Applications are invited for Fully funded funding for international students in Ireland. Applications are open for international students to pursue PhD degree for the 2018-19 academic year.

The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.

Deadline : 21 September 2018
Study in : Ireland
Providers : The new ALECS Marie Sklodowska-Curie
Course Level : PhD Fellowship Program
Field of Study : Our broad research themes are outlined below. To find out more about the research being undertaken by Lero and by the ALECS academic supervisors, please check the supervisors’ profiles here.

  • Methods and Standards for High Integrity Systems
  • Autonomous and Adaptive Systems
  • Software Performance
  • Security and Privacy

Benefits of funding for international students in Ireland:

Awarding €6.16 billion in the period of 2014 to 2020, the initiative offers researchers attractive working conditions and fosters cross-sector and international mobility. The combination of generous research funding coupled with the possibility to gain experience abroad and in the private sector enables cooperation helps to foster knowledge transfer and boosts researchers’ career prospects.

Eligibility for funding for international students in Ireland: 

  • Eligible Countries: Researchers of any nationality, who comply with the programme’s eligibility requirements, may apply.

    Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:

    The programme will fund 26 fellowships for researchers, who either have a PhD degree or who have at least 4 years equivalent full-time equivalent research experience (in academia or industry).

    Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre is the programme coordinator. However, a degree in Computer Science/Software Engineering (or in a related discipline) is not mandatory. Applications are open to candidates from alternative/complementary disciplines.

    English Language Requirements for the funding for international students in Iireland: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

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