The Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship is funded by the UCD College of Business and aims to attract excellent candidates to full-time undergraduate business degree programmes and to encourage early application. Candidates will be considered on merit paired with holistic review of their programme application.
Lochlann Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship
- partial tuition scholarships
Successful candidates must be self-funding, citizens and current residents of a Non-EU country and classified as Non-EU for application and for tuition fee purposes. Eligible programmes are limited to those that are full-time undergraduate taught programmes, where the student must be based in Dublin and no part of the programme is awarded by another institution. A full list of eligible programmes is provided in Eligible Programmes. Candidates for the Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship will be informed of their eligibility for the scholarship at the time of offer and all queries should be directed to the relevant Regional Admissions Team. This Scholarship cannot be combined with any other tuitionscholarship. If the student already has another UCD scholarship eg Global Scholarship and is subsequently awarded the Quinn School of Business VPI Discretionary Scholarship, only the higher amount will apply. The student cannot hold two different awards.
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The Scholarship is payable only toward the tuition fees of the successful candidate.
Lochlann Quinn School of Business applicants with the following statuses (Offer, Conditional Offer, Accept or Conditional Accept status) on their application are automatically considered for partial tuition scholarships by our admissions and scholarship committee. Decisions are made based on your submitted application materials.