We are delighted to have offered a suite of scholarships last year to support candidates undertaking the transformational NUI Galway MBA. All of our MBA Scholarships currently on offer cover partial or full tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA programme.

For more information on the scholarship application process, please contact Mairead McKeon, MBA Programme Administrator at mba@nuigalway.ie. These scholarships are for new entrants only.

NUI Galway Foundation MBA Scholarship for Alumni X2

Galway University Foundation offered two MBA Scholarships for NUI Galway Alumni to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019. 

To be eligible for our scholarships applications were submitted by May 10th 2019. For more information on the scholarship application process, please contact Mairead McKeon, MBA Programme Administrator at mba@nuigalway.ie. Here is a sample MBA Scholarship Form.

MedTech MBA Scholarship 

NUI Galway offered one MBA Scholarship to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019 for a candidate currently working in the MedTech sector. 

Social Impact MBA Scholarship 

NUI Galway offered one MBA Scholarship to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019 for a candidate currently working in the voluntary or public sector, or in a social enterprise capacity. 

Information and Communications Technology MBA Scholarship 

NUI Galway offered one MBA Scholarship to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019 for a candidate currently working in the Information and communications technology (ICT) sector. 

J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics MBA Scholarship

NUI Galway offered one MBA Scholarship to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019. This scholarship is available to individuals who aspire to undertake the programme but require financial assistance.

30% Club MBA Scholarship For Female Leaders 

Meet Sandra Divilly - 30% Club Scholarship Recipient 2017 and NUI Galway EMBA participant

The J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway, in collaboration with the 30% Club, is delighted to offer a scholarship for its MBA programme. Globally, the 30% Club is establishing partnerships with a number of business schools to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education by offering scholarships aimed at women.

2019 30% Scholarship 

The 30% Club is delighted to announce we had two winners of this MBA Scholarship  for female applicants to cover up to 50% tuition fees for the NUI Galway MBA, commencing September 2019.  Sarah-Jayne MacLaverty and Rosemary Casey were the winners and they are delighted to have this opportunity to study with us here at NUI Galway MBA programme.

To be eligible for our scholarships you must have submitted your application by May 10th 2019. For more information on the scholarship application process, please contact Mairead McKeon, MBA Programme Administrator at mba@nuigalway.ie.  Here is a sample MBA Scholarship Form.

Professor Anne Scott, Vice President for Equality and Diversity at NUI Galway said: “We see this scholarship as important in encouraging and equipping talented, experienced women to set their sights on senior leadership roles, to inform and shape the direction of Irish businesses – for the benefit of business and society.”

2018 Recipients

Following the success of the inaugural 30% Club Scholarship in 2017 for the MBA programme (Masters in Business Administration) programme at NUI Galway, the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway were delighted to announce that the Scholarship was dually awarded to Siobhain Quaid of Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inverin and Emma Corcoran of Creganna Medical, Galway City. Click here to learn more.

2017 Recipient

 Galway businesswoman Sandra Divilly (hatshop.ie) fought off tough competition to win the inaugural 30% Club Scholarship for the NUI Galway MBA programme. Click here to learn more.

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