University College Dublin SPIRe Graduate Scholarships in Ireland, 2018-19

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Applications are currently been accepted for the University College Dublin SPIRe Graduate Scholarships in Ireland, 2018-19, eligible persons are by this notice charged to hurry and apply.

 About University College Dublin

 

UCD SPIRe is pleased to offer Graduate Scholarship scheme (Master and Ph.D.) for 2018-2019  academic year. Applications will be accepted from suitably qualified applicants regardless of nationality or residence.

The overall aim of the scheme is to attract applicants of the highest academic standards to participate in the UCD SPIRe graduate program (Ph.D. and Masters) and provide them with the training, experience and mentorship necessary to their professional development.

UCD is a vibrant modern university that is currently ranked within the top 1% of institutions worldwide. It is Ireland’s most globally engaged university with over 30,000 students drawn from over 120 countries. UCD has an excellent research infrastructure, including active support for international mobility and career development of postdoctoral researchers. UCD SPIRe ranks in the top 100 worldwide in Politics and International Relations.

Applicants must also evidence capacity to teach at the graduate level through the medium of English.

Course Level:

Scholarships are available for pursuing Graduate (Master and Ph.D.) Programme.

Study Subject:

Scholarships are awarded within the School of Politics and International Relations.

Scholarship Award:

The annual stipend for Ph.D. students is €3,600 and for Masters Students it is €900.

Ph.D. Scholarships will comprise a tax-free annual stipend of €3,600 payable in ten equal monthly installments plus a fee remission of up to half the scheduled EU fee of the program to which they are registered. All students are liable for the Student Centre Levy and for the tuition fees not covered by the scholarship.

Graduate Scholarships will comprise a tax-free annual stipend of €900 payable in ten equal monthly installments plus a fee remission of up to half the scheduled EU fee of the program to which they are registered. All students are liable for the Student Centre Levy and for the tuition fees not covered by the scholarship.

Scholarship can be taken in

Ireland

Eligibility:

The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for these scholarships:

  • Scholarships will be awarded only to those who are registered as full-time UCD SPIRe students over the period of the Scholarship. In the case of Ph.D. applicants, scholarships will normally be awarded for a period of one year in the first instance, normally renewable for up to four years, subject to annual review. They should not exceed the normal duration of the SPIRe Ph.D. program. The Scholarship will terminate on any student’s withdrawal from their program.
  • Applications will be accepted from suitably qualified applicants regardless of nationality or residence. Applicants, however, must make their own visa/consular arrangements to ensure that they are eligible to reside in Ireland for the duration of their studies. Applicants are strongly advised to make any visa application as early as possible as this process may be time-consuming and failure to obtain a visa in time for the commencement of the academic year will likely necessitate cancellation of the scholarship award.
  • Applicants must also evidence capacity to teach at the graduate level through the medium of English. 10. Applicants are expected to have an excellent undergraduate degree from a highly regarded third level institution and to be qualified for direct admission to the UCD SPIRe graduate program of their choice. A provisional offer of a Graduate Scholarship may be subject to specified conditions.

Nationality:

Applications will be accepted from suitably qualified applicants regardless of nationality or residence.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: Applicants are expected to have an excellent undergraduate degree from a highly regarded third level institution and to be qualified for direct admission to the UCD SPIRe graduate program of their choice. A provisional offer of a Graduate Scholarship may be subject to specified conditions.

English language Requirements: Applicants must also evidence capacity to teach at the graduate level through the medium of English.

Graduate Scholarships

How to Apply: Applications should be sent to the School Manager, Ms. Dara Gannon – dara.gannon-at-ucd.ie.

Application Form – Ph.D. Graduate Scholarship

Application Form – Masters Graduate Scholarship

Application Deadline: 

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