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Full Masters Scholarship
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The Grand Prize

  • Full masters degree tuition scholarship
  • Additional stipend of $14,000
  • Flight stipend up to $800
  • Deadline to apply: December 6th, 2020
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Additional Funding

In addition to the Grand Prize, some of the universities and providers participating in this scholarship are offering additional scholarships! You must apply to those separately.

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Why Get Your Masters in Ireland?

Ireland is renowned for its hospitality, breathtaking scenery, and rich culture. In a time when the world seems less friendly than before, Ireland and its people are ready to welcome international students looking to expand their worldview and receive exceptional education opportunities. From the arts and humanities to business and STEM subjects, students can find diversity inside and beyond the classroom walls. If you're ready to get your Masters in 2021, Ireland is open and waiting.

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World-Class Education

Irish universities rank in the top 1% worldwide in terms of research impact in 19 fields spanning the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Whichever subject you want to study abroad, you can do it in Ireland.

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Inspiring Academics

Advance your educational and professional career during a postgraduate program in Ireland. Whether you’re embarking a more popular course of study or looking for a unique academic experience, there are plenty of options.

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Open to Students in 2021

Ireland welcomes international students next year with a set of public health and safety protocols that will help protect students, faculty, and locals. Once you arrive and settle in, you’ll be all set to enjoy your postgrad program.

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History & Culture

Whenever you hear the Irish speak about ‘craic’ (pronounced as crack), they’re actually referring to a uniquely Irish trait of looking to enjoy every moment to its fullest. Many of Ireland’s cultural sights and spots are open and waiting for you to experience them.

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English-Speaking

Ireland is one of the very few English-speaking countries in Europe, so settling in and making the most of your stay with us is super-easy. There’s no danger of anything getting lost in translation -- but there are some distinctly Irish phrases to learn too!

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Qualifications & Job Opportunities

Irish qualifications are recognized for excellence worldwide. Whether you choose to head home, continue an international career, or fall in love with Ireland and choose to pursue post-grad work through special visa program, you’ll be set for whatever’s next after graduation.

Where can I study?

There are 8 Irish institutes that you can apply the scholarship funds towards. You can enroll directly, or go through any of the participating providers listed.

Note: In addition to applying for the scholarship, you must also apply to the institution(s) in order to use the scholarship if you win.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you study abroad in Ireland this year?
While international travel is still precarious due to border closures and health requirements like masks and testing, it is still possible to study abroad in Ireland for the 2021 and 2022 academic years. You'll want to ensure you check on all of the requirements to enroll in a study abroad program in Ireland, get a student visa, and comply with any national and city health requirements on arrival. As long as you do that, you can still have an unforgettable study abroad experience in Ireland this year.
Why is Ireland a good place to study abroad?
Absolutely, Ireland is a great place to study abroad. There are a number of reasons students love studying in Ireland, including the ease of learning (since almost all courses are taught in English), less culture shock, affordability compared with other European study abroad destinations, and renowned Irish hospitality. Oh, and Ireland is open to students in 2021!
How much does it cost to study in Ireland?
For students who are not from the EU, tuition will cost between $4,500 to $7,500 for a semester in Ireland. Students also need to consider airfare costs, other program fees, vaccinations, and visa fees. Luckily, there are plenty of scholarships available to students, including our $15,000 undergraduate scholarship and full master's degree scholarship, so be sure to apply by Dec 6th, 2020!
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Where should I study abroad in Ireland?
There are several cities that are popular to study abroad in Ireland. The capital city, Dublin, is probably the most well-known destination and the international airport hub most students fly into. Other locations include Cork, Limerick, and Galway.
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Can you study abroad in Ireland this summer?
While international travel is still precarious due to border closures and health requirements like masks and testing, it is still possible to study abroad in Ireland in summer 2021. You'll want to ensure you check on all of the requirements to enroll in a study abroad program in Ireland, get a student visa, and comply with any national and city health requirements on arrival. As long as you do that, you can still have an unforgettable study abroad experience in Ireland this year.
How much does it cost to study in Ireland in the summer?
For students who are not from the EU, tuition typically ranges between $4,000 to $5,000 for a summer in Ireland. Students also need to consider airfare costs, other program fees, vaccinations, and visa fees. Luckily, there are plenty of scholarships available to students, including our $15,000 undergraduate scholarship and full master's degree scholarship, so be sure to apply by Dec 6th, 2020!
Where should I enroll to study abroad in Ireland?
There are several cities that are popular to study abroad in Ireland, with universities that allow for easy, direct enrollment. The capital city, Dublin, is probably the most well-known destination and the international airport hub most students fly into. Other cities with large universities that encourage direct enrollment include Cork, Limerick, and Galway.
Is Ireland a good place to enroll for study abroad?
Absolutely, Ireland is a great place to direct enroll for study abroad. There are a number of reasons students love studying in Ireland, including the ease of learning (since almost all courses are taught in English), less culture shock, affordable cost of living compared with other European study abroad destinations, and renowned Irish hospitality. Oh, and Ireland is open to students in 2021!

How to apply

1. Start application and choose your programs

2. Submit a short essay and upload a creative photo

3. Apply to the institution(s) of your choice

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