Constantia Maxwell Faculty Studentship for Eu and Non-eu Students

Applicants are invited to apply for a master position in economic history in Ireland. Applicants should apply as soon as possible.

Students on the Master’s register (either PME or MEd) may apply to be considered for the Constantia Maxwell Faculty Studentship for academic year 2020-21. The value of the studentship is a 3,000 euro contribution towards tuition fees (EU or Non-EU) in academic year 2020/21. It is generously funded by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities (Humanities scholarships) and Social Sciences (Social Sciences scholarships) at Trinity College Dublin.

This studentship is available to NEW entrants (EU and Non-EU) to our PME or MEd programmes for first admission to PME or MEd in September 2020. In order to be eligible to apply, applicants must hold and have officially accepted an Unconditional Offer of a place on one of these programmes by 15th August 2020.

Criteria for evaluating applications for the studentships include: proven academic merit of the candidate and/or their relevant life/work experience and potential within the field of education and/or a related discipline. Other circumstantial factors may be taken into account at the discretion of the Committee. Applications will be reviewed by the School of Education Scholarship Committee and all decisions are final.

This studentship is open to EU and Non-EU postgraduate students undertaking studies on the PME or MEd programmes in 2020/21. It is offered subject to the following conditions:

Applicants who meet the above eligibility criteria and wish to be considered for this studentship must submit ONE item for review. This is a statement of application for the award, submitted no later than 31 August 2020. The statement should include:

In 1909, Constantia Maxwell became the first woman on the Trinity academic staff list after being appointed lecturer (lecturer scholarships) in Modern History. She was a lecturer in history (1909-39), Prof. of Economic History (Economic History scholarships) (1939-45) and then became Lecky Professor of Modern History in 1946.

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