Education in Ireland

Applicants interested in Education in Ireland’s programming who meet FEA’s eligibility requirements could receive a tuition waiver (valued between $5,000 and $7,500 USD) or a scholarship of $5,000.

Applicants who are awarded Education in Ireland Access Partner Scholarships will receive their scholarship disbursement directly from the Fund for Education Abroad. FEA sends disbursements directly to the student awarded, either by mailing a physical check or via direct deposit.
For applicants who receive an Inclusive Ireland Tuition Waiver for one of the institutions listed below, FEA and Education in Ireland will work with the Irish institution, the program provider and/or home institution to ensure that the tuition waiver is applied to the student’s bill.

We recognise your ambition to have the best possible education – one that will set you out on the road to a great career. And whether you’re looking for a general postgraduate degree or a more specialist qualification, we have a solution for you that will not only deliver exceptional educational results but will also set you apart from other candidates on the employment market or in academia. It will do so by dint of studying in a country that constantly reinvents itself, is globally connected, is socially and economically progressive, deeply welcoming and steeped in rich heritage and culture. But equally important, our national culture of being pioneering, creative and agile will help you learn the crucial life skills of resilience, self-reliance and self-confidence.

Education in Ireland offers tuition waiver scholarships for study at the following institutions:

Additional Opportunities with Education in Ireland

Education in Ireland also provides cash scholarships for students attending other programs in Ireland that are not eligible for the Access Partnership tuition waivers, including faculty-led, exchanges, and direct enroll programs. These scholarships are valued at up to $5,000 per semester and can be used for any study abroad program in Ireland.