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Gespeichert von Wojciech Cichon am 26. Mai 2014 - 11:11

UCD’s call for PhD grant application/PhD Scholarship Scheme 2014

Dear Colleagues,

As part of its contribution to the further development of the 4th level in Irish education, UCD Business School is proud to announce a scheme of advanced research scholarships. These scholarships are intended to underline the School's commitment to research excellence and to attract and retain the very best scholars. The scholarships are available to new and continuing full time PhD students for a four year period, with annual performance reviews.

Scholarship Value

Three types of scholarships may be awarded.

  1. Full Scholarships valued at €20,000 per annum. Successful applicants who do not qualify for any external fee support will, in addition, be awarded a Business School grant to cover fees (EU/non-EU).
  2. Half scholarships valued at €8000 per annum. Successful applicants who do not qualify for any external fee support will, in addition, be awarded a Business School grant to cover fees (EU/non-EU).
  3. Fees-only scholarship holders will be awarded a Business School grant to cover fees (EU/non-EU).

In addition, all successful applicants will be given one Business School grant of €2000 towards the cost of consumables purchased during the four years of the PhD programme.

How to Apply

Please download the Application Form and Terms & Conditions for full information on how to apply. Applications must be submitted by 1 June 2014. For enquiries, please contact Professor Donncha Kavanagh (donncha.kavanagh [at] ucd.ie ) or Jane O’Mara (jane.omara [at] ucd.ie).

Full details available at http://www.smurfitschool.ie/scholarships/phdscholarships/

Professor Donncha Kavanagh | Director | Centre for Doctoral Research; Jane O'Mara | Manager | Centre for Doctoral Research

If you have any questions about industrial relations scholarship at the UCD School of Business, you may also contact Roland Erne;
http://www.ucd.ie/indrel/
https://www.ucd.ie/research/people/business/drrolanderne/

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