The Haddad Foundation and the Brazilian Association of Irish Studies (ABEI) will jointly offer one fellowship to a Brazilian student to pursue one of the postgraduate courses listed above. Applicants will be evaluated based on their academic merit, ability to contribute to the scholarship program, and verification of a Trinity offer.
Trinity College Dublin M.Phil.
- Master of Philosophy in Literary Translation
- Master of Philosophy in Modern Irish History
- Phil. in Irish Literature
About the Scholarship:
Trinity is Ireland’s top-ranked university, having been founded in 1592. Trinity’s spectacular campus, located in the heart of Ireland’s bustling capital city, is home to a community of scholars at the forefront of research and teaching. Trinity College Dublin offers a unique chance to combine a strong academic program with an unequaled array of cultural, social, and professional activities by combining historic traditions with world-renowned research excellence centers. Trinity, which is ranked first in Ireland and 104th in the world (QS University Rankings 2018), provides a rigorous academic education to all of its students. Trinity students receive a world-class education at a premier university for both teaching and research, with over 600 degree options, a deposit library with over 6 million volumes, and researchers who generate €70 million in external funding annually. The University’s stunning campus of historic buildings and cobblestoned walkways contrasts with its state-of-the-art facilities and world-renowned centres of excellence where cutting-edge research takes place, bringing together a vibrant international community of almost 17,000 students and 2,860 staff. Trinity University offers courses in a wide range of subjects, from languages and literature to nanoscience and biomedical engineering, through its 24 academic schools. Trinity College Dublin also houses Ireland’s largest library, and Dublin International Airport serves Europe and North America on a regular basis. Trinity is a leading worldwide research center and a world leader in Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Immunology, Mathematics, Engineering, Psychology, Politics, English, and many more fields. The Trinity campus lies in the midst of one of the world’s most popular and safe cities. Dublin, the 37th greatest student city in the world, is a vibrant and multicultural European capital. All Trinity students will be greeted with a warm welcome. Trinity believes that a diverse campus enhances everyone’s Trinity Experience, enhances their personal development, and enriches the university’s culture. There’s something for everyone with over 170 clubs and organisations, including numerous foreign groups. Student organizations are not just a hobby at Trinity; they are an important aspect of your education.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Trinity College Dublin
Scholarship Country: Ireland
Scholarship Worth: €15,000
Study Level: Fellowship
Nationality: Brazilian Students
The Fellowship covers one year’s worth of international tuition fees (2022–2023) as well as a monthly stipend of €15,000. After the papers are fully filled out, the winner should be advised that the stipend will be given from October 2022 to September 2023.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- The student must have finished their undergraduate degree at the time of enrolment.
- This fellowship program is not open to PhD students or holders of a PhD degree.
- This fellowship program is open to candidates who are regularly enrolled in a postgraduate study or who hold a postgraduate degree (excluding a PhD).
- Brazilian nationals with dual European citizenship are no longer eligible for this scholarship program as of this year, encouraging graduates to return to Brazil after completing their studies.
- Candidates must be residing in Brazil at the time of registration to be eligible for Non-EU fees.
- Candidates must have an overall grade point average of at least 7.1 for undergraduates or an A or B for postgraduates.
- The student cannot be enrolled in an exchange program.
- The student must be (or become) a member of the ABEI and pay the membership fee on time. Visit the ABEI website.
- Students are welcome to apply before receiving an admission offer. Only candidates who have received an admission offer by 15 June 2022 will be considered for the award.
ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship Interview Dates, Process, and Location
Candidates will be interviewed after their applications have been pre-selected by a board appointed by the Haddad Fellowship and the ABEI. On the 15th of June, Trinity will be consulted about the candidates’ admittance status. Suitable scholarship candidates who have not received an offer of admission from Trinity by that time will be disqualified. The Trinity decision-making process varies each school, so you may have to wait a while for an update. The winners will be announced on June 20, 2022. This date is subject to change, as it is heavily influenced by Trinity College Dublin’s decision-making process.
The Trinity College Dublin 2022-2023 ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship is open to al lBrazilian students
Please adhere to the word limit to the letter. Excessive letters and papers may be ruled invalid and result in disqualification.
- Form for registering. On the ABEI website, you can download the form.
- Academic Curriculum Vitae (students must present their Lattes CV).
- a copy of the original transcripts of the candidate If the candidate’s overall grade isn’t displayed, a document displaying the candidate’s overall grade must be presented as well.
- In English, write a letter of interest (1000–1500 words). Apart from establishing their commitment to Irish Studies, candidates must explain why they choose the course, their academic interests, and how their research project or current study program will benefit.
- The proposal’s abstract (up to 500 words). The candidate must describe briefly the preliminary project that they aim to carry out at Trinity College Dublin.
- Letter from a friend (up to 500 words). The candidate must explain how they intend to contribute to the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship program and demonstrate their dedication to it.
- A recent English-language scholarly publication (up to 3000 words). The candidate must have prepared the academic paper, which will be used to assess the candidate’s mastery of the English language and academic ability. You may produce a new paper or present one that was earlier prepared for another course. No one other than the candidate may translate the academic paper.
- A copy of the student’s passport, which must be valid for at least the duration of the exchange.
- A certificate demonstrating English proficiency. The ABEI/Haddad Fellowship committee will accept any diploma that meets the standards established by Trinity College Dublin. While there is an overall norm at Trinity College Dublin, particular courses may require higher scores. Candidates should review the course webpage for details on the requirements and contact TCD if they have any questions.
- [email protected] received two English-language reference letters. Note that referees (rather than candidates) must provide reference letters via email.
The application deadline for Trinity College Dublin 2022-2023 ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship Is April 1, 2022