1916

 

Incoming 1st year full time and part time students are invited to make an application of intent for the SOAR South Regional Cluster 1916 Bursary. The purpose of this funding is to encourage participation and success by students from sections of society that are significantly under-represented in higher education. Successful recipients who demonstrate significant economic and social disadvantage will each receive a €5,000 bursary per annum[1].

 

To be considered for one of the seven UCC SOAR South Regional Cluster 1916 Bursaries, applicants must complete all sections of an online 1916 Bursary Fund: South Cluster SOAR Project Application (Part I) by 17:00 16 October 2020

If you wish to make an application for Part I of the SOAR South Regional Cluster 1916 Bursary please see: 

https://www.soarforaccess.ie/1916-bursary-fund/

If you require any further information on the SOAR South Regional Cluster 1916 Bursary please see: https://www.soarforaccess.ie/1916-bursary-fund/

 

[1] Higher Education Authority, ‘1916 Bursary Fund for students from target groups identified as currently being under-represented in higher education, Implementation Guidelines 2020/21’, April 2020, Dublin

Information Clinic

Please see the below for further information regarding the UCC 1916 Information Clinic

Student Financial Supports and Advice

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