4th Annual Scholarship to Study Abroad in Ireland!
We are delighted to work in partnership with Education in Ireland and seven universities in Ireland to offer two scholarships this year:
- One Undergraduate scholarship to study abroad in Ireland for a semester, along with a $7,000 stipend to cover additional costs, plus an $800 airfare stipend.
- One Postgraduate/Masters scholarship to cover up to one full year of enrollment at an Irish university, plus an airfare stipend.
Basically, that's a lotta green on the table! (For our non-U.S. friends, green means money!)
Need more inspiration first? We feel ya; this is a big opportunity! We've got tons of Ireland resources here on Go Overseas. Start by reading our guide to studying abroad in Ireland. Then read these other articles about studying abroad in Ireland:
- Unsure where in Ireland you want to study abroad? We've got an article for that!
- We just published a cool article about cultural experiences you can only find while studying in Ireland. If you're comparing Ireland with any other countries, they help tip the scales!
- We put together a handy (and mouthwatering) list of the foods you can try while studying abroad in Ireland -- if this doesn't get you excited, we're not sure what will!
- As part of a larger set of articles, we put together this resource on the cost of studying abroad in Ireland.
- For our postgrad readers, we've got this handy article full of insider tips about getting your Masters in Ireland.
- Whether you're an undergrad student applying for the semester scholarship -- or you're going all in for a postgrad degree in Ireland, here's what to know before you go.
You're still here? Okay, last but not least, here are the important details:
Okay, now go apply! May the luck of the Irish be with you! 🍀