This programme offers scholarships for suitably qualified individuals to pursue a research master’s or PhD (either traditional or structured), in any discipline, at eligible higher education institutions in Ireland. In addition, a number of targeted scholarships are offered in collaboration with our strategic funding partners.

What we offer

  • a stipend of €16,000 per annum
  • a contribution to fees, including non-EU fees, up to a maximum of €5,750 per annum
  • eligible direct research expenses of €2,250 per annum

How to apply

Potential applicants should read the 2018 Terms and Conditions carefully to ascertain whether or not they are eligible to apply. Indicative versions of the applicant, supervisor and referee forms are provided for information purposes only. All participants must create and submit their forms via the online system.

http://research.ie/funding/goipg/?f=postgraduate

Key dates

Deadline Date
FAQ deadline 25 October 2017
Applicant deadline 16:00 (Irish time) 1 November 2017
Supervisor and referee deadline 16:00 (Irish time) 8 November 2017
Research office endorsement deadline 16:00 (Irish time) 15 November 2017
Call outcome End of March 2018
Scholarship start date 1 October 2018

Please note that the timings provided here are indicative and may be subject to change.

If you do not find the answer to your query in the call documentation, you should contact the research office in your proposed institution which will provide information and clarification on the call. Research offices can send any queries they are unable to clarify to postgrad@research.ie.

For reasons of transparency and fairness to all applicants, the Council will not enter into written or telephone correspondence with any individual about the assessment process or their eligibility to apply.

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  1. Olororo Issa
    Olororo Issa

    TEACHERS REWARD NO LONGER IN HEAVEN.
    Teaching profession is as old as human existence and history is very rich in the names of great teachers whose teachings and the mode of living made what man is today. Since education constitutes the basis for economics, social and political orientations, it then means that teachers are no doubt the most powerful instrument for progress in any nation. Motivation comes through good condition of sevice. The notion that the reward of teachers is in heaven is irritating, unacceptable and anachronistic.
    Why is it that it is only teachers’ reward that should be in heaven? After all, what is good for the goose is equally good for the gander. Most people have forgotten that teachers are indeed the goose that laid the golden egg. In the book “My life” by Late Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto described the role of teachers analogically, thus “the daily growth of a tree passes unnoticed by those that see it every day and it is only by casting their minds back along the years that they can realise the extent of the gradual development”.
    After all, Teachers patronize the same market that soldiers, police, bankers, business men and women patronize”. Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo once asserted that “social problems elude social solutions simply because people do not call things by their names”. Late Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto also said in one of his speeches in 1951 that “I think that teachers deserve the greatest respect. The current plight of teachers deserve the sympathy of all Nigerians. Teachers are trained to love their students. Their products that eventually become leaders in governance must love them in reciprocal.
    The government should butter the bread of teachers with improved condition of service. If we leave the future to look after itself, we will discover that when the future becomes the present, our problems will multiply in which the next generation will no doubt be in jeopardy.

    Happy Teachers Day.

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