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Postgraduate Research Studentship
Postgraduate studentships are available to new entrants on the full-time Ph.D. register for entry in September and/or the following March of the same academic year (e.g. September 2017 and/or March 2018). The postgraduate Studentships aim to support and develop gifted research students. They are awarded competitively on academic merit.
New entrants must make their application in conjunction with their PhD application. They must apply online. Nominations are considered at various times of the year depending on the School. New applicants are advised to submit their application as early as possible.
Fully covers fees and an annual maintenance of €6,500 for three years.
1 May 2017
School of Business Scholarship
Trinity Business School provides numerous scholarships to students from across the world in our commitment to develop outstanding global business leaders. Previous recipients come from a variety of countries and educational backgrounds but all displayed strong academic and personal achievements.
These are awarded by the Trinity Business School Scholarship committee to candidates who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, extracurricular accomplishments or contribution to society.
Scholarship applications must be made when submitting your application for a place on the programme. Download and complete the scholarship application form and submit as part of your application.
The Trinity Business School Scholarship Selection Committee meets twice a year to assess applications. If you have been accepted onto your programme of choice, applicants will be notified when a scholarship decision has been made. Please note: no scholarships are awarded earlier than February 2017.
Applicants wishing to take advantage of the scholarship scheme are encouraged to submit their application early to ensure consideration.
Awards are likely to be made throughout the year so early application is advisable.
The second round deadline for scholarship applications is 31st of May 2017.
Funding of up to €5,000
31 May 2017
Ussher Fellowships are awarded competitively on academic merit. The Fellowship is unrelated to teaching commitments.
The application is made in conjunction with a PhD application.
Covers fees and provides a monthly maintenance of €13,000 for three years
The Hamilton Scholars aims to produce a cohort of exceptional PhD students whose work is expected to have a significant international impact in their chosen area of specialisation.
The Hamilton Scholars focuses on fields where Trinity plays a leading role internationally such as Algebra and Number Theory, Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Quantum Field Theory, Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics and String Theory. Scholarships will be awarded to PhD students of outstanding talent, internationally, who will be selected to study a key research theme within the disciplines of mathematics and theoretical physics. Female candidates will be specifically sought out and invited to apply.
Each Hamilton Scholar will receive individual research supervision with an internationally-renowned mathematician or theoretical physicist. The programme will also provide an exciting opportunity for the individual scholars to gain invaluable research and teaching experience, preparing them to take their place as academic leaders of the future.
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