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CIT Sanctuary Scholarships Application Form

Cork Institute of Technology - Data Protection Notice

Personal data that you submit via this application form to CIT Access Service in connection with the Sanctuary Scholarships will be used to process your application for the scholarship, and to support your application. This data will be treated in accordance with the CIT Data Protection Policy which can be accessed at the link below:

 

CIT will only process such data for the purpose for which you provide it and to the extent necessary to process your application in line with the regulations attached to this Scholarship. You have the right to withdraw your consent to processing and you also have the right to access any data you submit on request. The data you submit will be held for a period of 10 years by the CIT Access Services, so that we can support students throughout their study at CIT and map our students' outcomes.

 

The personal data may be disclosed to staff and agents of CIT in order to assess this application and to deliver support services to you.

 

1. I have read and understand the data protection notice policy above and I consent (i.e. the applicable legal basis) to the Access Service obtaining, processing and retaining

my personal data for purposes described on this form. *

 

 

Terms and Conditions of the Scholarship

Please read and accept each of the following terms and conditions if you wish to proceed with your application

 

2. Applicants must apply for a CIT undergraduate course through the Central Applications Office (CAO) before the normal closing date for applications, 1st February at 5.15pm, or before the late closing date of the 1st May at 5.15pm for Leaving Certificate and FETAC applicants. *

 

 

3. Applicants who meet the minimum general entry requirements and specific programme entry requirements as outlined on the CIT website, compete for a quota of places allocated to applicants. The reduced CAO points level for those who have applied to the HEAR/Access scheme by programme will apply. *

 

4. If you are a Leaving Certificate or FETAC Level 5 route applicant, you can change your preference of CIT course by between May 6th at 12pm and July 1st at 5.15pm. *

 

5. Scholarships may be offered to asylum seekers and/or refugees who are currently living in Ireland, and who have successfully been offered a CIT course via the CAO through the Mature Student route, the Leaving Certificate (Irish or international) route or the FE/QQI (FETAC, Level 5) route. *

 

6. Any successful applicant must be able to demonstrate that they will live within reasonable commuting distance to CIT (no more than one hour each way) to take up

the scholarship. *

 

7. 2019 scholarships are ONLY for CIT undergraduate courses: see courses/caocourseslist/

 

 

 

 

 

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Application Form

Please fill out the form.
  • Your Personal Details
    Please complete all sections
    • First Name
      Last Name
    • MM
      /
      DD
      /
      YYYY
    • Your social security number (7 numbers plus 1 or 2 letters)
    • Please note we will cross check information to improve the speed of assessing applications. Tick all that apply.
    • Street Address*
      Address Line 2
      City*
      State / Province / Region*
      Zip / Post Code
      Country*
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    • This is so that we can determine the next steps you need to take on this application
  • Your Education in Ireland:
    • Please list all or state 'none' if you did not attend school/college in Ireland
  • Current Status
    • Course Code (e.g. CR105) / Name of Course (e.g. Chemical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering)
  • What is your top CIT course choice as listed on your CAO Application? Choose one only
  • Your Personal Statements
  • Your Declaration
    Please read each statement below carefully and declare that you agree to them. If you do not agree to all statements, you will not be eligible to be considered for a Sanctuary Scholarship in CIT.