Trinity College Dublin has announced the launch of postgraduate scholarships for Indian students. Trinity College is ranked 65th in the world by the QS World University Rankings.
The university has a long and proud history as an internationally focused university and the launch of sixteen postgraduate scholarships for Indian students is in keeping with that tradition. The scholarships are being offered in any of the university’s taught masters courses offered in Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Health Sciences. Scholarships are valued at €3,000 each for one year. The university’s Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is offering five scholarships in its taught postgraduate courses. The Faculty of Health Sciences is also offering five scholarships in its taught postgraduate courses and the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science is offering four scholarships in its taught postgraduate courses.
Additionally, two postgraduate research scholarships valued at €6,000 per year are being offered for three years for full-time study on a PhD programme. The scholarships can be for postgraduate research in any discipline of the faculty provided the supervision expertise is available.
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, Vice President for Global Relations, Trinity College Dublin, said: “The university offers students a fantastic range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses where they can benefit from a multicultural student experience. This world class education and vibrant student experience equips students with the skills they need to become the leaders and decision makers of tomorrow, ensuring their success and mobility in an increasingly competitive world. We at Trinity are constantly looking to attract people of excellent academic ability for our courses and Indian students have clearly demonstrated they can offer that. Your high educational standards, coupled with good language skills are a perfect fit.”