India

Entry Requirements

 

Please check individual programme pages to see whether the entry requirments are a 2:2 or 2:1.

Programme

Qualification

Minimum Grade Required/Degree 2:2 Equivalent

Very Good/2:1 Equivalent

Excellent/1st Equivalent

Foundation Programme Standard XII 58% GPA  N/A  N/A
Undergraduate Programmes Standard XII/Class XII from CBSE, CISC  65% GPA 75% GPA 85% GPA
Postgraduate Programmes  Bachelor Degree 55% GPA (52% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 65% GPA (60% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 70% GPA (65% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities)
Masters Degree 55% GPA 65% GPA (60% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 70% GPA (65% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities)

Scholarships

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National University of Ireland, Galway is one of Ireland’s oldest universities, and enjoys a 160-year history of comprehensive and globally connected education. We are the country's premier university in the fields of Biomedical Science/Innovation, Software Engineering and Informatics, Human Rights, Arts and Theatre, and Applied Social Sciences. We are delighted to announce the launch of our India specific Scholarship Schemes for 2015/2016.

Last year, NUI Galway awarded students from India a diverse range of scholarships. Given the high calibre of applications received we are now extending our scholarship offerings. We look forward to welcoming students from all over India to our friendly and historic Galway campus.

 

 

1. Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship (Value: €13,750) in the area of Science, Bioinnovation, and ICT

Peter Freyer graduated from Galway with a degree in Medicine in 1874. He went on to become civil surgeon with the Indian Medical Service, first at Azamgargh in Uttar Pradesh, and later at Moradabad near Delhi. He served with the Indian Medical Service for 20 years and published much of his research in the Indian Medical Journal. He was a famous pioneer in biomedical innovation, and is credited for developing the operation now known as prostatectomy.  

Two Freyer Scholarships, comprising a full fee waiver (value: €13,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at academic programmes in science, bioinnovation, and ICT. Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway commencing September 2015.

 

2. Max Arthur Macauliffe Special Merit Scholarship (Valued: €13,750 - €13,250) aimed at programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum 

Max Arthur Macauliffe graduated from Galway with a degree in languages, classics, and history in 1863. He entered the Indian Civil Service in 1862, and went on to hold several senior positions before retiring in 1893. He was a prolific scholar and became immersed in Indian culture, and before long converted to Sikhism. He is renowned for translating Sikh scripture and history into English, for publishing an extensive history of the Sikh religion, and for promoting international awareness of and interest in Punjabi culture in the late 19th century.

Three Macauliffe Scholarships, comprising a full fee waiver (value: €13,750 - €13,250), are available. These scholarships are aimed at academic programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum. Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway commencing September 2015.

 

3. Postgraduate Merit Scholarship (Value: €2,750)  

Twenty Postgraduate Merit Scholarships, comprising a partial fee waiver (value: €2,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at postgraduate programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum, commencing September 2015.

 

4. Undergraduate Merit Scholarship (Value: €2,750)

Thirty Undergraduate Merit Scholarships, comprising a partial fee waiver (value: €2,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at undergraduate programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum commencing September 2014.

Applications for Postgraduate and Undergraduate Merit Scholarships are welcome from Indian students seeking to enter one of the relevant programmes at NUI Galway, commencing September 2014.

 

5. Government of Ireland Scholarships (Value: €23,750)  

This scholarship is co-funded by the Irish Government and comprises afull tuition waiver plus a stipend of €10,000 to cover living expenses for one year.  NUI Galway have participated in the scheme in previous years and hope to do so again for the September 2015 intake.  Further information will follow.

 

      Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship

  • Eligibility and How To Apply

    Applications for the above scholarships are welcomed from Indian students* who have been offered a place on one of the following taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway, commencing September 2015:

  • MSc Biotechnology

  • MSc Biomedical Science

  • MSc Neuropharmacology

  • MSc Regenerative Medicine

  • MSc Software Design & Development

  • Biomedical Engineering (MSc)

  • Computer Science – Data Analytics (Master of)

     

    Scholarship applicants are assessed based on academic merit. See the Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure Below:

     

    Max Arthur Macauliffe Scholarship

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Applications for the above scholarship are welcomed from Indian students who have been offered a place on one our taught Master’s programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway Curriculum, commencing September 2015.  See the Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure below:

     

    Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure - Competition Opens from 15 March 2015 and you must be in receipt of an offer from NUI Galway to apply:

    Scholarship applicants are assessed based on academic merit. In addition, applicants will submit a personal statement (MS Word, 2,000 words maximum) covering the following points:

  • The applicant’s interest in studying in Ireland

  • How the applicant foresees their relationship with Ireland developing in the future

  • How the applicant will promote links with Ireland, both during their scholarship tenure and as alumni.

     

Stage

Action

Closing Date

1

Application for Admission to NUI Galway

Applicant applies for admission to one or more eligible programmes (listed above) via www.pac.ie.  You must be accepted onto a Taught Masters Programme in order to apply for a Scholarship.

30 April 2015

2

Scholarship Application

Applicant submits a Personal Statement to the International Affairs Office, NUI Galway. You must ensure to include the title of the scholarship scheme your are applying for in the subject of your e-mail and also your PAC application number (for example - Government of Ireland Scholarship, PAC application no. 15000000).  You should submit your scholarship application to international@nuigalway.ie and please also c.c. your e-mail to johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie

You should receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your Scholarship application - if you have not had a response within 5 working days please let us know.

30 April 2015

 

3

Scholarship Award Notification

Successful scholarship applicants are notified by NUI Galway by 29 May 2015.

29 May 2015

 

 

  • Postgraduate Merit Scholarships

     

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Competition opens from 15th March 2015 and you must be in reciept of an offer from NUI Galway to apply - applicant applies via www.pac.ie

    Once you have received your offer you should then indicate you interest in applying for the Postgraduate Merit Scholarship by e-mailing johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie.

    Scholarships applicants are assessed based on academic merit.

     

    Undergraduate Merit Scholarships

     

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Competition opens from 15th March 2015 and you must be in receipt of an offer from NUI Galway to apply .

    Undergraduate Applications are submitted to the International Office and the letter of acceptance is issued by the International Office.

    Once you have received your offer you should then indicate you interest in applying for the Undergraduate Merit Scholarship by e-mailing johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie

    Scholarships applicants are assessed based on academic merit.

    Terms and Conditions

    If you are successful in securing your scholarship; you have 30 days from the date you receive confirmation of the scholarship offer; within which to accept the scholarship; once the period of time has elapsed the scholarship will be re-allocated.

  • Applicants must be categorised as non-EU for tuition fee purposes.
  • Applicants should be Indian Citizens and residing in India at the time of application.
  • Applicants must hold an offer from NUI Galway.
  • Successful candidates will be selected on merit.
  • These scholarships are not eligible to be combined with any other tuition scholarship.

 

 

Entry Requirements

 

Please check individual programme pages to see whether the entry requirments are a 2:2 or 2:1.

Programme

Qualification

Minimum Grade Required/Degree 2:2 Equivalent

Very Good/2:1 Equivalent

Excellent/1st Equivalent

Foundation Programme Standard XII 58% GPA  N/A  N/A
Undergraduate Programmes Standard XII/Class XII from CBSE, CISC  65% GPA 75% GPA 85% GPA
Postgraduate Programmes  Bachelor Degree 55% GPA (52% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 65% GPA (60% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 70% GPA (65% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities)
Masters Degree 55% GPA 65% GPA (60% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities) 70% GPA (65% from Delhi/Mumbai/Pune Universities)

Scholarships

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National University of Ireland, Galway is one of Ireland’s oldest universities, and enjoys a 160-year history of comprehensive and globally connected education. We are the country's premier university in the fields of Biomedical Science/Innovation, Software Engineering and Informatics, Human Rights, Arts and Theatre, and Applied Social Sciences. We are delighted to announce the launch of our India specific Scholarship Schemes for 2015/2016.

Last year, NUI Galway awarded students from India a diverse range of scholarships. Given the high calibre of applications received we are now extending our scholarship offerings. We look forward to welcoming students from all over India to our friendly and historic Galway campus.

 

 

1. Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship (Value: €13,750) in the area of Science, Bioinnovation, and ICT

Peter Freyer graduated from Galway with a degree in Medicine in 1874. He went on to become civil surgeon with the Indian Medical Service, first at Azamgargh in Uttar Pradesh, and later at Moradabad near Delhi. He served with the Indian Medical Service for 20 years and published much of his research in the Indian Medical Journal. He was a famous pioneer in biomedical innovation, and is credited for developing the operation now known as prostatectomy.  

Two Freyer Scholarships, comprising a full fee waiver (value: €13,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at academic programmes in science, bioinnovation, and ICT. Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway commencing September 2015.

 

2. Max Arthur Macauliffe Special Merit Scholarship (Valued: €13,750 - €13,250) aimed at programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum 

Max Arthur Macauliffe graduated from Galway with a degree in languages, classics, and history in 1863. He entered the Indian Civil Service in 1862, and went on to hold several senior positions before retiring in 1893. He was a prolific scholar and became immersed in Indian culture, and before long converted to Sikhism. He is renowned for translating Sikh scripture and history into English, for publishing an extensive history of the Sikh religion, and for promoting international awareness of and interest in Punjabi culture in the late 19th century.

Three Macauliffe Scholarships, comprising a full fee waiver (value: €13,750 - €13,250), are available. These scholarships are aimed at academic programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum. Applications for the scholarship are welcomed from Indian students seeking to enter one of the selected taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway commencing September 2015.

 

3. Postgraduate Merit Scholarship (Value: €2,750)  

Twenty Postgraduate Merit Scholarships, comprising a partial fee waiver (value: €2,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at postgraduate programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum, commencing September 2015.

 

4. Undergraduate Merit Scholarship (Value: €2,750)

Thirty Undergraduate Merit Scholarships, comprising a partial fee waiver (value: €2,750), are available. These scholarships are aimed at undergraduate programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway curriculum commencing September 2014.

Applications for Postgraduate and Undergraduate Merit Scholarships are welcome from Indian students seeking to enter one of the relevant programmes at NUI Galway, commencing September 2014.

 

5. Government of Ireland Scholarships (Value: €23,750)  

This scholarship is co-funded by the Irish Government and comprises afull tuition waiver plus a stipend of €10,000 to cover living expenses for one year.  NUI Galway have participated in the scheme in previous years and hope to do so again for the September 2015 intake.  Further information will follow.

 

      Sir Peter Freyer Special Merit Scholarship

  • Eligibility and How To Apply

    Applications for the above scholarships are welcomed from Indian students* who have been offered a place on one of the following taught Master’s programmes at NUI Galway, commencing September 2015:

  • MSc Biotechnology

  • MSc Biomedical Science

  • MSc Neuropharmacology

  • MSc Regenerative Medicine

  • MSc Software Design & Development

  • Biomedical Engineering (MSc)

  • Computer Science – Data Analytics (Master of)

     

    Scholarship applicants are assessed based on academic merit. See the Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure Below:

     

    Max Arthur Macauliffe Scholarship

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Applications for the above scholarship are welcomed from Indian students who have been offered a place on one our taught Master’s programmes in all areas of the NUI Galway Curriculum, commencing September 2015.  See the Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure below:

     

    Special Merit Scholarship Application Procedure - Competition Opens from 15 March 2015 and you must be in receipt of an offer from NUI Galway to apply:

    Scholarship applicants are assessed based on academic merit. In addition, applicants will submit a personal statement (MS Word, 2,000 words maximum) covering the following points:

  • The applicant’s interest in studying in Ireland

  • How the applicant foresees their relationship with Ireland developing in the future

  • How the applicant will promote links with Ireland, both during their scholarship tenure and as alumni.

     

Stage

Action

Closing Date

1

Application for Admission to NUI Galway

Applicant applies for admission to one or more eligible programmes (listed above) via www.pac.ie.  You must be accepted onto a Taught Masters Programme in order to apply for a Scholarship.

30 April 2015

2

Scholarship Application

Applicant submits a Personal Statement to the International Affairs Office, NUI Galway. You must ensure to include the title of the scholarship scheme your are applying for in the subject of your e-mail and also your PAC application number (for example - Government of Ireland Scholarship, PAC application no. 15000000).  You should submit your scholarship application to international@nuigalway.ie and please also c.c. your e-mail to johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie

You should receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your Scholarship application - if you have not had a response within 5 working days please let us know.

30 April 2015

 

3

Scholarship Award Notification

Successful scholarship applicants are notified by NUI Galway by 29 May 2015.

29 May 2015

 

 

  • Postgraduate Merit Scholarships

     

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Competition opens from 15th March 2015 and you must be in reciept of an offer from NUI Galway to apply - applicant applies via www.pac.ie

    Once you have received your offer you should then indicate you interest in applying for the Postgraduate Merit Scholarship by e-mailing johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie.

    Scholarships applicants are assessed based on academic merit.

     

    Undergraduate Merit Scholarships

     

    Eligibility and How to Apply

    Competition opens from 15th March 2015 and you must be in receipt of an offer from NUI Galway to apply .

    Undergraduate Applications are submitted to the International Office and the letter of acceptance is issued by the International Office.

    Once you have received your offer you should then indicate you interest in applying for the Undergraduate Merit Scholarship by e-mailing johanna.walsh@nuigalway.ie

    Scholarships applicants are assessed based on academic merit.

    Terms and Conditions

    If you are successful in securing your scholarship; you have 30 days from the date you receive confirmation of the scholarship offer; within which to accept the scholarship; once the period of time has elapsed the scholarship will be re-allocated.

  • Applicants must be categorised as non-EU for tuition fee purposes.
  • Applicants should be Indian Citizens and residing in India at the time of application.
  • Applicants must hold an offer from NUI Galway.
  • Successful candidates will be selected on merit.
  • These scholarships are not eligible to be combined with any other tuition scholarship.