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Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholarships
The Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme supports suitably qualified Research Masters and Doctoral candidates intending to pursue full-time research in any discipline.
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Expected October 2017
Excellence Scholarships (Masters, PhD)
UCC offers more than 20 Excellence Scholarships every year to applicants who intend starting a Masters or a PhD in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences. Applicants must have at least Second Class Honours (Grade 1) or equivalent in their first or subsequent degree and must have already applied for their chosen postgraduate course.
Cover EU tuition fees
Boole International Doctoral Scholarships
The Boole International Doctoral Scholarships in the Humanities and Social Sciences are for prospective doctoral students from non-EU countries.
To be eligible for a scholarship you must:
- Have applied for a PhD, a PhD Track or an MPhil in UCC's College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
- Have a minimum Second Class Honours grade 1 (or equivalent) in your first or subsequent degree
- Be liable for non-EU fees
- Be self-funded (i.e. not funded by any other organisation, government or scholarship scheme)
Applicants must complete the application form and email it.
Receive funding of 50% towards the non-EU doctoral fee
College of Business and Law Research Masters Scholarship
The LLM by Research Degree involves writing a thesis of approximately 40,000 words under academic supervision. The student will be expected to submit the completed thesis for examination after 12 months. In cases where progress has been excellent and there is potential for the project to progress to PhD standard, the student may (with the support of the supervisor) apply to progress from LLM to PhD (Track) registration without submitting a completed thesis for examination. All such applications are considered by the Graduate Studies Committee pursuant to an oral presentation and submission of written work and a progress report. Approval of progression to PhD does not carry automatic approval of funding for the additional two years; students would have to apply separately for any such competitive scholarship schemes as may be available at that time.
Applications will be assessed by the Graduate Studies Committee of the School of Law.
Valued at €5,770, which will cover the EU student’s fees