The Dublin City University, Ireland is offering Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences scholarships for Indian students joining the faculty in September 2015. A €1,000 scholarship will be offered to each student from India joining one of the following full time postgraduate programmes:
- M.A in Journalism
- MSc in Multimedia
- M.A in Social Media Studies
- M.A in Film and Television Studies
- M.A in International Relations
- M.A in Development
- M.A in International Security and Conflict Studies
- M.A in Sexuality Studies
- M.A in Political Communication
- MSc in Science Communication
- M.A in Comparative Literature
- M.A in Translation Studies
- MSc in Translation Technology
Eligibility & Application: To achieve the scholarship, the student must have met the academic and English language entry requirements of the program, have accepted an offer and enrolled on the program in September 2015.
Last Date to apply: There is no application deadline for these scholarships - indeed, there is no application needed as each student in Humanities and Social Sciences who enroll in September will automatically receive the scholarships. The general deadline for applying for postgraduate courses at DCU is 1st July. However students should consult the website to check the specific deadline for their course
About the Dublin City University
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at DCU is home to the Schools of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, Communications, and Law and Government, which offer these programs. The schools offer contemporary, student-centered degree programs at bachelors, postgraduate and PhD level.
The faculty is also home to leading research centers including the Institute of Ethics, the Ireland India Institute and the Institute for International Conflict Resolution & Reconstruction. Faculty research, included in leading international publications, aims to provide an evidence base to meet important societal challenges, reflecting DCU's commitment to a high level of public engagement.
For further information, visit www.dcu.ie