Apply for a Grattan Scholarship
Since The Grattan Scholars programme was established in 2012, scholarships have been awarded to exceptional PhD students from Armenia, Austria, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, the Philippines, and the USA.
Each scholarship is fully-funded, including fees and an annual stipend of €20,000 for four years. Students will gain invaluable research and teaching experience, preparing them to take their place as academic leaders of the future.
Grattan Scholars are chosen not only for their scholarly achievements, but also for their commitment to teaching and ambition to understand and improve society through their research and education. Grattan Scholars are required to engage in teaching-related activities to a maximum of six hours per week during the teaching term.
In 2020-21 a Grattan Scholarship was awarded in in the area of analytic value theory, broadly defined, to include moral, legal or political philosophy.
Details regarding the 2021-22 scholarship programme will be updated as soon as confirmed.