Opportunities to carry out research in the Technological Higher Education Institutions (THEIs) at Masters and Doctoral level occur regularly. The THEIs are interested in attracting talented individuals worldwide who would like to complete a Masters by Research or Doctoral Degree. One strong element of many of our research degree programmes is the opportunity to work closely with enterprise or community partners. The technological sector adheres to the principles outlined in the National Framework for Doctoral Education, which is a framework that underpins excellence in all forms of research education.
|AIT||President’s Seed Fund|
|CIT||CIT Rísam PhD Scholarship|
|IT Carlow||President's Research Fellowship Scholarship|
|DIT||DIT Fiosraigh Scholarship Programme|
|GMIT||GMIT Research and Innovation Strategic Endowment (RISE)|
|iadt||Masters by Research Scholarships|
|LIT||Funded Research Positions|
|President’s Bursary Scheme|
|IT Tallaght||ITTD President's Research Award Scheme|
|IT Tralee||IT Tralee Scholarship Programme - Master by Research|
|WIT||President’s PhD scholarships and WIT/Industry Co-Fund PhD scholarships|
Postgraduate scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships are also available through funding calls issued by the Irish Research Council. More information can be found at www.research.ie
The European Commission Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions offers postdoctoral fellowships through various funding calls. More information can be found by contacting the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Office at www.iua.ie/mariecurie.
If you would like to apply for any of these funding schemes with a THEI, please contact them directly for more information.
Additional opportunities and advice on moving to Ireland as a researcher can be found at www.euraxess.ie