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NOTE: The MSc. in Disability Studies will NOT run in 2017-2018

Fee information for M.Sc. in Disability Studies can be found on the 'Academic Registry' page. 

International Scholarship Opportunity


The School of Social Work and Social Policy is proud to announce the creation of a new scholarship for international (non-EU) applicants to our postgraduate taught programmes for 2017/18.


International Postgraduate Taught Course Scholarship
The scholarship is open to any non-EU applicant to a taught programme in the School of Social Work and Social Policy for Michaelmas term 2017. There is one scholarship valued at €5,000, applied to the reduction of non-EU tuition fees.

Who can apply?
Applicants who have non-EU (international) status and will pay tuition fees at the non-EU rate and who have submitted an application to any of the following taught postgraduate programmes in the School of Social Work and Social Policy (SWSP): Masters of Social Work, Masters of Science in Disability Studies, Masters of Science in Applied Social Research, Postgraduate Diploma/ Masters of Science in Applied Social Studies.

Selection criteria
Applicants for the scholarship will be assessed based on academic achievement, and evaluation of the applicants’ potential to contribute to the overall TCD and SWSP community.


Application process
Submit a complete application to one of the postgraduate taught programmes in the School of Social Work and Social Policy. Only applicants who meet the programme entry requirements will be considered for the scholarship. Deadline to apply is April 15th, 2017.


Email Erin Paullin, Global Officer, with any questions.

Funding

Government of Ireland Scholarships

Visit Education in Ireland website.

Irish Aid Fellowships

The M.Sc. in Disability Studies at Trinity College Dublin is listed in the Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme for study in Ireland. Irish Aid Fellowships are awarded for full-time study at Masters or Postgraduate Diploma level, with a focus on courses that are relevant to Irish Aid's development objectives in a fellow's home country. For more information, visit their website.