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I recently received offer from TU Dublin for funded PhD ( fee + maintenance ). I was going through financial requirements for student visa application for non-EEA students. It is bit unclear on how much money we have to show. In website its written as

Scholarship Students

In addition students in receipt of a scholarship which either part funds or fully funds both their course fees and living costs must provide a letter, issued to them by the relevant organisation confirming they are the recipient of a scholarship.

Can some one please clarify what's above sentence means ? Does it mean they are considering Scholarship students as another category like visa required and not required students ? Or scholarship students have to show 7000£ + letter specifying they have scholarship ?

Thanks.

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    The sentence does not mention a sum of money. Where does the 7,000 figure come from? – Richard Beasley Jun 8 at 21:18
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    Questions about long term migration, including student visas, belong on Expatriates – CatchAsCatchCan Jun 8 at 21:51
  • @Richard Beasley It’s in the link in the OP’s question: “students from Visa required countries are required to demonstrate that they have access to €7,000 as part of their Visa application” – Traveller Jun 8 at 21:53
  • @RichardBeasley Please ref this and £7000 is mentioned for students from Visa required countries – anilkunchalaece Jun 8 at 22:13
  • The link mentions € 7000, not £ 7000. The official currency in the Republic of Ireland is the Euro, not the Pound. – Dr. Snoopy Jun 9 at 12:52
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This text says nothing about another class of visa.

It says only that if an applicant for a student visa has or will receive a scholarship for partial or full support of their studies and/or living expenses, then the applicant must provide (to the Irish immigration authorities, as part of their visa application) a letter from the "relevant organization," i.e., the college or university, confirming the scholarship.

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  • Thanks for the reply. it starts with "In addition" , So does it mean visa required student has to provide financial evidence of £7000 ( Please ref link in question ) and scholarship letter ? ( Its not clear from the given description) – anilkunchalaece Jun 8 at 22:11
  • The page linked in your question says non-EEA students from visa-required countries undertaking a course of study in Ireland must show access to €7,000. I think that applies to you, and you must demonstrate that the funds available to you (cash or available accounts combined with the amount awarded in the scholarship letter) total €7,000. I would, however, ask TU Dublin at their financial air or international student office; they will surely have addressed this issue before. – DavidSupportsMonica Jun 8 at 23:37

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