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Enterprise Mobility


Jane Marumo, Vilma Civilyte & Kelly Byrne

Enterprise Mobility generously provides grants and other supports to students who are also lone parents to help with their education. We’re extremely grateful for their continued provision of €3,000 for grants to lone-parent students on the Access Foundation Programme at TU Dublin. This year, the grant was divided amongst four applicants.

Enterprise Mobility is part of the larger Enterprise Holdings – the world’s largest transportation solution provider and uniquely, a family-owned business since 1957. As a family-owned business, we are driven by a core set of founding values and as a company we strive to live those values in our business every day! One of our founding values is a commitment to strengthening our communities, one neighbourhood at a time. TU Dublin’s Access Foundation Programme and its Lone Parent Grant is a fantastic example of an organisation commitment to strengthening the local communities and Enterprise is delighted to support TU Dublin in this unique and worthwhile initiative.” – Leslee O’Loughlin, Group HR Manager

Application Process

Submissions will be accepted during the first semester of the 2022 academic year. 

Grant Criteria

Students interested in applying for the Enterprise Rent-A-Car grant will be asked to submit an application form with a personal statement demonstrating:

  • The impact this grant would have on your personal circumstances
  • Tell us what inspired you to pursue further education and what barriers you have faced in the past.

Applications will be assessed under the following criteria:

  • Your personal Statement
  • Your application form below including details of other financial supports etc.
  • All applicants must be in receipt of the one parent family payment, jobseekers transitional, back to education allowance or equivalent.

Depending on the volume of applications a short list of candidates may be invited to attend for interview. A panel will be established by TU Dublin Foundation to judge applications. Applications will be judged under the following criteria: financial need, impact of the grant and challenges/obstacles overcome to take part in the AFP.

Successful applicants may be required to take part in publicity, and must sign a grant agreement with TU Dublin Foundation.