Mary McNeill, author of The life and times of Mary Ann McCracken, and a leading figure in the Irish Association, was a distinguished Irish historian. This scholarship is founded in her memory.
Two scholarships to the value of £3,000 each are available for well–qualified students enrolling in the one–year MA in Irish Studies at the Queen’s University of Belfast in September 2020. This scholarship is open only to residents of the USA or Canada, enrolling as overseas students on this MA course, and will take the form of a fee bursary covering part of their studnet fees.
Applications will be judged by a panel chaired by the Director of Irish Studies on the basis of academic merit and reasons for taking the course.
Closing date for applications is Friday 1st May 2020, by 5pm UK time.
Download an Application Form: McNeill Scholarship 2020
Tuition Fees for Home and International Students: Postgraduate taught courses (MA) and Research (PhD)
The postgraduate tuition fees charged by Queen's are considerably lower than those of other universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In addition, Belfast is one of the most affordable student cities in Europe.
For current rates, see the relevant fees pages on the University's website: http://www.qub.ac.uk/Study/Feesandfinance/
The Graduate School website provides details on sources for Postgraduate Funding at Queen's University.
Info on QUB Taught Masters Studentships is at: http://www.qub.ac.uk/International/International-students/International-scholarships/taught-masters-scholarships/
The amount and types of postgraduate scholarships available each year may vary.
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