IRC–SFI Pathway PhD International Scholarships in Ireland


Rok za prijavu: 06.06.2022.
Postavljeno: 23.03.2022.
Doktorske studije

The Department of History, School of Histories and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin is honored to introduce the IRC – SFI Pathway PhD Scholarships to students interested to study Irish scripts. The scholarship is offered in Ireland for the academic year 2022-2023.

The scholarship is offered to students that hold a master’s degree in a relevant field of study and are willing to work on the project ‘Early Irish Hands: The Development of Writing in Early Ireland’ from September 2022. Ideal candidates will have a good command of English and knowledge of Latin. The scholarship award is made of a stipend of €18,500 annually plus a travel budget and a €5,750 contribution towards fees.

Trinity College Dublin also called the College of the Holy, is the top ranked university in Ireland ranked by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings at 155th position in the world. TCD provides a liberal environment where independence of thought is highly valued and where all are encouraged to achieve their full potential.

Why study at Trinity College Dublin? Trinity College Dublin undertakes a global mobility experience at one of its many partner universities overseas and is known for the big number of opportunities that it presents to students. The diverse campus adds to the Trinity Experience for everyone enhances their personal development and enriches the culture of the university.

Brief Description

  • University or Organization: Trinity College Dublin;
  • Department: Department of History, School of Histories and Humanities;
  • Course Level: PhD;
  • Award: €18,500;
  • Number of Awards: NA;
  • Access Mode: Online;
  • Nationality: International and Domestic;
  • The award can be taken in Ireland.


  • Eligible Countries: Students of all nationalities are eligible to apply.
  • Eligible Course or Subjects: A 4 year PhD programme offered in the Department of History at the Trinity College Dublin can be applied for.
  • Eligibility Criteria: 
    • The applicants must have a good command of English and have evidence of solid knowledge of Latin.
    • The applicants must also meet the general entry requirements of the college.

How to Apply

  • How to Apply: Students can apply to TCD via its online application portal. Then, to apply for this scholarship, students must send the following documents in a single PDF to Dr. Nicole Volmering ( and to Eilís Dunne (
  • Supporting Documents:
    • A motivation letter addressing how you intend to approach the research topic;
    • Two letters of recommendation;
    • Certified academic transcripts for all degrees;
    • Certified degree certificates for all degrees;
    • A detailed CV;
    • A writing sample (an academic essay, an article, a chapter from a dissertation, or the like.
  • Admission Requirements: The applicants must have a Master’s degree/diploma (awarded or pending) or international equivalent (German Staatsexamen, etc.) in a relevant academic area (relevant areas include but are not limited to: Classics, Early Irish, Medieval Studies, History, Manuscript Studies, Digital Humanities, Celtic Studies).
  • Language Requirement: 
    • IELTS – 6.5;
    • TOEFL IBT – 88;
    • TOEFL PBT – 570;
    • TOEFL CBT – 230;
    • CEFR Level C1 or C2 – Grade C or Better;
    • PTE – 63;
    • Duolingo – 110.


The successfully selected candidate will be presented with an award consisting of a stipend of €18,500 annually plus a travel budget and a €5,750 contribution towards fees.

Application Deadline: Candidates must apply for this position by sending their application documents by the deadline of 5 pm, Monday, 6th June 2022.

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