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WIT International Student Scholarships

We are pleased to offer International student scholarships in all disciplines at WIT for undergraduate and postgraduate students commencing their studies in September 2016.

Diversity of students in terms of country of origin is one of the pillars on which international education in any institution is founded. In order to encourage high calibre applicants to study at our Institute, we offer a number of scholarships to Non-EU citizens on an annual basis.


Scholarships for nationals of all other Non-EU countries

Value

Undergraduate and Higher Diploma students

• The International Student Scholarship will provide for a 25% reduction in tuition fees for each year of an undergraduate or a Higher Diploma programme. (NB for entry into all years of Bachelor programmes except final year).

• Award in subsequent years of study is subject to the achievement of 60% overall average mark

Postgraduate students

• The International Student Scholarship will provide for a reduction of €3150 for all taught Masters programmes

Eligibility

• The scholarships are open to all self-funding Non-EU students

• Minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent

  • This scholarship only applies to new incoming students (first time entrants to WIT- it does not apply to WIT International Graduates)

How to apply

Applications must be made on the prescribed forms (please see below) and submitted to the International office on or before 31st May 2016.
Successful applicants will be notified by mid-June 2016.


For further information please contact Ms. Laura Dunphy, International Admissions, WIT, [email protected]

International Scholarship Reference Form

International Scholarship Application Form

India - WIT Indian 'Wicket Scholarship' 2016

This year WIT is particularly interested in attracting high calibre applicants from the Republic of India, in line with our international strategy and as a result we have launched a dedicated, but limited number of Scholarships for Indian Nationals (The WIT Indian 'Wicket Scholarship' 2016).

Please note that the deadline for all WIT awarded scholarships is the 31st of May, 2016.  

Scholarships are available to anyone who has completed their 12th Standard, or undergraduate degree at a recognised High School/University in India. Where applicants have attended University, they must prove that their degree is recognised by the University Grants Commission.
We accept some applicants from Independently run Private Colleges, depending on their ranking and reputation. Awards will be valued up to 50% of the full fees for postgraduate programmes and 25% off each year of an undergraduate degree.

Please note that the deadline for all WIT awarded scholarships is the 31st of May, 2016.  

Eligibility
 

  • Evidence of English Language proficiency, for example the completion of an IELTS exam, or equivalent with an over all band score of 6.5. You must also meet the Institute's Minimum IELTS Band Requirments for your particular programme. Click here for more details

  • This scholarship only applies to new incoming students (first time entrants to WIT- it does not apply to WIT International Graduates)

  • Successful completion of High School/University Degree with a minimum average of 68%

  • For entry to masters programmes, applicants must have no backlogs during the 3/4 years of their degree

  • Demonstration of relevant work experience and willingness to work in a field relevant to your degree, following graduation (relevant for entry to masters courses, in particular when there is a gap between the time applicants finished their degree and when they are applying to study at WIT)

For further information on the WIT Indian 'Wicket Scholarship' or to ascertain if you are eligible, please email Mr. John Joe O'Farrell ([email protected]) or Ms. Laura Dunphy ([email protected]).

Scholarships are also available from national agencies where WIT has been approved as a study destination under a number of different international scholarship programmes. Some examples include:
 

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - King Abdullah Scholarship Programme

Students are approved to study undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across a wide range of disciplines, subject to approval from the Ministry of Higher Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
For further details see http://www.mohe.gov.sa

Mexico - Scholarship Agencies