During the academic year 2022-2023, the National University of Ireland Galway has chosen to give the South East Asian Student Scholarship to deserving students from a number of South East Asian nations who study in Ireland and achieve academic excellence. In order to be considered for this scholarship, postgraduate students from South East Asia who have accepted an offer to study at NUI Galway beginning in September 2022 are required to submit an application. If successful, they will receive a €2,000 award towards the cost of their applied study programme at the College of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences.
About the Scholarship:
On Ireland’s western coast, close to the city of Galway, is the National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway), which was established in 1845 and has its headquarters there. At the moment, NUI Galway has over 18,000 students enrolled, including more than 3,000 international students, and is placed in the top 1% of universities worldwide. Most notably, the university’s computer science and English language and literature departments are mentioned in the QS World Rankings by Subject, as are the university’s history, pharmacy, and pharmacology programs, as well as its law and pharmacy programs. A number of international collaborations have been developed by the institution, which is a member of the Coimbra group of long-established European universities. The National Institution of Ireland (NUI) is Ireland’s foremost university for research and academic excellence. The National University of Ireland’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics is Ireland’s foremost data analytics research facility, and its Health Promotion Research Centre has been recognized by the World Health Organization and the European Union’s Cooperation in Research and Technology (CURAM). The Centre for Medical Device Research is the premier medical device research institute in Ireland, and it is a member of the European Union. There are more than 50 undergraduate degrees and 400 postgraduate courses available at NUI Galway. This event, which takes place just before the start of each semester, is hosted by the International Affairs Office and takes place over two days. Student societies, banking, safety, and academic counseling are some of the subjects covered in the sessions. During the academic year, in addition to the basic aid offered by Student Support Services, the office also provides English language support sessions and visa assistance to those who need it. More than 82 different societies are available for students to join at NUI Galway, allowing them to make the most of their university experience while also meeting new people. A major emphasis is placed on sports, health, and overall well-being at NUI Galway, and the Kingfisher Sports Centre is home to world-class facilities and sporting equipment.
The Blackstone Launchpad is an entrepreneurship program at the University of Michigan that encourages innovation and development of new businesses. Corrib Village is NUI Galway’s primary on-campus housing, with seven additional sites located off-campus but within walking distance of the university’s main campus. The NUI Galway Accommodation Office can assist you in locating a place to call home while studying at the university. Locals are also willing to provide lodging in and around the city. Alternatively, self-catering apartment dwellings with a communal kitchen and living area are a less expensive alternative. Booking housing as soon as you receive your admission offer is recommended because the most popular options tend to fill up rapidly in the most popular locations. The cost of living in Galway is cheaper than the cost of living in Dublin, with private dwellings costing approximately €1240 per month on average. Utility fees, such as electricity and internet, as well as travel and medical expenses, are all included in the cost of the project. In Corrib and Goldcrest Village, on-campus student residences range in price from €3400 to €6400 per month, depending on the style of room and the utilities included. Galway is the third-largest city in Ireland, and it is situated on the country’s western coast. As Ireland’s cultural capital, Galway is known for its small cobblestone alleyways and laneways that bore witness to the city’s illustrious medieval history. A number of prestigious publications, including the New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler magazine, have named Galway as Ireland’s most lovely and friendliest city. It is no surprise that Galway, as the European Capital of Culture for 2020, is undergoing tremendous transformation and innovation. Taking advantage of Galway’s rich cultural legacy and international outlook, international students at NUI Galway have a wonderful experience during their time here. During term time, international students account for about 20% of the city’s population. Walkable, the city has excellent transportation links to the rest of Ireland as well as to international airports. By plane, it takes only 90 minutes to reach London. Galway is served by two international airports that are particularly popular with international students. These are Dublin and Shannon International Airports (which is 200km from Dublin Airport and 85km from Shannon Airport). A direct bus service from Shannon to Galway is provided by National Bus Service operators, with journey times varying from 90 minutes (from Shannon) to 3 hours (from Dublin). From NUI Galway’s campus, it is a 20-minute walk to Ceannt Train Station, which serves the city and the rest of Ireland via Irish Rail services. The university has been tasked with the specific obligation of ensuring that Irish is used as the college’s working language. Colleges at the university include the college of arts, social sciences, and celtic studies, the college of business, public policy, and law, the college of engineering and informatics (which also houses the college of medicine, nursing, and health sciences), the college of science, and the college of business, public policy, and law. The National University of Ireland, Galway is a vibrant, diverse, and inviting student community where you will be able to interact with both local and foreign students while pursuing your academic objectives. In subjects such as public policy, biomedical science and engineering, digital humanities, and data analytics, NUI Galway is a research-intensive university that has cooperated with business partners. As the city of Galway is well-known for its love of the arts and culture, Galway University has created collaborations with some of the region’s most important cultural groups in order to improve arts education and research. At the institution, there are more than 110 active societies and more than 50 sports groups to choose from. The literary and debate society, which was created in 1846, is the oldest of the organizations on campus.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): National University of Ireland
Scholarship Country: Ireland
Scholarship Worth: €4,000
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
The University of Plymouth in England is offering the Overseas Phd Studentship for Psychology for the academic year 2022-2023 to allow international students continue their degrees without having to worry about financial limitations.
South East Asian students will be eligible for awards worth €1,000, €2,000, and €4,000, depending on when they begin their studies at NUI Galway in September 2022.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
These awards will be considered for postgraduate students from South East Asia who have accepted an offer to study at NUI Galway starting in September 2022 and who have accepted an offer to study at NUI Galway beginning in September 2022. Our South East Asian Scholarships are offered to students from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement.
The National University of Ireland 2022 College of Medicine and Health Sciences Scholarships for Southeast Asian Students in Ireland for Master is open to all International Students
Interested in learning more and being qualified? To apply, visit the National University of Ireland’s website at qfreeaccountssjc1.az1.qualtrics.com.
- Scholarship applicants are evaluated on the basis of their academic achievements. An additional requirement for applicants will be the submission of a Personal Scholarship Statement. the following points (maximum 500 words) should be covered
- We appreciate your interest in attending NUI Galway.
- Explain why you believe you are an excellent candidate for this scholarship in a few sentences.
- What plans do you have to strengthen your ties with NUI Galway, both during your scholarship period and as alumnus?
- Postgraduate students can apply for international scholarships by filling out the online application form available at this link.
The application deadline for National University of Ireland 2022 College of Medicine and Health Sciences Scholarships for Southeast Asian Students in Ireland for Master is May 1, 2022