Whether you are from Ireland, the EU or further afield, here at DCU you’ll be living and working with people from all over the world. Over 1,000 of our taught and research postgraduate students are international from 95 different countries. We also have a large number of academics from international backgrounds, so your learning and teaching experience will place you in a truly international and stimulating environment. Find out more here. DCU International Merit Scholarships DCU offers a number of Merit Scholarships to International Students from NON-EU countries. The Scholarship Programme is funded by DCU International Office and aims to attract high achieving global applicants normally liable for Full NON-EU fees. Full Degree Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Programme / High achieving applicants will automatically be considered for scholarships worth up to €2000 on application. DCU Non-EU Study Abroad / Exchange Returning Masters Scholarships Any returning Study Abroad or Exchange student applying to DCU One Year Taught Masters Programmes as a NON-EU student are automatically eligible for a €2,000 tuition fee scholarship off the NON-EU Fee-only (self-funding students only). DCU Continuing Student – Masters Programme Students studying at DCU at Full Undergraduate Bachelor Programmes wishing to progress onto One Year Taught Masters Programmes upon graduation may be eligible for EU fees for their One Year Masters Programmes. Contact email@example.com for further details or see DCU International Scholarships for more information.Learn more!
Studying abroad is all about new experiences, and stepping out of your comfort zone. The transition to online and blended learning may seem daunting at first, but it is a stepping stone to what may very well be the future of learning and working. Coming to DCU is an exciting opportunity to embrace this challenge and upskill!
Vish Gain, India MA in Journalism 2019/2020
In 2018, I was fortunate to receive a full scholarship to study for my Masters in Ireland. I chose to study at Dublin City University, as DCU has a great reputation for engineering professionals. After that, I came back to Vietnam and I was proud that I was recruited by large IT Corporation, which is belonging to the Vietnamese Government. I am able to apply what I have studied in my Masters to do Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing projects which helps serve the Vietnamese community. Therefore it can be said the Master at DCU play an important role in my current job position. I feel so grateful for this.
Duong Nguyen Khanh Nam, DCU alumni
At DCU I studied International Business with a minor track in International Affairs, and true to course my experiences at DCU opened up a world of the culture around me. Interactions with my teachers and case studies inspired a global mindset in me especially when it came to marketing and creativity. In DCU, I also wholeheartedly enjoyed the campus culture and extra-curricular student groups. I had some really amazing classes too. Time spent in the student halls, in the DCU Africa Soc meetings, planning student events and hosting our poetry/fashion nights, I learned a lot about myself as a Nigerian expatriate woman. Certain experiences and conversations in DCU equipped me for my job-seeking phase that followed in California, adding in a good look on LinkedIn and helping to make my profile more attractive to employers.
Isabella Agbaje. DCU alumni
DCU was an amazing experience for me as even though it is an Irish University, they were very welcoming towards the vast multicultural crowd that attended the university including myself. The university program was designed in a way that it made the students gain knowledge of the most intricate part of their respective profession not only in a local outlook but on a global outlook, which for a person like me coming from India was of a huge benefit. The university campus was well equipped with complete assistance from the professors that helped a lot as it was a different style of education for a person like me from India. The professors who taught us came from the same field and were the top professors from their respective industries. Things that I learnt by studying at DCU is to critically evaluate every aspect of HR and its impact on the business. It developed my personality and broadened my horizons as it was a completely different environment for me. It also made me emotionally more mature and stable as a human being.
Dipali Haithamwar, DCU alumni