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LOYOLA INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIPS

Constantia Maxwell Postgraduate Scholarship

One studentship of €5000 will be awarded to a student entering one of 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. There is no separate application form; all applications submitted by June 29th, 2018 with unconditional offers will be considered. The award will be made on academic merit.

Sean O'Riordan Scholarships for M.Phil in Christian Theology

Beverley Collins and Edith O'Nuallain 2017/18 recipients of Sean O'Riordan Scholarships with Fr.Dan Baragry,CSsR, Provincial of the Irish Redemptorists.

Thanks to the generous support of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, the Loyola Institute is pleased to announce that two scholarships of €5,000 each are being made available to students applying for the MPhil in Christian Theology at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin.


Both full time and part time applicants to the MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2017 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).

Application Process:

The deadline for applications is 15th June 2018.
You are required to:

And
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.


The Dominic Barberi Studentship for an MPhil in Christian Theology.

Leslie Flores recipient of the 2017-2018 Dominic Barberi Studentship with Fr. James Sweeney CP, Provincial of the Passionists (St Patrick's Province)

Thanks to the generous support of the Passionist Provinces of Britain and Ireland (St Joseph's Province and St Patrick's Province) the Loyola Institute is pleased to announce a scholarship to the value of 8,000 euro for a student applying for the MPhil in Christian Theology at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin.

Both full time and part time applicants to the MPhil in Christian Theology in September 2017 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).

Application Process:

The deadline for applications is 15th June 2018.
Applicants must:

Submit an application for the MPhil in Christian Theology using the central Trinity College application system.

And

Send an email of application to Loyola@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 MPhil. The result is expected to be announced by the middle of July.

The Religious Education Teacher Scholarship for an MPhil in Christian Theology.

Sr. Rionach Donlon of the Loyola Trust with Eoin Walshe recipient of the 2017/18 scholarship. Eoin is a Religious Education Teacher in Le Cheile Secondary School in Tyrrelstown.

Thanks to the generous support of the Loyola Trust* the Loyola Institute is pleased to announce a scholarship for a Religious Education Teacher applying for the MPhil in Christian Theology at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin.

The teacher must be currently working as an 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 scholarship. The value of the scholarship 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).


Please note that modules will be taught on Monday and Thursday evenings.

Application Process:

The deadline for applications is 15th June 2018.

Applicants must:

Submit an application for the MPhil in Christian Theology using the central Trinity College application system.

And

Send an email of application to Loyola@tcd.ie.


Your application should include:

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 MPhil.


The result is expected to be announced by the middle of July.

The Loyola Trust (Augustinians, Carmelites (O.Carm.), Columbans, Jesuits, Loreto Sisters, Marists, Oblates, Society of African Missions).


PhD Scholarship in Catholic Theology

The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to announce a new PhD Scholarship which will fully cover the university's fees, plus an annual award of €12,000 for maintenance, for a period of three years.

The successful candidate will have a prior qualification in Catholic theology, or be able to demonstrate familiarity with a significant area of Catholic theology. The focus for the research should be the intersection of church with the spectrum of contemporary culture, society, and politics. The area of research might be in any one of several areas of theology: ecclesiology, political theology, soteriology, theological anthropology, theological ethics.

Possible research questions are:

This scholarship is open to a PhD supervised by a full-time member of the academic staff of the Loyola Institute.

The scholarship is open to new entrants to the full-time PhD register. 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.

The scholarship is being made available thanks to generous private funding.

Application Process

You can apply for this scholarship until ;1st May 2018.

You are required to:

And Your application should include:

Note that the selection procedure may include interviews. These can take place over Skype.

PhD Scholarship in Catholic Theology


The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, is pleased to offer a PhD scholarship for 2018. The scholarship will fully cover the university's fees, plus an annual award of €6,000 for maintenance, for a period of three years.

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 scholarship is open to new entrants to the full-time PhD register who are resident in Ireland or within the European Union.

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.

Application Process

You can apply for this scholarship until 1st May 2018.
You are required to:

And

This email of application should include:

Postgraduate Ussher Fellowships

Students applying to do a PhD supervised by a full-time permanent member of the academic staff of the Loyola Institute are eligible to apply for a Trinity Postgraduate Ussher Fellowship. For Details of how to apply here

Postgraduate Student Grants via Students Universal Support Ireland (SUSI)

For further information on Postgraduate Student Grants go to their website (Application priority closing date for new applications are now closed - refer to site in relation to application dates)

Information correct as of 13/12/2017