IT Tallaght is now part of a unique agreement which was signed between Institutes of Technology Ireland (IOTI) and Colleges Ontario which would allow Canadian students to complete honours degree programs in Ireland. The agreement will allow graduates of two-year college programs in Ontario to secure an honours degree with two further years of study in Ireland. In some cases, graduates of three-year programs will be able to secure an honours degree with one further year of study.
- Tuition fees have been reduced by more than 15 per cent to €7500 per academic year ($10,000 CAD approx).
James M Flaherty Scholarships
Open for applications from researchers seeking funding support for Irish-Canadian collaboration exchanges. The scheme is open to all disciplines. ITT Dublin, in conjunction with the TU4Dublin partners has been developing links with some Canadian colleges (in fact, the President is on a visit there at present) which might be exploited to grow links through this scholarship process. The funding, if successful can support educational exchange and partnership between Canada and Ireland in the form of research visits. Canadian scholars must travel on or before 14 March and Irish scholars on or before 1 June 2016. Closing date 17 Nov 15. Use the link below to access further info.
James M Flaherty scholarships
Ireland-Canada University Foundation, IE
These support educational exchange and partnership between Canada and Ireland in the form of research visits. Scholarships are worth up to CA$9,600 for Canadian scholars and up to €6,800 for Irish scholars.
Award amount max: Not specified
Closing date: 17 Nov 2015
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“Before we made the decision to study in Dublin, we were both very nervous about idea. Now, looking back, we are both very proud that we stepped out of our comfort zones. Travelling to Dublin was an experience of a lifetime. When we were in Ireland, we learned to go-with-the-flow more, and to embrace every opportunity to travel and experience the new places that were presented to us.
ITT Dublin’s Inter-Cultural Society, and the college staff helped to facilitate this for us in every way they could, which helped to turn any discomforts into exciting experiences. This worldly perspective has truly made our post-European life more fulfilling. Our advice to other students considering traveling abroad is: if you hesitate, you might just miss out on the amazing sights, experiences, and friendships that Dublin has to offer. Bringing our wonderful memories back home is truly the best souvenir.”
~Brandon Cormier and Kristine deJong
“I truly enjoyed my time in Dublin, and the degree I achieved at ITT Dublin gave me the qualifications I required to be accepted into the Master’s Degree Program I am currently enrolled in here in Canada. I would defiantly recommend this route to any other Canadian College Students. “
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