Generation Study Abroad Scholarship

  • Bachelor, , Master, , Phd
  • 15 October 2022

Trinity College Dublin provides two scholarships per term to undergraduate study abroad students. The Scholarship is awarded to students with financial need who demonstrate academic excellence and convey how study abroad at Trinity will aid them in achieving their academic and personal goals.


• Applicants to the Generation Study Abroad Scholarship are required to provide evidence of financial need in order for their application to be reviewed. A member of staff from their university, or from the awarding body of the relevant scholarship/grant, outlining the student’s level of aid received should be directed to • To qualify for the scholarship, students must apply to Trinity as an undergraduate study abroad student, i.e. coming to Trinity for a single semester or year for transfer credit from their home university in a non-EU country. • Applicants must apply for admission to study abroad at Trinity via the link here . Please note that Scholarship students must meet the minimum entry requirements, noting especially the minimum GPA of 3.3. • Submit a complete scholarship application, per guidelines below, by the relevant deadline. • Please note that students coming to Trinity via exchange are not eligible, as they must be fee-paying to qualify for study abroad scholarships. If you have questions about your fee status, contact your home university’s study abroad office to clarify. • Students will be selected based on their demonstrated financial need, as well as their academic performance to date at their home university. Performance in their major and minor subjects will be particularly relevant to their application, as will be the student’s personal statement. Applications which include personal statements of longer than 750 words, as well as incomplete applications, will not be considered.

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