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Research Opportunities

Research Opportunities

Postgraduate Opportunities

Opportunities to carry out research in THEA member institutions at Masters and Doctoral level occur regularly. The institutions 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 institutions adhere to the principles outlined in the National Framework for Doctoral Education, which is a framework that underpins excellence in all forms of research education. For information on funded research opportunities in THEA member institutions, please see the links in the list below.

Institution Scholarship Scheme

ATU

Research Vacancies (Galway and Mayo Campuses) 

Postgraduate Opportunities (Donegal Campuses)

President’s Bursary Scheme (Sligo Campus)

DkIT

Postgraduate Opportunities

TUS

Funded Research Positions  (Midwest Campus) 

President’s Seed Fund (Midlands Campus) 

IADT Masters by Research Scholarships

SETU

President's Research Fellowship Scholarship (Carlow Campus)

Funded Research Opportunities (Waterford Campus)

Postdoctoral and Other Opportunities

Irish Research Council: Offers postgraduate scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships through annual calls for proposals. More information can be found at www.research.ie. If you would like to apply for a scholarship or fellowship with a THEA member institution, please contact them directly for more information. 

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions: Offers postdoctoral fellowships funded by the European Commission via an annual call for proposals. More information can be found by contacting the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Office here. If you would like to apply for a fellowship with a THEA member institution, please contact them directly for more information.  

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND Schemes: Offers postdoctoral fellowship co-funded by the European Commission and national organisations via regular calls for proposals. More information can be found on the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Office website here. If you would like to apply for a fellowship with a THEA member institution, please contact them directly for more information.  

Postdoctoral and Research Engineer Vacancies: Please refer to institutions' websites for opportunities. Links are available here on the Research & Innovation home page.  

Supports: Advice on moving to Ireland as a researcher can be found at www.euraxess.ie
 

 

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