Community Participation Bursary
The UCC/HSE DSMAS Community Participation Bursary was developed by University College Cork, the HSE (Health Service Executive) Cork Kerry Community Healthcare Addiction Services in association with the Drug & Alcohol Prevention Project (DAPP) at Cork City Partnership.
The UCC/HSE DSMAS Community Participation Bursary scheme aims to support participation in and retention on the DSMAS L7 programme by students who are struggling to pay student fees, and to meet the associated financial costs of studying on the course.
Eligibility and selection criteria for the Community Participation Bursary outlined in attachment below has been designed to support students on the DSMAS programme from marginalised groups and communities to meet the associated financial costs.
Queries regarding the UCC/HSE DSMAS CommunityParticipation Bursary Fund can beemailed to Mella Magee, DAPP, Cork City Partnership, firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 021 430 2310