The following postgraduate scholarship competitions are currently open
IRC CAROLINE call
The ABC centre is looking for individuals to apply to the CAROLINE fellow funding call and conduct research in bullying and the UN sustainable goals.
Researchers awarded with an Irish Fellowship will be hosted by an RPO in Ireland for two years, with a main mandatory secondment during this time to NGO or IO partners in Ireland for research and/or training. Additional optional placements of up to 3 months will be considered under these Fellowships. To broaden and enrich the skills base of CAROLINE Fellows, the Council will host research and career training programmes. This will support Fellows to develop their communication skills, work effectively with diverse stakeholders and understand how to translate research into policy and practice, as well as project and enhance the impact of the work they do. Deadline: 12th October 2017
More information available at http://research.ie/funding/caroline2/information-for-applicants/
Institute of Education Bursaries
DCU Institute of Education provides one scholarship in each academic School of the Institute for a part-time PhD student over a period of up to 5 years of study. The scholarship will cover tuition fees. Anyone interested in one of these Institute scholarships should initially make contact with the Head of the relevant school and inform them that they are interested in pursuing an PhD on a bullying related topic. Further details are available here. If you intend on submitting an application under this scholarship call please ensure to discuss it first with Dr James O’Higgins Norman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The IRC Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) COFUND Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme entitled CAROLINE
‘Collaborative Research Fellowships for a Responsive and Innovative Europe’ will provide experienced researchers with an opportunity to obtain a prestigious research mobility and career development Fellowship. Successful candidates will carry out research either in Ireland or abroad and will gain inter-sectoral and interdisciplinary exposure through this programme. Deadline May 2017. For more information visit: www.ircset.ie.
If you intend on submitting an application under this scholarship call please ensure to discuss it first with Dr James O’Higgins Norman (email@example.com).
Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship 2017: CALL NOW OPEN
This scheme is intended to support suitably qualified applicants at an early stage of their postdoctoral career to associate with established research teams who have achieved international recognition for their work. These Fellowships can be held for either one or two years as outlined in table below. Deadline November 2016. For more information visit: www.ircset.ie. If you intend on submitting an application under this scholarship call please ensure to discuss it first with Dr James O’Higgins Norman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To profess an interest in an Internship programme, please send your application, outlining your interest in the centre and attaching a C.V. to Dr. James O'Higgins Norman (email@example.com).
Applications should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org