Transition Year Bursary Awards

We have €2,500 for TY Bursaries up for grabs!

We at Tipperary Credit Union are aware of the benefits of a student completing the Transition Year program. Designed to help students develop not just on an educational level but also on a personal, social, and vocational level it has a very positive effect on the student.

Transition Year can prove an expensive year and that is why at Tipperary Credit Union we set up the Transition Year Bursary. Tipperary Credit Union offers five €500 bursaries, one to each of the five secondary schools in our common bond.

One lucky student from each of the five following secondary schools in the Common Bond of Tipperary Credit Union will win a €500 bursary towards their school’s Transition Year Programmes fees:

  • Castletroy College, Limerick.
  • Scoil Na Trionoide Naofa, Doon, Limerick
  • St Ailbe’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • St Anne’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • The Abbey CBS, Tipperary Town.
  • The winning student from each school will need to open an account with Tipperary Credit Union or be an existing member to receive the award.
  • The €500 will be paid directly to the school for the cost of participating in their school’s Transition Year Programme. If some of the Transition Year fee has already been paid in advance by the student, the remainder will be lodged to the student’s Tipperary Credit Union Account. Proof of payment will be required.

1) The Transition Year Bursary Awards will be based on an open draw format.

2) One student from each of the five schools will win a bursary worth €500:

  • Castletroy College, Limerick.
  • Scoil Na Trionoide Naofa, Doon, Limerick
  • St Ailbe’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • St Anne’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • The Abbey CBS, Tipperary Town.

3) The winning student from each school will need to open an account with Tipperary Credit Union or be an existing member to receive the award.

4) The €500 will be paid directly to the school for the cost of the Transition Year Programme. If some of the Transition Year fee has already been paid in advance by the student, the remainder will be lodged to the student’s Tipperary Credit Union Account. Proof of payment will have to be provided.

5) In applying for the Bursary, you are agreeing to participate in promotional activities arranged by Tipperary Credit Union. This may include acting as an ambassador in your school for Tipperary Credit Union.

6) A Presentation will be made to winning Students and you will be requested to attend our office for this occasion. Photographs taken at this occasion may be published in local media, used for internal publication including display within the Credit Union, for web material or other Social Media.

7) The decision of the Board of Directors is final. No correspondence will be entered into once the final decision has been made.

8) The closing date for applications is the 30th of June.

As this is part of Tipperary Credit Union’s Youth Programme and the bellow five secondary schools are participating in it, you must be a student entering into Transition Year in one of the following schools.

  • Castletroy College, Limerick.
  • Scoil Na Trionoide Naofa, Doon, Limerick
  • St Ailbe’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • St Anne’s Secondary School, Tipperary Town.
  • The Abbey CBS, Tipperary Town.