College of Social Sciences and Law (Archaeology/World Heritage) PhD Scholarships
The School of Archaeology is offering one PhD scholarship under the College of Social Science and Law Research Scholarship scheme for applicants for the Archaeology PhD or World Heritage PhD. Across the College, 15 scholarships are being offered. The awards are intended to underline both the College and University’s commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research and graduate education. The overall aim is to attract applicants of the highest academic standards to participate in and expand School-based structured PhD programmes in the College of Social Sciences and Law (CSSL). Applicants are advised to consult the staff profiles of the members of the School to identify areas of research excellence and supervisory experience. In order to apply for the scholarships, students must submit a PhD application via the normal school process. Details of that process can be found here. Please state clearly in your application that you are applying for the CSSL Research Scholarships otherwise you will not be considered for the awards. Before applying potential applicants should read the scholarship terms and conditions.
Further information on availability of these will be available closer to the application deadline in Spring.
Enquiries should be directed to
Professor Aidan O'Sullivan, Graduate Director,
UCD School of Archaeology,
University College Dublin,