University College Cork (UCC) and the Cork Opera House (COH) invite applicants for doctoral scholarships for European and non-EU students. The successful candidate will be supervised by Dr. Jillian Rogers and will be enrolled in the Music Department of the UCC School of Music and Theater.
Scholarship Provider: The UCC School of Music and Theater offers postgraduate and doctoral training through world class teachers, opportunities to interact with staff and students working in a wide range of theatrical and musical sub-disciplines. to abundant collections of resources detailing the history of opera in and beyond the city of Cork.
If English is not your first language, you must meet the university’s English requirements for graduate courses.
Application Deadline:September, 30th.
Academic Level: Scholarships are available to pursue a PhD program.
Subject: Scholarships are awarded to Cork Opera House; Social and historical perspectives.
The benefits of the scholarships: the doctoral scholarship of the School of Music and Theater (UCC) and the Cork Opera (COH) at the Cork Opera House; The social and historical perspectives will be granted in the form of fee waivers and an allowance of 10,000 € per year for a maximum of three years full-time (or 6 years part-time) from the date of first registration ( September 2018 or January 19).
To be eligible for this award, you must meet the following requirements:
- The PhD Scholarship of the School of Music and Theater (UCC) and the Cork Opera House (COH) at the Cork Opera House; The social and historical perspectives will be granted in the form of a waiver of fees and an allowance of € 10,000 pa for a maximum of three years full-time (or 6 years part-time) from the date of first registration (September 2018 or January 19).
- This doctoral scholarship is for a student who wishes to do research for the PhD (or PhD Track, as a pathway to a doctorate) at the School of Music and Theater at University College Cork, Ireland. Applicants must have at least a second grade (Grade 1) or equivalent in their first or subsequent years.
- Applications are invited by students who will begin a PhD program (or PhD Track, as a path to a PhD) in September 2018 or January 2019. Applicants who are upgraded to a MPhil or a PhD Track are not eligible.
- The scholarships are open to European and non-European students.
- The successful UCC-COH PhD student will be registered in the music department of the School of Music and Drama and will be supervised by Dr. Jillian Rogers.
Eligible nationalities: The scholarships are open to European and non-European students.
English Language Requirements: Applicants should also have a solid proficiency in the English language (at least level B2).
Applicants should send a scanned pdf of their academic transcripts, a current CV and two letters of recommendation. All documentation must be sent in Word or PDF format by email only. Incomplete applications, requests printed or received after the closing date will not be considered. Applications that exceed the limits of the number of words will be penalized.