Where to Study?
Uversity’s Scholarships are for successful candidates to pursue a degree in any discipline in the following institutions on the island of Ireland. Preference is given to candidates enrolling on a full-time programmes. Other programmes offered by these institutions will be considered on a case by case basis.
Further Information & Support
The following organisations have information on courses, admission procedures and additional funding and supports that are available.
Republic of Ireland
Central Applications Office (CAO)
CAO processes applications for undergraduate courses in Irish Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). Admission decisions are made by the HEIs who instruct the CAO to make offers to successful candidates.
Government of Ireland
Government of Ireland’s Department of Education & Skills & Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection have a range of policies and funding measures to support mature students. Uversity scholarships to a maximum value of €7,000 are not considered reckonable income for Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) maintenance grants and means-tested social welfare benefits.
Higher Education Authority (HEA)
Mature Students Ireland (MSI)
Mature Students Ireland is a network of Mature Student Officers and others with responsibility for mature students from all state funded Universities, Institutes of Technology and colleges of education within the higher education sector in Ireland.
Qualifax is Ireland’s National Learners’ Database and is the "one stop shop" for learners and the public. Comprehensive, annually updated information is provided about further and higher education and training options in Ireland and further afield.