The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School attracts applicants to the Cormac Costelloe Dell Financial Services Award.
The grant plan pays full tuition costs for talented applicants seeking to complete a Masters degree in Finance for the 2020-2021 educational year.
The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School was founded in 1908 and is a part of University College Dublin (UCD), located in Blackrock, Dublin.
Participants will learn skills and abilities from graduate programs by entering this school, which will prepare students to become company’s future managers.
Masters degree plan.
Field of Study:
The grant is given for the achievement of an MSc in the Finance field.
The grant pays 100 per cent of EU or non-EU university fees for the educational year 2020-2021 to obtain an MSc in Finance.
Aspirants from across the globe are eligible to apply.
The eligibility criteria is as follows;
- Applicants should hold a final result Hons 1.1 degree (or foreign comparable) or those who reaches the same final result in the summer when the session starts.
Applying procedure Instructions:
To applicants wishing to apply to scholarships, the following application guidance is intended:
- Applicants must first be admitted to the university’s MSC Degree in Finance.All candidates who carry a full or optional offer and who have approved the full-time MSc Finance proposal are listed eligible for the position.Afterwards, they must send a full application straight to UCD Smurfit School.
- All applicants must send their official documents, revised Resume and two witnesses, ideally one technical and one academic.
- Applicants will have to review the Master’s Admission standards at Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.
- If your learning has not been performed in the English language, proof of an acceptable level of English literacy is required. For more detail go into the Specifications page for English.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
May 1, 2020.