Dublin City University PhD Scholarship in Ireland
Deadline: May 31
Scholarship in Ireland
The Dublin City University intends to guide the world in study and learning. The university has a mostly physically powerful research record, is sometimes explained as a research-led university, and has commonly been recorded as carrying in more research takings per members of faculty – or indeed as a profit of total takings than any other institution of higher education in Ireland. Its research squad running on sensors at the National Centre for Sensor Research is considered one of the best on the earth.
Dublin City University is happy to offer The School of English Dublin City University Doctoral Research Scholarships for the period 2017 to 2018 academic year. worldwide students are entitled to submit an application for this position.
Amount of Scholarship:
The successful applicant will be rewarded a stipend of €16,000 per annum for up to four years, subject to satisfactory annual progression. Registration fees will also be paid. There will also be a number of scholarships for fees available
Who Can Apply for this Scholarship?
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
- Applicants must have a relevant undergraduate degree at first-class honors level or at least 2.1 level. It is desirable that they should hold a relevant Master’s qualification. Candidates who are currently completing a Master’s qualification are welcome to apply.
How to Apply for this Scholarship?
Interested candidates have to first agree a research suggestion with a School of English staff associate. Candidates will be bound to potential superintendents on the application. Email applications to Dr. Derek Hand, Head of School, derek. hand-at-dcu. ie, indicating School of English PhD scholarships in the subject line. Applications should include the following:
- A CV including names and contact details of two academic referees.
- A copy of undergraduate and postgraduate degree certificates.
- Copies of transcripts from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
- A letter outlining the candidate’s suitability for the scholarship.
- A research proposal c3000 words accompanied by a bibliography (which is not included in the word count).