Constantina Maxwell scholarship at the University of Dublin, Ireland
Trinity is Ireland’s leading university and is ranked 88th in the world*
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The value of the studentship is a 5,000 euro contribution towards MPhil tuition fees (EU or Non-EU) in academic year 2018/19. It is generously funded by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Trinity College Dublin.
AREAS OF INTEREST
MPhil program in Race, Ethnicity and Conflict
ELIGIBILITY This studentship is available to new entrants (EU and Non-EU) to our MPhil programme in Race, Ethnicity and Conflict, for admission in September 2018. In order to be eligible, applicants must hold and have officially accepted an Unconditional Offer of a place on one of these programmes by 31st July 2018.
Applications are assessed competitively with the criteria for the grant of the studentship being the proven academic merit of the candidate and/or their relevant life/work experience within the field of race, ethnicity and conflict. The decision as to the recipient of the studentship is at the exclusive discretion of the MPhil Course Director and Committee. As only one studentship will be available in 2018-19, applicants are strongly advised to apply for all other funding and grants open to them.