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UCC and COH PhD funding for EU and Non-EU Students in Ireland, 2018-2019

The University College Cork (UCC) and Cork Opera House (COH) are inviting applications for PhD funding for EU and non-EU students. The successful candidate will be supervised by Dr Jillian Rogers, and registered in the Department of Music in UCC’s School of Music & Theatre

The School of Music & Theatre at UCC offers postgraduate and PhD training through world-class faculty, opportunities to engage with staff and students who work in a wide range of musical and theatrical sub-disciplines, and access to rich collections of resources detailing the history of opera in and beyond Cork City.

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If English is not your first language you will need to meet the university’s English language requirements for postgraduate courses.

Description:  

  • Application Deadline: April 30, 2018
  • Course Level: The studentships are available to pursue PhD programme.
  • Study Subject: The studentships are awarded on Cork Opera House; Social & Historical Perspectives.
  • Award: The School of Music & Theatre (UCC) and Cork Opera House (COH) PhD Scholarship on Cork Opera House; Social & Historical Perspectives, will be awarded in the form of a fee waiver, and a stipend of €10,000 p.a. tenable for a maximum of three years full-time (or 6 years part-time) from the date of first registration (either Sept 2018 or Jan 19).
  • Nationality: The bursaries are open to EU and non-EU students.
  • Number of Awards: Numbers not given
  • The award can be taken in Ireland

Eligibility:: 

Eligible Countries: The bursaries are open to EU and non-EU students.

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

  1. The School of Music & Theatre (UCC) and Cork Opera House (COH) PhD Scholarship on Cork Opera House; Social & Historical Perspectives, will be awarded in the form of a fee waiver, and a stipend of €10,000 p.a. tenable for a maximum of three years full-time (or 6 years part-time) from the date of first registration (either Sept 2018 or Jan 19).
  2. This PhD award is for a student who wishes to carry out research for the degree of PhD (or PhD Track, as a pathway to a PhD) in the School of Music & Theatre at University College Cork, Ireland. Applicants must have at least a Second Class Honours (Grade 1) or equivalent in their first or subsequent degree.
  3. Applications are invited from students who will commence a PhD (or PhD Track, as a pathway to a PhD) programme in either September 2018 or January 2019. Applicants upgrading from an MPhil or a PhD Track are not eligible to apply.
  4. The bursaries are open to EU and non-EU students.
  5. The successful UCC-COH PhD Scholarship recipient will be registered in the Department of Music in the School of Music & Theatre and supervised by Dr. Jillian Rogers.

English Language Requirements: If English is not your first language you will need to meet the university’s English language requirements for postgraduate courses.

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Application Procedure: 

How to Apply: The closing date for receipt of completed applications by email to aoife.murphy-at-ucc.ie.

Applicants must send a scanned pdf of their academic transcripts, a current CV and two letters of recommendation. All documentation must be submitted in either Word or pdf format by email only to Aoife.Murphy-at-ucc.ie. Incomplete applications, hard copy applications, or applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Applications that exceed the word count limits will be penalised.

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