The Grand Prize
- Full semester tuition up to $15,000 USD
- Additional stipend of $7,000
- Flight stipend up to $800 USD
- Deadline to apply: Dec 6th, 2020 Apply now
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.Learn more
Why Study Abroad 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 study abroad in 2021, Ireland is open and waiting.
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 – plus help parents feel comfortable too.
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.
No matter which of Ireland’s colorful city you choose to study in, you'll have the whole of Ireland within reach. From the rugged western coastline to bustling cities, Ireland is perfect for exploring while you study abroad.
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!
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.
Where can I study?
There are 7 participating Irish Universities and those are the only schools 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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