Government of Ireland (Masters XCHARX PhD) Postgraduate Scholarship Programme 2019 for study in Ireland (Funded)

Application Deadline: 16:00 (Irish time) 1 November 2018

The Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme is an established national initiative, funded by the Department of Education and Skills and managed by the Council.

The Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme is unique in the Irish research landscape and complements other channels for funded postgraduate education in the Irish eco-system. Among its features are:

  • individual, prestigious awards for excellent research in the name of the applicant;
  • an objective selection process using international, independent expert peer review;
  • funding across all disciplines, from archaeology to zoology;
  • with the exception of those funded by our strategic funding partners, awards for bottom-up, non-directed research.

The Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarships Programme is highly competitive, with an average success rate of 19% over the last five years. Successful applicants who become scholars under the programme are recognised as demonstrating world-class potential as future research leaders and in the quality of their ideas.

Requisitos de elegibilidad:

Applicants must fufil the following criteria:

  • have a first class or second class upper honours bachelor’s, or the equivalent degree. If undergraduate examination results are not known at the time of application, the council may make a provisional offer of scholarship on condition that the scholar’s bachelor’s, or the equivalent degree result is a first class or upper second class honours. If a scholar does not have s first class or upper second-class honours bachelor’s, or the equivalent degree, they must possess a master’s degree. The Council’s determination of an applicant’s eligibility on these criteria is final;
  • must not have had two previous unsuccessful applications to the programme, including strategic partner themes. This includes application since 2009 to the EMBARK scheme previously run by the Urush Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology, and the Government of Ireland Scholarship Scheme previously run by the Irish Council for Humanities and Social Sciences;
  • in the case of applications for a research master’s scholarship, applicants must not currently hold, or have previously held, a Council Postgraduate Scholarship;
    in the case of applications for a doctoral degree scholarship, applicants must not currently hold, or have previously held, any Council Postgraduate Scholarship other than those which would enable them to obtain a research master’s degree

Beneficios

  • a stipend of €16,000 per annum
  • a contribution to fees, including non-EU fees, up to a maximum of €5,750 per annum
  • eligible direct research expenses of €2,250 per annum

Fechas clave

Se prorroga Fecha
Llamada abierta 6 Septiembre 2018
Fecha límite de preguntas frecuentes 25 October 2018
Fecha límite para el solicitante 16: 00 (hora irlandesa) 1 noviembre 2018
Supervisor y fecha límite para el árbitro 16: 00 (hora irlandesa) 8 noviembre 2018
Fecha límite de endoso de la oficina de investigación 16: 00 (hora irlandesa) 15 noviembre 2018
Resultado de la llamada Finales de marzo 2019
Fecha de inicio de la beca 1 Septiembre 2019

Tenga en cuenta que los horarios proporcionados aquí son orientativos y pueden estar sujetos a cambios.

If you do not find the answer to your query in the call documentation, you should contact the research office in your proposed institution which will provide information and clarification on the call. Research offices can send any queries they are unable to clarify to postgrad@research.ie.

Documentos:

Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme 2019

Términos y Condiciones 2019

Guide for applicants

Para más información:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme 2019

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