2018 PhD Scholarship in Politics and International Studies at DCU-IICRR in Ireland

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Scholarship opportunities are currently available by The Dublin City University for PhD programs in Politics and International Studies at the IICRR in Ireland. International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

About The Dublin City University IICRR

The Dublin City University IICRR aims to lead the world in research and education. It is a research-intensive, globally-engaged, dynamic institution consistently having a place in the rankings of the world’s top young universities.  It also rates among the top 150 institutions in the world for politics and international relations by both the QS and Shanghai world rankings. Its strong research records describe it as a research-led university and brings in more research income per members of the faculty than any other university in Ireland. Its research team working on sensors at the National Centre for Sensor Research is considered one of the best in the world.

Scholarship Type:

Scholarship is available to international students pursuing PhD programme.

Field of study:

The offers are for PhD students undergoing studies in Politics and International Studies at the IICRR.

Scholarship Benefits:

This PhD scholarship has a value of up to €21,000 to €27,000 (full fees, plus €16,000pa (usually tax-free), for up to 4 years, subject to satisfactory progress.

 To be taken in(Country):

Ireland

Scholarship Number :

The amount of offers available is not  specified.

Eligible Nationality:

Scholarship is open to all International students

Eligibility:

To be eligible for this scholarship, the candidate requires:

Applicants must have a Masters Degree, fluent English, and excellent academic grades.

International students will need to meet the Dublin City University English Language Requirements.

Application Deadline:

22nd March 2018

Application Procedure: 

Candidates are to apply to  IICRR-at-dcu.ie and they should include

    • A CV, including 2 academic referees
    • A one-page letter of application
    • The grades in your master degree with copies of transcripts
    • A 2000 word research proposal, setting out your research question, how the research relates to existing academic literature and a brief description of your proposed methodology.

Scholarship Link 

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