At IT Sligo, we want our students to reach their full potential, academically and personally. To help with this we offer a number of scholarship opportunities to our students every year.
Sport Scholarship Programme
The IT Sligo Sport Scholarship Programme gives talented athletes the supports needed to excel in their chosen sport. Each year up to 60 Sports Scholarships are awarded. Alongside financial support, our Sport Scholars have access to top class sporting facilities, sports science supports and academic supports. This ensures our Student Athletes can achieve their Sporting goals whilst maintaining academic excellence
Sport Scholarship Levels
Gold €1750 Per Year
Silver €1100 Per Year
Bronze €550 Per Year
Each Scholarship Level may also include:
- Elite Level Coaching
- Free Gym Membership
- Full use of Sporting Facilities
- IT Sligo Sports Scholarship branded sportswear
- Sports Nutrition and Diet advice
- Strength and Conditioning Programmes
- Sports Psychology
- Sports Performance Testing
- Academic Support and Mentoring
- Lifestyle Management advice
1916 Bursary Fund
This is a funding scheme targeted at students who are socio-economically disadvantaged and who are from groups that have low participation rates in higher education. The National Access Plan is working to increase the numbers of students who are currently underrepresented in higher education.
Each student who is awarded the 1916 Bursary will receive a bursary in the amount of €5,000 for each year of their undergraduate programme of study.
IT Sligo Presidents Bursary Fund
The Institute has an important role in driving economic and social development in the North West of Ireland. Relevant, effective Research and Innovation is a key element of this. We have a vibrant and productive research community, active in the undergraduate, postgraduate and professional research spheres. The President of IT Sligo supports many research opportunities each year for students to help accomplish this important work. This bursary will provide research students with a maintenance grant and paid tuition fees.
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