DCU announces University of Sanctuary scholarships for September 2024/25

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Dublin City University, Ireland’s first formally designated University of Sanctuary, has announced the continuation of the University of Sanctuary scholarship programme for 2024/25.

Five postgraduate taught part-time or full-time Master’s scholarships will be available for the next academic year for refugees and protection applicants who are not eligible for state support. This brings to 55 the total number of DCU Sanctuary Scholarships awarded to date.

Many of the graduates have successfully progressed to employment in their area of study, including a number of nursing students, and husband and wife Merhdad Lashgari and Elham Mohammadi who graduated from the MSc in Bioprocess Engineering and MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and Society on the same day this April.

Full details of the scholarship and the application form are available on the DCU University of Sanctuary website. Applications close at 5pm on Thursday, 25 July.

Applicants interested in applying for a scholarship are required to make a separate application for a programme offer using the DCU Student Application Portal.

DCU was first designated a University of Sanctuary in 2016 and received reaccreditation in 2022.

For further information, visit dcu.ie/sanctuary or contact sanctuary@dcu.ie.



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