The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin is pleased to offer a PhD scholarship in Catholic Theology for 2018. The scholarship is provided by the Loyola Trust and is available to PhD projects supervised by a full-time permanent member of the academic staff of the Loyola Institute.
The Loyola Institute at Trinity College is dedicated to education and research in theology in the broad Catholic tradition. Our centra.
The candidate should have a very good command over the English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
Course Level: Scholarship is available for pursuing full-time PhD programme.
Study Subject: Scholarship is awarded in the field of Catholic Theology.
Scholarship Award: The scholarship will fully cover the university’s fees, plus an annual award of €6,000 for maintenance, for a period of three years.
Number of Scholarships: Not given
Scholarship can be taken in Ireland
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: Citizens of Ireland and the European Union are eligible to apply.
Entrance Requirements: The scholarship is open to new entrants to the full-time PhD register who are resident in Ireland or within the European Union.
English Language Requirements: The candidate should have a very good command over the English language. Therefore, the application should be written in English.
This email of application should include:
- A brief letter of motivation
- A research proposal of up to 2000 words. This should include the main research question, key objectives, relevance, the proposed methodological approach, a brief description of the relevant literature, and the proposed timetable for the writing of your thesis. Please work with your proposed supervisor at the Loyola Institute in preparing this.
How to Apply:
Students are required to submit an application for a full-time PhD at the Loyola Institute at Trinity College using the central Trinity College application system and send an email of for the attention of Dr Fainche Ryan, Director of the Loyola Institute.