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Loyola Institute School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology MPhil Scholarships in Ireland, 2019

The Loyola Institute at Trinity College is currently accepting applications for one studentship of €5000 will be awarded to a student entering one of the School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology’s MPhil courses starting September 2019.

The Loyola Institute at Trinity College is dedicated to education and research in theology in the broad Catholic tradition. Our central concern is the creative intersection of theology, Church, and society. Theology is a fascinating and vital subject that challenges students to think critically and holistically across a wide range of disciplines. It encourages students to think for themselves about the big questions of today and it enables them to be at the cutting edge of contemporary engagement with these issues.

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Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

Description:  

  • Application Deadline: 12.00 noon, Monday 10th June 2019
  • Course Level: award is available to pursue MPhil programme.
  • Study Subject: award is awarded within the School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology’s MPhil courses (Christian Theology, Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies or International Peace Studies) in September 2018.
    Award: Sean O’Riordan Scholarships: In the case of students doing the MPhil over two years the award will be a total of €5,000 across the two year period with €2,500 paid per annum (should a student not continue into the second year no award will be payable).
    The Dominic Barberi Studentship for an MPhil in Christian Theology: In the case of a student doing the MPhil over two years the award will be a total of 8,000 euro across the two year period with 4,000 euro paid per annum (should a student not continue into the second year no award will be payable).
    The Religious Education Teacher funding for an MPhil in Christian Theology: RE teachers applying to either a full time or part time MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2018 will be eligible for this application . The value of The grant is €9,000. In the case of a student doing the MPhil over two years the award will be a total of €9,000 across the two year period with €4,500 paid per annum (should a student not continue into the second year no award will be payable).
  • Nationality: Students from Ireland
  • Number of Awards: One studentship will be awarded.
  • The award can be taken in Ireland

Eligibility:: 

Eligible Countries: Students from Ireland are eligible to apply for this application .

Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this application you must meet the following requirements:

Sean O’Riordan Scholarships

  • Both full time and part time applicants to the MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2019 will be eligible for Sean O’Riordan Scholarships
  • In the case of students doing the MPhil over two years the award will be a total of €5,000 across the two year period with €2,500 paid per annum (should a student not continue into the second year no award will be payable).
  • In order to be eligible, applicants must hold an unconditional offer of a place on the M.Phil.

The Dominic Barberi Studentship for an MPhil in Christian Theology

  • Both full time and part time applicants to the MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2019 will be eligible for the Dominic Barberi Studentship.
  • In the case of a student doing the MPhil over two years the award will be a total of 8,000 euro across the two year period with 4,000 euro paid per annum (should a student not continue into the second year no award will be payable).
  • 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.
  • In order to be eligible, applicants must hold an unconditional offer of a place on the M.Phil.

The Religious Education Teacher funding for an MPhil in Christian Theology

The teacher must be currently working as a RE Teacher in a secondary school in the Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland (Retired RE Teachers or RE Teachers not currently teaching Religious Education will not be eligible).

RE teachers applying to either a full time or part time MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2018 will be eligible for this application

Ireland Scholarships

Application Procedure: 

How to Apply: You are required to:

  1. Submit an application for MPhil in Christian Theology using the central Trinity College application system.
    And
  2. Send an email of application to Loyola-at-tcd.ie.Your application should include a letter (maximum 600 words) setting out why you would like to do the MPhil in Christian Theology and why you think you should be considered for a scholarship.
    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.
    In order to be eligible, applicants must hold an unconditional offer of a place on the M.Phil.
    The result is expected to be announced by the middle of July.

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