DCU-FutureLearn Scholarship for Online Study: 2019 Application Form
As Ireland's first University of Sanctuary, Dublin City University (DCU) is pleased to offer 10 Scholarships for Irish-based refugees and asylum seekers for a one-year full subscription to the FutureLearn platform to complete an unlimited number of online short courses. The Scholarship enables successful recipients to undertake an unlimited number of online short course offered by FutureLearn though to Certificate of Achievement which means that recipients can keep access to the course beyond the year. The following link provides more information on the range of forthcoming short courses available through FutureLearn:

https://www.futurelearn.com
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM
INSTRUCTIONS
Please complete all sections of this online Application Form. The deadline for submitting applications is Monday 12th August, 2019. Please note that applicants must be:

- resident in the Republic of Ireland
- an asylum seeker or refugee, with regard to legal status, who has been living in Ireland since 2016.
- an adult learner, born before 1998

If you require further information about the DCU FutureLearn University of Sanctuary Scholarships, then please email our Scholarships Co-ordinator, Colum Foley, <colum.foley@dcu.ie>
PRIVACY STATEMENT
Personal data that you submit via this application form to the National Institute for Digital Learning (a unit within Dublin City University <the Data Controller>) in connection with the DCU FutureLearn Scholarships will be used to process your application for the Scholarship and will be treated in accordance with the DCU Data Protection Policy which can be accessed at the link below:

http://dcu.ie/sites/default/files/iss/pdfs/DCU_Data_Protection_Policy.pdf

The National Institute for Digital Learning may be contacted at <DCUConnected@dcu.ie>. 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 related 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 may be held for a period of up to 10 years by the National Institute for Digital Learning. The personal data may be disclosed to staff and agents of DCU in order assess this application and to deliver support services to you.
YOUR INFORMED CONSENT
I have read and understand the privacy statement and data protection notice above and I consent to the National Institute for Digital Learning obtaining, processing and retaining my personal data for purposes described on this form.
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