The National College of Ireland Scholarships is currently awarded to interested and qualified international students. The college has an extensive scholarship and bursary portfolio for international students which strives to reward excellence and promote diversity among the student body.
Please ensure that you read both the detailed requirements for each scholarship and the overall Terms & Conditions for NCI scholarships.
National College of Ireland is a not-for-profit, state-aided third-level education institution in Dublin. It was formed in 1951 as a joint venture between Irish Jesuits and Irish Trade Unions and was originally named the Catholic Workers College, Dublin.
The college is now an independent college, offering full and part-time courses from undergraduate to postgraduate level, in areas related to, among others, psychology, finance, business, and computing.
The courses are delivered from the IFSC campus in Dublin and across a network of regional centers. National College of Ireland specialist areas includes psychology, human resource management, data analytics, management, cloud computing, fintech, accountancy, cybersecurity, education, and finance.
National College of Ireland is also known for its free public events which include the dot conf digital and web technology conference, the Legends in Your Lunchtime series, the Seven Deadly Skills, In the Psychologists’ Chair, and Marketing Mavericks.
In 1951, the college started as the Catholic Workers College, Dublin in Sandford Lodge, Ranelagh. Established by Fr. Edward Coyne S.J., in association with Trade Unionists such as Walter Beirne, others involved in the college in its initial years included Professor Thomas A. Finlay S.J. and Rev. Edmund Kent S.J. among others.
However, lectures were led by a handful of reliable Jesuits two nights a week, with 103 registered students in the first year. Within 10 years, scholar numbers had dramatically increased.
Connections with trade unions aggravated, as did formal collaborations with employer and management groups. By 1966, almost 1,300 students from trade union and business management backgrounds were learning together at the re-branded National College of Industrial Relations (NCIR).
In 1976, the college gained recognition by the states National Council for Educational Awards (NCEA), the predecessor of HETAC, for a number of its programs.
The institution again re-branded as the National College of Ireland (NCI) in 1998, with an extended National Campus Network, and an array of outreach programs across the country.
As the National College of Ireland continued to grow, the land and buildings at Sandford Road were transferred by the Jesuits to the College Board of Management.
Worths of the Scholarship:
National College of Ireland Scholarships worth 50% Tuition fee
Eligibility for National College of Ireland Scholarships
The following National College of Ireland Scholarships are available for Masters’s courses;
Women in Business Scholarship
This scholarship is available for desiring Female business leaders wishing to study a Master’s course in the NCI School of Business starting in September 2022 only. You may apply for one of these scholarships only once you have an offer to study in a Master’s program at the NCI School of Business. To apply, download the application form and mail the completed form to email@example.com on or before the deadline.
Master’s Edge Scholarship
In response to recent circumstances where, due to the economic impact of COVID-19 restrictions, the jobs market has been negatively impacted. The college offers a 50% National College of Ireland Scholarships for any qualified NCI undergraduate student or alumni who wishes to progress onto any full-time, day-time Master’s at NCI, beginning in September 2022. Apply by completing this application form
Future Leaders Scholarship
The scholarship is available for Master’s courses commencing in September only. You may apply for one of these scholarships only once you have a full offer to study a Master’s program at the college by downloading the attached form.
This is available for the MSc in Entrepreneurship courses beginning in September only. You may apply for this scholarship only once you have a full offer to study the MSc in Entrepreneurship at NCI by downloading the attached form.
How to Apply for National College of Ireland Scholarships
All students who receive an offer to study a Master’s course at the college are automatically evaluated for National College of Ireland Scholarships based on their previous academic performance. There is no prerequisite for you to submit a scholarship application form for these scholarships.
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The Application Deadline for the Scholarship is June 11, 2022.
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