The UCD School of Philosophy Newman Trust MA Scholarships 2018-19

The UCD School of Philosophy is pleased to announce 2 MA scholarships for students wishing to enrol in the MA programmes in the UCD School of Philosophy and write their minor dissertation on an aspect of the work or legacy of John Henry Newman.

The scholarships will provide a significant contribution (minimum 50% up to possible 100%) to the cost of tuition fees. Scholarships are open to Irish, EU and International applicants. The scholarships are endowed by the Newman Trust.

John Henry Newman (1801-1890) was a leading intellectual, religious thinker, philosopher and literary figure whose works include The Idea of a University (1852), An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent (1870), and Apologia Pro Vita Sua (1864). Newman was the founder of the Catholic University of Ireland that led to the establishment of University College Dublin.

Before making an application to the Newman MA Scholarship please apply online to your chosen programmes at www.ucd.ie/apply. In addition to formally applying for admission, applicants are requested to email a brief description of what aspect(s) of Newman's work most interests them to the School Manager. Closing date for receipt of the completed online application to the programme and scholarship application is 19 June 2018.

For further information on all of the above, please contact the School Manager.

In order to be considered for all the above awards, applicants should apply to the MA programme at the UCD School of Philosophy by Tuesday, June 19th.

Past Scholarship recipients

2014-15: Nora Sullivan, Ulysses Ryan Flynn
2015-16: Ross Ferrara, Christopher DuPee
2017-18: Dhanya Raghavan, John Rogers


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