Applications are now open for the Walsh Scholarships Knowledge Transfer Programmes 2021.
The MSc Agricultural Extension and Innovation and MSc Agricultural Innovation Support are collaborative funded programmes delivered by UCD and Teagasc for graduates with an interest and ambition to work in advisory and education roles. These programmes involve placement within Teagasc advisory and educational services where the student gets the opportunity to learn from experienced mentors.
Both programmes start in September 2021 with limited funded places available.
An information event was held on Tuesday 6th April – RECORDING COMING SOON
The MSc Agricultural Extension and Innovation is a 24-month taught master’s programme involving full time mentored placement in a Teagasc advisory office while completing modules using reflective and blended learning.
The MSc Agricultural Innovation Support is a 21-month research master’s programme involving a 15-month placement in a Teagasc advisory office or agricultural college researching critical issues around the role of knowledge transfer in supporting farmer decision making and technology adoption. Topics for application to this programme are listed below:
Applicants must hold an upper second-class honours degree in agricultural science or equivalent discipline that meets the educational qualification requirements of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and the Marine for the Farm Advisory System (FAS).
- Applicants with a pass degree coupled with significant and appropriate work experience may also be considered.
- Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent.
HOW TO APPLY
Application to these programmes is directly through the UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science.
For more information, please email email@example.com.
Closing date for applications is Friday, 28th May at 17:00hrsWalsh Scholarship Knowledge Transfer Masters - Programme Informationpdf|pdf