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|Sujet: The O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies for Study in Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia Mer 6 Aoû 2014 - 12:38|| |
If you would like to study in Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia and pursue Full Time PhD Fellowship Program in Any Subject you can avail The O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies
which is being offered by O’Donnell Fellowship
This is a PhD Fellowship Program Merit Based Scholarship and students are eligible from Australian Student to apply for the same. Only Few such award is being offered and the deadline for application is 04-Aug-14.
This Scholarship will Offer you Not Disclosed for Complete Course Duration.
Scholarships Times is pleased to provide you with the following information which has been updated recently:
Notes from Scholarships Times Advisory:
|Name of Scholarships:||The O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies|
|Scholarship is offered by:||O’Donnell Fellowship|
|Scholarship Offers:||Not Disclosed|
|Duration of Reward / Grant:||Complete Course Duration|
|Education Field:||Any Subject|
|Education Level:||PhD Fellowship Program|
|Based on:||Merit Based|
|Scholarship is open for:||Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia|
|Students are eligible from:||Australian Student|
|Number of Awards / Scholarships:||Few|
|Important Dates:||Open Date: Not Available|
Last Date: 04-Aug-14
|Eligibility:||Applicants should have a demonstrated track record in Irish Studies. This could take the form, for example, of a relevant academic degree; and/or the completion of relevant courses or projects; and/or the publication of relevant books or articles. Previous applicants, both successful and unsuccessful, are welcome to re-apply.|
|Important Information:||Applications in the form of a letter and including a CV, the names of two referees and a project proposal, should be sent by Monday 4 August 2014 by post or email, to Ms Angela Gehrig, Director of the Academic Centre.|
Fellowship applications should address ways in which the Irish Studies collection in the Academic Centre, and wider Irish Studies resources in Melbourne, could be used to further a research project upon which the applicant is engaged.
Once all the information has been received by O’Donnell Fellowship and the assessment of the submitted documents is complete, you will be informed about your selection in the same.
If you are looking for more information about The O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies you are requested to visit the following page: http://www.snac.unimelb.edu.au/?page_id=237