The National University of Ireland Galway is accepting applications for Southeast Asian Student Scholarships from outstanding students. For the academic year 2022/2023, a funding opportunity is available.
The educational program is designed for talented and motivated students who want to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate studies at NUI Galway to assist them in their studies and shape their future..
About the Scholarship:
The National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway) was founded in 1845 and is located near the city of Galway on Ireland’s western coast. NUI Galway currently has over 18,000 students enrolled, including over 3,000 international students, and is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide. Computer science, English language and literature, history, pharmacy, pharmacology, and law are among the university’s most well-known programs, all of which are listed in the QS World Rankings by Subject. The university is a member of the Coimbra group of long-established European universities, and it has a number of international partnerships. NUI is Ireland’s leading university for research and academic excellence. NUI’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics is Ireland’s leading data analytics research center, and its Health Promotion Research Centre has been recognized by the World Health Organization and CURAM. The Centre for Medical Device Research is Ireland’s leading research institute of its kind. NUI Galway offers more than 50 undergraduate and 400 postgraduate courses. Just before the start of the semester, the International Affairs Office hosts a two-day international orientation program. Session topics include student societies, banking, safety, and academic advice. In addition to the general support provided by Student Support Services, the office offers English language support sessions and visa assistance during the academic year. NUI Galway has over 82 different societies for students to join, allowing them to make the most of their university experience and meet new people. NUI Galway prioritizes sports, health, and well-being, and the Kingfisher Sports Centre boasts world-class facilities and sporting equipment.
The Blackstone Launchpad is an entrepreneurship program at the University that promotes innovation and development. Corrib Village is NUI Galway’s main on-campus residence, with seven other sites off-campus but within walking distance. The NUI Galway Accommodation Office can assist you in finding a place to live. Lodging is also available in and around the city from locals. Self-catering apartment residences with a shared kitchen and living space are a less expensive option. It is best to book residences as soon as you receive your admission offer because the most popular ones fill up quickly. The cost of living in Galway is lower than in Dublin, with private residences costing around €1240 per month. The cost includes utility bills such as electricity and internet, as well as travel and medical expenses. On-campus Student Residences in Corrib and Goldcrest village cost between €3400 and €6400 per month, depending on the type of room and utilities included. Galway is Ireland’s third largest city, located on the country’s western coast. Galway is often referred to as Ireland’s cultural capital, and its narrow cobblestone streets and laneways bear witness to the city’s rich medieval past. Leading publications such as the New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler magazine have voted Galway as Ireland’s most charming and friendliest city. Galway, as the European Capital of Culture for 2020, has been transforming and innovating at a rapid pace. Galway’s diverse cultural heritage and international focus make studying at NUI Galway a rewarding experience for its international students, who account for approximately 20% of the city’s population during term time. The city is walkable and has good transportation links to the rest of Ireland as well as airports. By plane, London is only 90 minutes away. The most popular international airports used by international students to get to Galway are Dublin and Shannon (which is 200km from Dublin Airport and 85km from Shannon Airport). National Bus Service operators provide direct bus services to Galway, with journey times ranging from 90 minutes (from Shannon) to 3 hours (from Dublin). A 20-minute walk from the NUI Galway campus will bring you to the Ceannt Train Station, which operates Irish Rail services connecting Galway to the rest of the country. The university was given special responsibility for using Irish as the college’s working language. The college of arts, social sciences, and celtic studies, the college of business, public policy, and law, the college of engineering and informatics, the college of medicine, nursing, and health sciences, and the college of science are among the university’s five colleges. At the National University of Ireland, Galway, you will be immersed in a vibrant, diverse, and welcoming student community, taking classes alongside both local and international students. NUI Galway is a research-intensive university that has collaborated with industry partners in fields such as public policy, biomedical science and engineering, digital humanities, and data analytics. The city of Galway is well-known for its celebration of arts and culture, and the university has formed partnerships with some of the region’s most important cultural organizations to enhance arts teaching and research.There are more than 110 active societies and more than 50 sports clubs at the university. The literary and debating society, which was founded in 1846, is the oldest society.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): National University of Ireland
Scholarship Country: Ireland
Scholarship Worth: €4,000
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
South East Asian students will receive awards of €1,000, €2,000, and €4,000 when they begin their studies at NUI Galway in September 2022.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
Undergraduate students from South East Asia who have accepted a place at NUI Galway starting in September 2022 will be considered for these awards. High-achieving students from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam are eligible for our South East Asian Scholarships.
The NUI Galway SouthEast Asian Student Scholarships in Ireland is open to all International Students
- Are you interested and qualified? To apply, go to nuigalway.elluciancrmrecruit.com and enter nuigalway.elluciancrmrecruit.com. Scholarship applicants are evaluated based on academic merit. Applicants will also be required to submit a Personal Scholarship Statement. (maximum of 500 words) on the following topics:
- Your interest in attending NUI Galway.
- Why do you think you’re a good fit for this scholarship?
- How will you promote links with NUI Galway, both as a scholar and as an alumnus?
- Undergraduate students can apply through their personal NUI Galway application portal by logging in here.
The application deadline for NUI Galway South East Asian Student Scholarships in Ireland is March 31, 2022. It should be worthy of note that the NUI Galway South East Asian Student Scholarships in Ireland is renewable for each year.