There are many scholarships to be awarded to international students enrolled at UCCD. The scholarship application must be completed online prior to the selection of your UCD programs on the Site.
Once your application is approved for admission to an eligible UCD programme you may also apply for stipends. UCD Global has an international student scholarship program with the highest possible percentage.
Please select a country from the drop-down menu to see if a scholarship for a student from your country is available. This will also help you get your scholarship application.
UCD Scholarships For International students Overview
Interested and qualified local and foreign students who want to pursue a postgraduate degree in Ireland can apply right now at the University College Dublin in Ireland.
The University College Dublin Postgraduate Scholarship has an annual value of €24,000, which includes a €18,000 stipend. The maximum annual university fees for EU citizens are €6,000.
One of the top research-intensive institutions in Europe, UCD offers undergraduate education, master’s and PhD programs, as well as opportunities for research and teaching.
- Host Country: Ireland
- Study Abroad: Study in Europe
- Category: Postgraduate Scholarships | PhD Scholarships
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Reward: €24,000 per year
- Deadline: August 5, 2022
The four year PhD Scholarship is a joint research project between Teagasc Moorepark and the School of Agriculture and Food Science at University College Dublin (UCD).
The student will be based at Teagasc Moorepark and registered at UCD, working under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Herron (Teagasc) and Michael Wallace (UCD).
The objective of this PhD scholarship is to assess the economic consequences of crop-livestock-related circularity and subsequently develop an economic incentive framework to encourage circular farming.
The PhD scholarship is part of the ReLIVE project, a transnational ERA-Net project funded by the EU, participating national funding agencies and the Global Research Alliance.
The program will coordinate with international partners to evaluate the financial effects of chosen management strategies that can reduce GHG emissions and boost carbon sequestration.
To be considered for the University College Dublin Scholarship, you must:
- Hold or expect to hold a first or upper second class honours degree in an appropriate discipline.
- Be highly self-motivated and have a strong understanding of livestock and cropping systems.
- Be fluent in English (spoken and written). For applicants whose first language is not English, English Proficiency certificates are required.
Scholarship Duration and Reward
- The scholarship funding is €24,000 per annum which includes €18,000 stipend and University fees for EU citizen fees are a maximum of €6,000 per year.
To apply, candidates must be ready to submit the following documents;
- Cover Letter
How To Apply
Those interested in applying should send Dr. Jonathan Herron a CV and cover letter outlining their qualifications and experience at jonathan.herron @teagasse.