Study in Ireland using Lauritzon Research Scholarship

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University College Cork, Ireland is offering Lauritzon Research Scholarship in food science and food-related disciplines. Students across the world are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.

Courses available to pursue the scholarship

Scholarship is available to pursue MSc or PhD programme in food science and food-related disciplines.

Scholarship Amount

The Lauritzson Research Scholarships will have a value of €28,000 per annum, tenable for two or four academic years (depending on whether the successful applicant is pursuing an MSc or PhD) and includes a student bursary of €16,000 per annum, tuition fees and a budget for laboratory consumables to support the student's research.

The scholarship consists of student stipend of €16,000 and €12,000 towards tuition fees and laboratory consumables. The scholarship is tenable for two or four years; depending on the course of study (MSc or PhD).

Study in Ireland with Lauritzon Scholarship

Study location

Scholarship can be taken in Ireland


Students who have attained at least Second Class Honours, Grade 1 (or equivalent) in an appropriate degree are eligible to apply for a PhD or MSc Research degree at UCC.

College admission criteria

  • Students must have attained at least Second Class Honours, Grade 1 (or equivalent) in an appropriate degree, and be pursuing a research programme in a food related discipline.
  • Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

How to apply for the study in Ireland scholarship?

In order to apply for the study in Ireland scholarship, Lauritizon Food Scholarship Application must be downloaded and filled. Make sure that you have written agreement from a potential supervisor in advance of your application submission.

Application Deadline

The last date to apply for the scholarship is July 14, 2017.

About University College Cork

UCC was established in 1845 as one of three Queen's Colleges - at Cork, Galway and Belfast. These new colleges were established in the reign of Queen Victoria and named after her. Queen's College, Cork (QCC) was established to provide access to higher education in the Irish province of Munster.

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