25 Feb McAleese Scholarship at DCU
McAleese scholarship winners Louise McLarnon, Stefan Kennedy and Áine McParland explain their ordeals in DCU.
By this new scholarship scheme, named in honour of previous President of Eire, Mary McAleese and latest Chancellor of DCU, Dr Martin McAleese, scholarships will be built available to NI learners for the forthcoming tutorial 12 months. These scholarships will include an award of €1000, allowing for successful applicants to obtain one of forty extra destinations throughout additional than sixty DCU undergraduate levels programmes.
As the large the greater part of NI A-degree learners consider only a few A-levels, these learners come across them selves at a drawback underneath the latest scoring system in which only a college student with 4 A*s can score maximum details. This implies that learners with superb effects in a few A-levels will come across them selves with scores nicely beneath the prerequisite for a lot of programmes at some Irish universities. As a result, admissions of NI learners account for only 1% of the third degree college student populace in the South.
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