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1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary Information Session

Monday, 8 April, 201908/04/2019 19:00 to 20:00 calendar icons 2019-04-08 19:00:00 2019-04-08 20:00:00 Europe/London 1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary Information Session REACH+ Event Reminder Ireland REACH+

IADT is delighted to invite applications for the 1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary 2019–2020

CLOSING DATE 31st May 2019

IADT will hold an information session for 1916 Bursary applicants on Monday, April 8th from 7.00 to 8.00pm. This session will take place in the Atrium building in IADT.

This bursary is funded by the Department of Education and Skills and it aims to provide support for economically disadvantaged students from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education, including:

  • Socio-Economic groups that have low participation in higher education 
  • First time mature students
  • Student with a disability, particularly students with a physical/mobility impairment or students with a sensory disability, students who are deaf/hard of hearing student who are blind or visually impaired.
  • Irish Travellers
  • Entering on the basis of a further education award
  • Lone parents with a DSP means tested Social Welfare payment
  • Ethnic Minorities

In 2019–2020, IADT is offering 8 bursaries of €5,000 per annum for the duration of a student’s undergraduate degree.

Applications are invited from students entering higher education in September 2019, for full or part-time degree programme of greater than 2 years’ duration.

IADT Applicants Please Apply Here

Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application via email. 

Appeals can be lodged up to five working days after applicants have been notified of the outcome of the application process. Appeals will be independently reviewed on the grounds that the information provided was considered, assessed and scored correctly. It will not be possible to submit additional information or further documentation at the appeal stage.   

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