IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship 2022

  • Partial Funding A stipend of €18,500
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • PhD
  • All Subjects
  • International Students, Domestic Students
  • Ireland
  • 06/06/2022
Expired in
06/06/2022
IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarships.IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarships.

Description for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

The Department of History, School of Histories and Humanities, is pleased to advertise a PhD scholarship to join Dr Nicole Volmering on her SFI-IRC Pathway Programme project ‘Early Irish Hands: The Development of Writing in Early Ireland’ from September 2022. 

Degree Level for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship 2022 is available to undertake PhD level programs at Trinity College Dublin.

Available Subjects for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • All Subjects

Benefits for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

The successfully selected candidate will be presented with an award consisting of a stipend of €18,500 annually plus a travel budget and a €5,750 contribution towards fees.


Eligible Nationalities for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

All Nationalities

Eligibility Criteria for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

The successful applicant should have the following qualifications:

Essential:
  • A Master’s degree / diploma (awarded or pending) or international equivalent (German Staatsexamen, etc.) in a relevant academic area (relevant areas include but are not limited to: Classics, Early Irish, Medieval Studies, History, Manuscript Studies, Digital Humanities, Celtic Studies)
  • Evidence of solid knowledge of Latin
  • Excellent command of English (as per Trinity’s general requirements)

Desirable:

  1. Evidence of engagement with manuscript studies
  2. Evidence of experience with medieval (Latin and/or insular) paleography
  3. Evidence of experience with Digital Humanities
  4. Reading knowledge of German 

Application Procedure for IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship:

Applicants should send their documentsin a single PDF file to Dr Nicole Volmering (volmern@tcd.ie) AND to Eilís Dunne (pghishum@tcd.ie). Applications will not be considered complete until referees have submitted their references.

The following documents are required (see also these general application guidelines):

  • A motivation letter addressing how you intend to approach the research topic
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Certified academic transcripts for all degrees
  • Certified degree certificates for all degrees
  • A detailed CV
  • A writing sample (an academic essay, an article, a chapter from a dissertation, or the like)


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