TWO PH.D. STUDENTSHIPS FOR NEW ENTRANTS TO THE PH.D. REGISTER IN 2013-14 (Applications now closed)
The Department of Classics at Trinity College Dublin is pleased to offer the following two studentships for new entrants to the PhD register in 2013-14.
A. G. LEVENTIS SCHOLARSHIP IN HELLENIC STUDIES
This new 3 year studentship for PhD research (2013-16) is generously funded by the A. G. Leventis Foundation, to which the Department is most grateful for their ongoing support of our activities.
The award will be made in any area of Hellenic Studies (including archaeology, history, language and literature, philosophy)
The studentship is worth €16,000 per year plus fees (EU and non-EU).
COLLEGE POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP AWARD
This 3 year studentship for PhD research (2013-16) is offered by Trinity College Dublin.
The award will be made in any area of Classical scholarship.
The studentship is worth €8,000 per year plus fees (EU and non-EU).
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates should apply for acceptance onto the Ph.D. register using the standard College online application system.
Candidates must apply for the College Research Award during the online application process.
There is no special application form for the A.G. Leventis Scholarship.
When you have submitted your on-line application please contact Ms Winifred Ryan in the Department of Classics, indicating that you wish to be considered for this award.
Candidates are required to submit a recent essay, thesis chapter, or other piece of written work. Submissions should be made in hard copy AND electronically to: Ms Winifred Ryan, Department of Classics. Trinity College, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland email: Ms Winifred Ryan
To this address applicants may also submit any further supporting materials (e.g. personal statement) they wish to draw to the attention of the panel of assessors. Continuation of these awards will be subject to satisfactory progress.
All applications must be received no later than 5.00 pm on Friday 19 April 2013.
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