The aim of the North/South Scholarship scheme is to encourage outstanding students from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to cross the border to undertake postgraduate study and experience life in the other Irish jurisdiction. This year, Universities Ireland will offer five scholarships, each worth €15,000.
The history bursaries support students undertaking postgraduate study on a topic relating to the 1912-1923 period in Ireland, the decade of the First World War and the division of the island into the states of Ireland (Irish Free State) and Northern Ireland. This year, Universities Ireland will offer two scholarships, each worth €13,000.
Strict eligibility rules apply – please see the Guidance for Applicants.
North/South Postgraduate Scholarships
The winners of the 2018 North/South Postgraduate Scholarships are: Billy Vaughan, Dublin is completing a MA Global Security and Borders in QUB The main aim of this course is to make us fundamentally re-evaluate how we think about international borders, and their role in the global system of population movement. Recent events such as theContinue reading North/South Postgraduate Scholarships
The winners of the 2018 History Bursary: Caitlin White, Tipperary Caitlin will complete her PhD in Trinity College Dublin. The title of her research is The Photographer and the City: The work of A.R. Hogg in recording social conditions in early twentieth- century Belfast. Kevin Egan, Dublin Kevin will complete his PhD in University College DublinContinue reading History Bursary