Are you an Undergraduate student with plans to take on a Master’s program in the United Kingdom, with the benefit of financial aid?
You are just a step away from achieving that goal, with the Scholarship opportunity, presented by the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, which is open to all interested applicants, who seek to apply for a Master’s Degree Program, for the Academic Session of September 2020.
This Award Grant is open for EU, Non-EU, Maynooth and non-Maynooth graduates. It provides funding for the first year of study for the Master’s program.
About The Awarding Institution
The National University of Ireland, Maynooth was founded in 1997, known as Ireland’s youngest University, until Technological University Dublin was established later in 2019.
It offers a lot of Undergraduate, Masters, and Research Level Programs, and provides an excellent educational environment.
With over 13,000 students enrolled, and over 900 staff from over 20 different countries, it is Ireland’s smallest, yet fastest growing University.
Why You Should Study At The National University Of Ireland, Maynooth
Maynooth’s unique environment, fosters an interdisciplinary approach to research, which its world-class academics bring to bear, in tackling some of the most fundamental challenges, facing the society today.
The University’s Research Institutes and centres, consolidate and delivers this impact, as vibrant communities of learning, discovery and creation.
The University gives a range of learning and support services for its students, to ensure that they will able to become experts in any field of study, and acquire special knowledge with access to world-class learning facilities.
Taught Master’s Degree Award
Awarding Institution: The National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Course Level of Study: Master degree program
Access Mode: Online (Application process is carried out online)
Required Nationality: EU, Non-EU, Maynooth and non-Maynooth graduates
Deadline for the Application: June 15, 2020
What Determines Eligibility?
Candidates from EU, Non-EU, Maynooth and non-Maynooth graduates are eligible to apply for this award program.
Eligible Course of Study: Interested Applicants can apply for any Masters’ Degree study program that is offered at Maynooth University.
Applicants are required to have a minimum of 2.1 honors (Second Class Upper), Undergraduate Degree, in order to be considered for the Taught Master’s Degree Award (Scholarship).
Candidates who have been in receipt of a student grant for the final year of their Undergraduate studies, should submit evidence, outlining their grant award, as this will be taken into consideration where two candidates are equally ranked on final year Undergraduate grades.
How To Apply For The Taught Master’s Degree Award
In order to be eligible for this opportunity, all interested candidates are required to apply for their chosen Master’s Degree program at the University, before submitting their completed application.
After an acceptance of admission by the University has been given, the applicants are then eligible to submit their application via the online system.
Required Documents: candidates will need to upload their Undergraduate Degree transcripts, for their level 8 Undergraduate Honors Degree. These documents must be uploaded to this link; http://www.pac.ie/ course application system in order to receive confirmation of the Award.
For an admission into a Master’s Degree Program at the University, applicants have to compete for University places, solely on the basis of the results of their school leaving exams, a minimum requirement for a final overall Undergraduate honors BA/BSc result of 2.1 (Second Class Upper) or its equivalent is required.
All Non-EU participants will be required to meet an IELTS or any equivalent English language competency test score of 6.5 or above.
Benefits Of The Taught Master’s Degree Award Program
The total value of the award grant for each student is €2,000, which is only available in the first year of the study program.