The Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship is currently available to eligible and interested international students who want to study in the UK.
The Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship will provide a scholarship with a maximum four-year term, an annual stipend of €18,500, payment of PhD expenses, and up to €5,000 to assist research work (over the four-year period).
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Level/Field of Study
DCU Business School invites applications for a PhD scholarship. The scholarship is open to applicants who will register in Year 1 of the full-time PhD programme at DCU Business School.
Their PhD programme combines scholarly theory-building with a strong applied focus. Research scholars work under the supervision of academic experts and are an important part of DCU Business School’s vibrant research community. The scholarship will allow the successful student to undertake research in one of the following academic groups:
- Work, Psychology & Strategy
- Enterprise & Innovation
- Financial & Operational Performance
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Eligibility for the Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship
For you to be considered for this scholarship, you need to fulfil the following requirements
- to meet DCU’s PhD qualifying requirements. Successful applicants must meet DCU’s PhD eligibility requirements (https://www.dcu.ie/registry/making-postgraduate-research-application). They will typically have a master’s degree with honours (taught or by research). Students in their final year of a master’s degree are eligible to apply.
- and hold a master’s degree with honours (taught or by research). Students in their last year of a master’s degree are eligible to apply.
- have the backing of an academic supervisor from DCU Business School Potential super meet DCU’s PhD eligibility criteria
- have the backing of academic supervisor from DCU Business School Potential supervisors can be found on the DCU Business School website,
- they must meet the visa criteria for Ireland before the start of a scholarship. International applicants will not be able to receive scholarship funds until they arrive in Ireland, open a bank account, and apply for a passport.
Deadline for the Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship
The Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship deadline is 15th August. Dublin City University will stop accepting applications after the said day.
The award will begin on November 1. Please keep in mind that international applicants who intend to travel to Ireland must first meet the visa requirements for Ireland before beginning a scholarship. International applicants will not be eligible for scholarship payments until they arrive in Ireland, open a bank account, and apply for a PPS number.
Successful scholars will be required to perform six hours of relevant academic service per week on average. This service could include tutorials, lectures, grading, research assistance, or other activities deemed relevant to the scholar’s personal and professional development.
How to Apply for Dublin City University Business School PhD Scholarship
If you are interested and qualified, click on the button below to begin the application process and access the application form.
The following types of scholarships will be awarded:
A scholarship with an annual stipend of €18,500 (up to four years); payment of PhD fees (up to four years); and up to €5,000 to support research activity (over the four-year period).
The award will begin on November 1, 2022.
Dublin City University Business School
Dublin City University Business School places innovation at the heart of everything they do, just as today’s organisations operate in a business environment that requires constant innovation, adaptability, and reinvention to succeed. They respond to people, organisations, and societies’ needs with agility and dynamism. They do this to ensure that academic programmes are cutting-edge and that DCU graduates enter the workforce with the most up-to-date and relevant knowledge and skills. Since its inception in 1980, its long-standing relationship with industry has been the hallmark of its educational approach.