DCU University of Sanctuary, Undergraduate On-Campus Full-time Scholarship - Application Form 2020
Please complete all sections of this application form. If questions are left blank we will be unable to assess all parts of your application which may result in your application being declined.
Please note these scholarships are for full-time campus based study.
All applicants meeting the eligibility requirements are invited to apply.
Applicants under 23 must have completed, or intend to complete the Irish Leaving Certificate or a full FETAC/QQI level 5 qualification.
Closing date for completion of the application is 5pm, July 1st, 2020
Personal data that you submit via this application form to Student Support & Development (SS&D) in connection with the University of Sanctuary Scheme will be used to process your application for the Scheme. Student Support & Development is a unit of Dublin City University (DCU, which is the 'Data Controller' in respect of your information). Your information will be treated in accordance with the DCU Data Protection Policy which can be accessed at the link below:
DCU shall 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 to access any data you submit on request. The data you submit will be stored by SS&D on secure DCU networks for the duration of your studies in DCU plus 2 years post-graduation by Student Support & Development. If your application is unsuccessful it will be destroyed within 18 months. The personal data may be disclosed to staff and agents of DCU in order to administer and assess this application and to deliver support services to you.
If you have any queries relating to the processing of your data, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance, so that we can address any issues arising.
DCU’s Data Protection Unit can be contacted by email at: email@example.com or by phone at: 01 700 6466 / 700 7476. If you are not satisfied with DCU’s response to any queries you may have in relation to how your personal data is processed by DCU, you have the right to complain to the Data Protection Commission: www.dataprotection.ie.