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There are hundreds of scholarships available for international students from a wide variety of sources such as the Government of Ireland, the Irish higher education institutions and other organisations. These are awarded solely at the discretion of the individual organisations that set down their own criteria for eligibility. Students are advised to contact the institution or organisation of their choice directly, to obtain more detailed information.

  • Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS): IRCHSS funds cutting-edge research in the humanities, social sciences, business and law with the objective of creating new knowledge and expertise beneficial to Ireland's economic, social and cultural development. Through its membership of the European Science Foundation, the Research Council is committed to integrating Irish research in European and international networks of expertise.
  • Uversity -Creative Impact Scholarship : The Creative Impact Scholarship seeks to attract exceptional applicants with the potential to make a creative difference in their future careers and with an interest in participating in Uversity’s innovative student-led programme of study.  A number of full and partial scholarships will be awarded to offset tuition fees. 
  • Law PhD Scholarship Opportunity at DCU A generous 4-year scholarship is available for an outstanding PhD candidate in the field of Law, within the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University. The scholarship will include fee waiver and a tax-free stipend of €12,000 per annum for a full-time PhD student
  • HBCU Scholarship: NUI Galway will offer two full tuition waivers to qualified applicants for a semester long programme,  from a HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) member institution. In addition a 10% tuition discount will apply to all qualified applicants from HBCU member institutions.

  • The Ireland Homecoming Study Scholarship (IHSP) is open to the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Irish emigrants who are interested in completing a semester of study, two semesters or an entire undergraduate degree at one of Ireland's Institutes of Technology