Apply for a Full Scholarship to Study Abroad in Ireland

  • Full Undergraduate Scholarship
  • Full Postgraduate Scholarship
  • 2 Round-Trip Flights to Ireland
Deadline to Apply: February 23, 2018
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What is a "full" scholarship?

This year's scholarship includes both a tuition waiver and a stipend to cover additional fees. It does not necessarily cover accommodation, food, books, or other expenses.

How do I apply?

Research the participating programs and select your top 3. Then submit an essay and upload a creative photo. Applications are due February 23, 2018. Apply here.

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Get Inspired

"Ireland is truly one of the best countries I've been too with a great culture, beautiful landscape, and the some of the friendliest people I've ever met."

-Emily Schmeling
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Learn about Studying in Ireland

World Class Education

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

Inspiring Destinations

No matter which 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.

Delicious Cuisine

Ireland offers you the chance to sample some delicious and unique culinary experiences. Fresh seafood, delicious drinks, and hearty desserts will leave a delicious taste from your time abroad.

History & Culture

Ireland has deep cultural roots. Both inside and outside the classroom, you can learn more about your new home and how it came to be a top study abroad destination.

Budget-Friendly

Ireland is an affordable destination with easy access to explore Europe. With these thrifty tips, you can make your time in Ireland unforgettable and painless to your finances.

Know Before You Go

Ready to pack your bags for Ireland? Here are last-minute tips to know before you board your plane to the Emerald Isle -- from students who've been there before.