International students Scholarship in Waterford Institute of technology
Waterford Institute of technology which is located in the Waterford, Ireland. The former of the institute is Waterford Regional Technical College. The main motto of the institute is Perfect to Serve. It is a public institute. Waterford institute of technology is established in 1970. The chairman of the institute is Richard Langford. The president of institute Professor William Donnelly. The institute has 715 Academic staff. The administrative staff of the institute is 395. The students are up to approx. 8,061 undergraduate students are approximately 7,208 and postgraduate students are 766 and the other students are 1,519. Waterford Institute of technology is also called WIT. The main website is www.wit.ie. WIT has been placed on seventh ranking best higher education in Ireland. The institute has almost 30 sports clubs 25 societies registered each year. It is also affiliated by the Union of Students in Ireland.
Scholarships for Undergraduate Programmes
There is a 20% reduction in tuition fees for undergraduate programmes to get Scholarship. The student should maintain the minimum of the grade 60% to achieve or get a scholarship every year.
These scholarships are open to all self-funding non-EU students for full-time programmes only who are applying for first year or advanced entry admission. Exchange and Study Abroad applicants are not eligible.
- Applicants are expected to demonstrate an exceptional level of achievement in their academic performance.
- A minimum IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent is required (with a minimum of 6.0 in each band).
- Scholarships for Higher Diploma Programmes
- Scholarships for our higher diploma programmes provide for a reduction of 20% in tuition fees.
Applicants are expected to demonstrate an exceptional level of achievement in their academic performance. The candidate should be required a minimum IELTS score of at least 6.0 or equivalent is required. (with a minimum of 6.0 in each band).
Scholarships for Postgraduate Programmes
Scholarships for our postgraduate programmes provide for a reduction of €2,000 only for all full-time taught postgraduate programmes. The students who are doing research on postgraduate or PhD programmes cannot apply for the Scholarship because the Scholarship is not for the research students.
These scholarships are open to all self-funding non-EU students for full-time taught programmes only who are applying to WIT for the first time. WIT graduates are not eligible to apply.
Candidate should fill all the information that was required or mentioned in the undergraduate degree programme including the completion of the course (equivalent to a level 8 on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications), and have achieved a minimum average result of 65% in their Bachelor degree and the relevant English language requirement.
Frequently Asked Questions
The information in this section applies to applicants for undergraduate, postgraduate, or English-language programs who are non-EU citizens, neither refugees nor Irish school dropout certificate holders. This also applies to non-EU citizens who have completed an English language course or foundation course in the EU in Ireland or elsewhere.
After visiting the official website, the application form has to be submitted online. http://www.wit.ie/International/AdmissionProcedure/
Students will also have to send their soft copy via email International Office email account at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must attach a photocopy of your school and/or university results and a copy of your English language certificate.
If these results are in a language other than English, then you should provide a certified translation in English.
Apart from this, students also have to attach their passport photocopy. You have to submit all the documents with the application.
An incomplete application is not carried forward for processing.
Office for International Relations
Waterford Institute of Technology
Tel: + 353 51 302742 / 6124