PhD Scholarships In Catholic Theology at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland (2022)

PhD Scholarships In Catholic Theology at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland (2022)

Scholarship Description:
Under PhD Scholarships In Catholic Theology at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland (2022) applications are being invited from eligible candidates. Domestic Students, Women Students are eligible to apply for this program. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of Catholic Studies taught at Trinity College Dublin . Interested candidates may apply for the scholarship as per set deadline. The application deadline is 17/06/2022

Subjects offered and Degree Programs:
You can apply for Catholic Studies taught at Trinity College Dublin

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to announce a scholarship of €15,000 (this will cover fees and offer a stipend) for an M.Phil. in Christian Theology at the Loyola Institute, TCD, thanks to the generous support of the Sisters of St John of God.
Both full-time and part-time applicants to the M.Phil.

Sponsor Value

The selected candidates will be provided full cover the university’s fees for an EU Student, plus an annual award of €12,000 for maintenance, for a period of four years.

Eligibility Criteria

This scholarship is for women who are Irish nationals.
• Scholarship applicants must be eligible for acceptance onto the M.Phil. program.
• Applicant must take up the scholarship in the academic year 2022/2023.
• The scholarship is aimed at women who will use this M.Phil. to contribute to Church and Society in Ireland.
• Recipients must reside in sufficient proximity to Trinity College Dublin as to be able to share fully and regularly in the life, work, and events of the Loyola Institute.

Application Procedure

The application must include:
1. A curriculum vita with two academic references
2. A maximum of 600 words setting out a) why you would like to do the M.Phil. in Christian Theology and b) how you will use this M.Phil. to make a contribution to Church and Society in Ireland.