Mature and non-standard applicants must also apply to the CAO by the following closing dates and tick the relevant box (mature student or disability/specific learning difficulty) on the CAO form.
CAO Application: 1st February 2023 5pm
Late application: 1st May 2023 5pm*
Change of Course: 4th February 12pm – 1st March 5pm**
Change of Mind: 1st July 2023 5pm
* Late application deadline only applies to courses that are not ‘Restricted Application’.
** You will need to use the Change of Course Choices facility if you:
– forgot to include a restricted course on your application
– made an error or omission in restricted application courses
– are a mature applicant who made an error or omission in your courses
An additional processing fee of €10 must be paid by Credit/Debit Card
CAO applicants who have ticked the ‘Disability/SLD’ box on the CAO application form will receive the ‘Supplementary Information Form’ from the CAO. This must be completed and returned to the CAO by the specified deadline. Such students may be invited to an informal interview to discuss their application and any additional provisions that may be necessary to ensure their full participation on our courses.
If applying for a course that requires a portfolio, mature and non-standard applicants must submit a portfolio for assessment as above. The February 1st application deadline applies to all such applications.
Uversity Scholarships for Adult Learners 2023
Applications open: 1 February 2023
Application deadline: 24 March 2023
UNLOCKING POTENTIAL, REALISING AMBITIONS
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Uversity’s Scholarships are for adult learners who wish to complete a Bachelor’s (Ordinary or Higher) Degree, for the first time, that will help transform their lives and the lives of those around them. Scholarships enable successful candidates to pursue a degree, in any discipline, in selected institutions on the island of Ireland. Preference is given to candidates enrolling on full-time programmes. Part time or blended programmes will also be considered.
The Scholarships comprise financial support and programming throughout the course of the degree. There are two levels of financial support available depending on whether or not the successful candidate has dependent children:
€5,000 no dependent children
€7,000 dependent children
Scholarships are awarded based on online written application, successful interview and on demonstrated financial need.
The scholarship is payable per annum for the duration of the Scholar’s chosen degree, up to a maximum of 4 years.
Payments are made directly to the scholar through monthly instalments over the course of their degree. All payments are subject to the Scholar’s compliance with Uversity’s scholarship agreement, continued registration and progression to the next academic year.
Uversity have been successful in securing Income Disregard status from the Department of Social Protection (DSP) and the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science (DFHERIS). Therefore, successful candidates in the Republic of Ireland in receipt of means-tested social welfare benefits and, or SUSI grants can receive a maximum scholarship of €7,000 without impacting these supports.
Successful candidates in Northern Ireland can also receive a maximum scholarship of €7,000 and should seek advice from Student Finance Northern Ireland and, or their local tax credit office to confirm any impact of such a Scholarship.
To be eligible applicants must:
- be 23 years and older by 1st January 2022
- be a citizen of an EEA member state or Switzerland AND resident in Ireland or Northern Ireland for 3 years or more by 1st January 2022
- be returning to higher education in 2022/23 after a break from education of 3 years or more or have recently completed a higher education progression / preparation course
- be admitted to a Bachelor’s degree or have a deferred offer for the 2023/24 academic year.
- be able to demonstrate:
- academic potential
- a clear motivation and ambition for returning to education
- a drive to succeed and a strong work ethic
- an ability to be transformed and transform others as a result of this scholarship and educational experience
- non-EEA citizens resident in Ireland / Northern Ireland must have permanent leave to remain at time of application.
- applicants who currently possess or are enrolled on a Bachelor’s degree programme ARE NOT ELIGIBLE.
- applicants DO NOT need to have an offer at the time of application but if selected for a scholarship they must receive an offer
- on a Bachelor’s degree programme in one of the participating institutions to receive their scholarship.
- For Republic of Ireland applicants, Uversity’s scholarships are considered reckonable income for the purpose of means-tested social welfare benefits and SUSI grants. Offers will be subject to Uversity receiving an income disregard so that these benefits / grants are not adversely affected.
Before you start an application you should:
- read Uversity’s Privacy Notice to make sure that you are happy with how we use your personal data
- know what degree programmes and institution(s) you are applying to. If you don’t or have questions please review Where to study?
- review the Are you eligible? section below
- read the Frequently Asked Questions or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any further questions, please contact; email@example.com / +353 1 2394621