Indian Students Who Want to Study in Ireland Can Grab This €5,000 Grant

Are you an Indian student who always wanted to study abroad?

Indian students are in great demand right now, with lots of foreign universities struggling to lure them into their college programs

Are you an Indian student looking for opportunities? If you too are thinking of applying to one of the offline or online universities out there, but you don’t know where to start, let us tell you, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve build this website especially for people like you who are seeking to enroll with one of the accredited schools online or offline offering their services out there. We get it, finding the best school to apply to can be daunting at first. Especially if you factor in the financial aspect.

Speaking of which, before choosing a particular university to apply, you should also invest some time into doing research about possible scholarships. You probably didn’t know this but Indian students can have access to scholarships dedicated just to them.

Wherever you go around the world, Indian students are in demand and you need to profit from this trend. With high-profile countries such as Canada and Australia providing bursary programs for Indian students, there are many institutions around the world that offer scholarships exclusively to Indian students.

In what follows we’re share some of the most appealing with you. We’ll start with the TATA scholarship offered by the Cornell University at New York State, USA.

The Indian multinational conglomerate, TATA awards scholarships to 20 Indian students through its TATA Education & Development Trust. In order to apply for this scholarship, students need to be a citizen of India and to have proof they have attended secondary school in the country.

On top of that, applicants need to show they have offered admission to Cornell as an undergraduate student. It doesn’t matter which field of study they have chosen to take up (with the exception of architecture which requires ten semesters of full-time enrollment). Last but not least, students have to be eligible for need-based financial aid.

https://admissions.cornell.edu/apply/international-students/tata-scholarship

Ever wanted to study in Australia? Check out the UOW Brandman Foundation Scholarship awarded in partnership with the University of Wollongong. Each year the Foundation offers a bursary to an Indian student which is granted for the entire duration of the student’s undergrad or postgrad program.

In order to be eligible perspective students of offline or online universities are required to hold an Indian citizenship, as well as provide proof of enrollment at UOW.

While the Foundation asks for students to meet the minimum academic criteria, it does also have a more peculiar requirement – applicants need to have a club or higher level of participation in the sport of cricket.

So the scholarship is actually aimed at Indian cricket players. If you think you have what it takes, you can go ahead and submit your application for a chance to win a scholarship that will offer 50% tuition fee reduction.

http://www.uow.edu.au/future/international/apply/scholarships/UOW135799.html

Or do you prefer Ireland? The Trinity College Dublin will award several scholarships valued at €5,000 each to students from India, Sri Lanka or Nepal.

In order to be eligible to receive the money, applicants must demonstrate being a resident of India (or Sri Lanka or Nepal) and to have completed their high school education in their country of residence. The grant will be awarded based on academic achievement, as well as the 200-word statement which revolves around the “How I will contribute to our Trinity College Dublin community”.

Perspective Indian students of accredited schools online or offline have plenty to scholarship options to choose from and we encourage you to start your research now.

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