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Scholarship students wearing Griffith College jumpers on the Dublin campus

*The scholarship is ONLY open to any current Leaving Certificate students and those studying on FETAC courses in Ireland. All Northern Irish school students may also apply.

Applications for 2020 will open in January 2020. 


**Scholarships must be taken in the year in which they are offered. A scholarship cannot be deferred or carried over from one year to the next.**

"The Griffith scholarship programme has benefited me greatly; without it I would have struggled to afford the cost of College. It has helped open career paths and is something that employers are very impressed by. Being in the scholarship programme also allowed me to create relationships with scholarship winners from other courses. We were all there throughout our degrees to help and support each other.”

- Hannah Moran-Jackson, Academic Scholar, BA (Hons) in Fashion Design.

Every year Griffith College awards scholarships to students who show an interest in our courses and can demonstrate an ability or passion for that area, but may not ordinarily be able to afford our tuition fees. Below is some information that describes what the scholarship is, how you apply and who is eligible for it.

The scholarship covers the entire cost of the programme for your duration of study, including the registration fees.

It does NOT include accommodation, living or travel expenses which the student would need to organise themselves. It is important that the applicant takes this into consideration when applying for the scholarship.

Important Dates

  • Monday, 6 January 2020 – Scholarship form opens
  • Friday, 24 April 2020 – Scholarship application closes
  • Monday/Tuesday, 11/12 May 2020 – Scholarship interviews 
  • Monday, 18 May 2020 – Successful candidates will be notified.

Please note - all information sent to us will be treated in the strictest confidence.

If you require any further information please e-mail our Schools Liaison Officer at [email protected] or call Sinéad on 087 100 4564.