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- Terms and Conditions for Scholarship recipients
Terms and Conditions for Scholarship recipients
This document outlines the Terms and Conditions for all scholarships, grants and awards administered by University College Cork. There is additional criteria that varies for each scholarship and this will be detailed for each scholarship listing.
Scholarships are awarded based on established eligibility criteria. The eligibility requirements for each scholarship are outlined on the UCC Scholarships & Prizes Website.
All scholarships are awarded on the basis that you will maintain an enrolled status in your course of study in UCC. Your scholarship may be terminated and you will be required to repay the funds if your enrolment status becomes inactive.
Grounds for scholarship termination
Where the awarding of the scholarship is based on continuous high academic standards, the scholarship may be withdrawn if the recipient failed to maintain satisfactory academic progress.
Scholarships are not transferable by the recipient/applicant.
Scholarships may only be deferred under exceptional circumstances and such request will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis.
Holding multiple scholarships
You may be permitted to hold the title to more than one scholarship. Students who are offered more than one Scholarship for the same achievement will accept subsequent scholarships on the basis that the bursary award from the highest valued scholarship only will apply.
If you are in receipt of a donor funded scholarship (e.g. the Naughton Scholarship), you are required to inform the University Scholarship Committee.
Scholarships and Prizes Awardees’ details (name, title of award, course title, and academic school) may appear on UCC Scholarship Website, publications, programme materials for Award Ceremonies etc. We will use social media to promote UCC Scholarships and Prizes.
Where a scholarship is funded or co-funded with an external organisation / donor, we will pass on details (name, title of award, course title, and academic school) to the external organisation for the purpose of selection and reporting. Your contact details will not be given to an external organisation / donor without your prior consent.
For full details on how the University processes your personal data, please see our Data Protection Notice at the following link:
All scholarship and funding schemes are subject to availability of funds, and details given here are subject to change at any time. Potential applicants are urged to check information regularly to ensure they are aware of current procedures, deadline etc.