Merit-based scholarships are available for the NEW Masters programme in International Politics at Trinity College Dublin. Trinity’s M.Sc. in International Politics offers graduate students a combination of rigorous training in the study of international politics with a comprehensive empirical approach to understanding many prominent problems in contemporary world politics, especially topics where domestic and international politics cannot be understood in isolation from each other. These topics include democratisation, international cooperation, development and foreign aid, international conflict as well as the politics of many environmental issues and their implications for the politics of developing countries. Students will also receive training in research methods.
Merit-based scholarships are available for the incoming cohort that enters the programme in September 2010. One full-fees scholarship (EU or non-EU fees as relevant to the beneficiary) will be awarded for each Masters programme on offer in the Department. The Department will also offer a limited number of partial fee awards. For information on how to apply for these merit-based scholarships, please visit the courses website.
- Master Scholarships in Comparative European Politics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- PhD Student in Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- MSc Research Studentship at the Fluids, Vibration & Acoustics Group, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- PhD Studentships in Political Science, University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland
- PhD Studentships in Software Engineering, The Lero Graduate School in Software Engineering (LGSSE), Ireland
- PhD Studentships in Advanced Electronic Transport Theory, Ireland & Saudi Arabia
- Master Scholarships, School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, Dublin City University, Ireland
- PhD Studentship in Computer Vision based Advanced Geotechnologies, Ireland
- International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) Summer School in Dublin, Ireland
- PhD Studentships in Bioinformatics / Computational Biology, University College Cork, Ireland