College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences of University College Cork is awarding a maximum of twelve excellence scholarships for EU and non-EU students. The applications are open for humanities and social sciences graduates (excluding Mathematics, Law and Commerce/Business) who wish to carry out a taught masters programme commencing in September 2015. Scholarships are for one year full-time or two years part-time only and will only cover the EU fee. Scholarship Provider: University College Cork
Scholarships are awarded in the field of Applied Linguistics, Applied Psychology, Applied Psychology (Guidance Counseling), Applied Psychology (Psychological Research Methods), Archaeological Excavation, Archaeology and GeoInformatics, Asian Business, Asian Studies, Beginnings of Irish Christianity, Celtic Civilization, Coaching Practice, Coaching Psychology, Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts, Comparative and World Literature, Composition, Contemporary Chinese Culture and Business, Contemporary Migration and Diaspora Studies, Contemporary Religions, Criminology, Creative Writing, Digital Arts and Humanities, Drama and Theatre Studies, Early & Medieval Irish, Education (modular Masters in Education), Education Science Stream A (Secondary Science), Education Science Stream B (Primary Science), English – American Literature & Film, English – Irish Writing: Theories and Traditions, English – Modernities: Romanticism, Modernism and Post-Modernism, English – Texts and Contexts: Medieval to Renaissance, Ethnomusicology, European Development Studies, Film Studies, International Relations (History), Irish Folklore, Irish Studies, French, German, Hispanic Studies, History of Art – Modern and Contemporary Art, Human Osteoarchaeology, Irish Revolution, Landscape Built Heritage and Design, Local History, Music & Cultural History, Modern Irish, Philosophy, Planning and Sustainable Development, Politics, Social Policy, Social Work, Sociology, Sociology of Development & Globalization, Translation Studies, Women’s Studies and Youth and Community Work.
-Applicants must have at least Second Class Honours (Grade 1) or equivalent in their first or subsequent degree.
The scholarships are for one year full-time or two years part-time only and are not extendable for any reason. If the Taught Programme is officially of two years’ duration, then the scholarship can be renewed for a second year, subject to satisfactory reports from the student and supervisor at the end of Year 1.
The scholarships are open to EU and non-EU students. However, the funding will only cover the EU fee, so successful non-EU applicants will be responsible for the balance.
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