For the academic year 2022-2023, the Representative Office of Ireland in Palestine is now accepting applications for the Ireland-Palestine Scholarships program. Candidates can pick from a wide range of courses at Ireland’s 25 higher education institutions as part of the program. In Ireland, there are 25 full spots available for one-year master’s programs. Tuition, travel, lodging, and living expenses will all be covered by the financial assistance positions. The IPSP is part of Ireland’s Palestinian aid program, which aims to find a long-term and reasonable political settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Ireland’s long-standing commitment to the creation of a viable, independent Palestinian state as part of a two-state solution is reflected in this program.
What makes you want to apply for this program? The development of Palestine’s educational sector has long been a priority for Ireland in Palestine. The IPSP strives to significantly extend Ireland’s support for Palestinian educational possibilities.
Deadline: 15 October 2021
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Eligibility of Fully-Funded Ireland-Palestine Scholarships 2021
- Palestine is an eligible country.
- Courses or subjects that are eligible: The scholarship will be given in any of the university’s subjects.
- Criteria for Eligibility: Applicants must fulfill all of the following requirements in order to be considered:
- have a Palestinian or Jerusalem ID and be a Palestinian currently residing in the occupied Palestinian territories
- having met the academic requirements to be admitted into their preferred Master’s degree course in an Irish higher education institution be applying to start a new qualification rather than
- requesting financing for a course they have already started or will start before the Awards are announced
- Applicants who are female are highly encouraged to apply.
How To Apply for Fully-Funded Ireland-Palestine Scholarships 2021
- Fill out the form electronically (by typing) and then print it off.
- All supporting documents must be attached by the applicant.
- One current passport-sized photograph, an official copy of all higher education diplomas, letters from two academic referees on official letterhead with authentic signatures, a copy of your
- national ID card, and a curriculum vitae
- Students must have a bachelor’s degree from an approved school with a grade point average of at least 75 percent (2.67).
- Submit the report on your English language competence score.
The Irish Representative Office will pay tuition, airfare, lodging, and living expenses for students.