HADDAD FELLOWSHIP 2022-2023 for Brazilian Postgraduate Applicants
Registration period: 3 January to 2 May 2022
M.F.A and M.Phil programmes at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland
- Playwriting (School of Creative Arts) (M.F.A.)
- Stage Design (School of Creative Arts) (M.F.A.)
- Theatre Directing (School of Creative Arts) (M.F.A.)
- Theatre and Performance (School of Creative Arts) (M.Phil.)
- Comparative Literature (School of Languages) (M.Phil.)
- Creative Writing (School of English) (M.Phil.)
The Haddad Foundation will award up to four scholarships to Brazilian students who wish to pursue one of the above postgraduate courses. Applicants will be assessed according to their academic merit, their potential to contribute to the overall Trinity community and the scholarship programme, and proof that they have an offer from Trinity College Dublin.
The Fellowship covers one year’s worth of international tuition fee (2022–2023) plus €15,000 to be paid as a monthly stipend. The winners should be aware that the stipend will be paid from October 2022 to September 2023, after the forms are correctly filled out.
The Selection Process
When registration closes, all applications will undergo pre-selection by the Haddad Fellowship and at least four candidates will be invited for interview. On 15 June, the Haddad Fellowship will consult Trinity College Dublin to check the admission status of each candidate. Suitable candidates for the scholarship who do not have an offer of admission from Trinity College by then will not be considered. Trinity College decision-making process varies across Schools, and it may take months until you hear from them, so it is important that you take this into consideration. Announcement of winners is scheduled for 20 June 2022. This date may change since it also depends on the Trinity College Dublin decision-making process.
Acknowledgement and Obligations
- All academic work (written or oral presentations) produced as a result of this scholarship at Trinity should acknowledge the Haddad Fellowship.
- The aim of the Haddad Fellowship is to develop studies, research, and activities related to the chosen areas of specialization in Brazil. Full engagement of the selected candidate is expected at the end of the programme for that matter.
- The selected candidate is expected to return to Brazil after course completion.
- The selected candidate should present a report after the first six months of study, and the results of the final dissertation upon their return to Brazil.
- Once graduated, the researcher is expected to take part in events promoted by the Haddad Fellowship and collaborate to maintain and improve the scholarship programme.
Eligibility and Enrolment Requirements
- At the time of registration, the student must have completed their undergraduate degree.
- PhD students or holders of a PhD degree are not eligible for this scholarship programme.
- Candidates who are regularly enrolled in a postgraduate course or possessing a postgradu-ate degree (except PhD) are eligible for this scholarship programme.
- As of this year, Brazilian nationals who hold dual European citizenship are not eligible for this scholarship programme, thus encouraging graduates to return to Brazil after course completion.
- Candidates must be residing in Brazil at the time of registration, ensuring a Non-EU fee status.
- Candidates must demonstrate an overall grade of at least 7.1 for undergraduates, or an A or B for postgraduates. In the case of professional-oriented programmes (MFA courses), candidates should also demonstrate tangible work done in the relevant area.
- Students are welcome to apply before they have received an offer of admission. However, only candidates who have received an offer of admission by 15 June 2022 will be considered for the award.
Handing in the documents
Send your documents electronically to the Haddad Fellowship. The subject line of your email must read: HADDAD Fellowship + Full name + Student Application Number. Send your documents in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow scrupulously the word limit. Letters and papers which exceed the limit may be deemed ineligible and result in disqualification.
- Registration form. Download the form on the ABEI website.
- CV (preferably Lattes CV).
- A copy of the candidate’s original transcripts. If the candidate’s overall grade is not shown, a document showing their overall grade must also be presented.
- Letter of interest in English (1000–1500 words). Candidates must explain why they chose the course, their academic interests, and how their research project or the ongoing study programme will benefit.
- Abstract of the proposal (up to 500 words). The candidate must briefly explain the preliminary project they intend to conduct at Trinity College Dublin.
- Personal letter (up to 500 words). The candidate must explain how they intend to contribute to the Haddad Fellowship programme and demonstrate convinc¬ingly their commitment to the programme.
- Candidates to the MPhil courses: a recent academic paper written in English (up to 3000 words). The academic paper must have been written by the candidate, and it will be used to assess the candidate’s command of English language and academic skills. You may write a fresh paper or present a paper written originally for another course. The academic paper must not be translated by anyone other than the candidate.
- Candidates to the MFA courses: portfolio of work showing your experience in the relevant area. The preferred format is PDF, but if your portfolio is only hosted online, please include the URL on your letter of interest.
- A copy of the student’s passport, which must be valid at least until the end of the exchange programme.
- English proficiency certificate. Any certificate which is valid according to the standards set by Trinity College Dublin will be deemed valid by the Haddad Fellowship committee. N.B.: while Trinity College Dublin does have an overall standard, individual courses may require higher grades. Candidates should check the course website to know what the requirements are and contact TCD if they have enquiries on that matter.
Send your queries to email@example.com. Information which is not related to the scholarship should be sent to the relevant department at TCD, such as the Academic Registry, the Global Relations Office, or the school responsible for the desired course.