Undergraduate Opportunity Scholarships at UCD Access and Lifelong Learning in Ireland, 2019

Applications are welcomed for Opportunity Scholarships UCD for the scholastic year 2018-19 Students from Ireland are qualified to look for this scholarship.

The overarching function of Access & Lifelong Learning (ALL) is to be the ‘bridge to inclusion’ offering connections, engagement and structure relationships in between neighborhoods that are ‘distant’ from college, and the University neighborhood.


  • ApplicationsDeadline: September21, 2018
  • CourseLevel: Scholarships are readily available to pursue bachelor’s degree program.
  • StudySubject: Scholarships are granted to discover any of the courses used by the university.
  • ScholarshipAward: Scholarships are valued at EUR1,500 per year for the regular period of the scholar’s program of research study. Scholarships will be paid in 2 instalments each year at completion of September/ early October and at completion ofJanuary The scholarship bundle likewise consists of:
    — Dedicated Welcome Programme
    — Programme of scholastic workshops and workshops
    — Dedicated individual assistance used by a group of professionals
    — The assistance of a peer mentoring network
    — Leadership training programs, networking and advancement chances.
  • Nationality: Students from Ireland are qualified to look for this scholarship.
  • Number of Scholarships: Numbers not provided
  • Scholarship can be taken in Ireland

Eligibility for the Scholarship:

EligibleCountries: Students from Ireland are qualified to look for this scholarship.

EntranceRequirements: Applicants should fulfill the following requirements:

The undergraduate Scholarships are open to brand-new entrants to UCD (very first years) who have actually accepted a deal to research study inUCD Applicants should be getting in a full-time undergraduate program of research study.

Please note this scholarship is for undergraduate trainees from the following groups:

— HEAR trainees
— DARE trainees
— Students with a Disability
— First time Matures
— Incoming Access Student 2018/19
— Students who have actually effectively finished a UCD Access Programme
— QQI-FETs (Further education award holders)
— Irish Travellers
— Lone moms and dads who are in invoice of a means-tested social well-being payment
— Ethnic minorities
— Refugees, those with leave to stay and asylum hunters


How to Apply: The mode of application is online.

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