The Institute of Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool wishes to award two Busteed Postdoctoral Fellowship Prizes. These are intended to enhance the career of successful applicants engaged on research with an Irish theme, in particular research in the field of early modern and modern history and literature with…more »
Irish Studies at Queen’s University Belfast has two fees bursaries worth £3000 each available for North American applicants to the MA in Irish Studies in 2017
Click on the link to apply for a Mary McNeill Scholarship in Irish Studies (closes 5th May 2017): https://www.qub.ac.uk…more »
The Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand and the editors of the Australasian Journal of Irish Studies are delighted to announce the ISAANZ Postgraduate student essay competition for 2017. The competition is open to any student enrolled in an Masters or Doctoral level program at any institution for…more »
The editors of the Australasian Journal of Irish Studies and the committee of ISAANZ are delighted to announce the 2017 ISAANZ Irish Studies Postgraduate Essay prize. Entry is open to anyone enrolled in MA or PhD program between June 2016 and June 2017 at any institution. Essays on any aspect…more »
The Center for Irish Programs at Boston College is seeking candidates for the position of Burns Visiting Scholar. This appointment in Irish studies is open to academics, writers, artists, journalists, librarians and notable public figures and may be held for one semester or for a whole academic year. Applications are…more »
The 2016 Gaeltacht Summer Awards competition is now open for submission. The application period is now open for the 6th year of the Ireland-United States Commission for Educational Exchange’s Gaeltacht Summer Awards until the deadline of 5pm, Sunday 28 February 2016.
Please note that if you are enrolled…more »
The William B. Neenan, S.J. Visiting Fellowship at Boston College-Ireland
Applications are invited for the William B. Neenan, S.J. Visiting Fellowship, to be held at Boston College-Ireland, during 2016. The Fellowship is named to honour the work of Fr. Neenan, who first came to Boston College…more »
The School of English, Drama and Film, UCD is pleased to announce the launch of the Gus Martin Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama. The scholarship will provide full tuition (international fee) to a graduate of a North American college/university to pursue the UCD MA in…more »
There is still time to learn about a Masters of Arts in Irish and Irish-American Studies at New York University and about the application process for fall 2015.
Significant financial aid is now available for students entering the MA in Irish and Irish-American Studies, including assistance for students…more »
Scholarship opportunities are available for students entering the MA in Critical Irish Studies at the University of Limerick.
Applications are invited from all prospective postgraduate students, including current undergraduate students due to graduate in 2015.
This MA will address current issues in Ireland and the Irish diaspora, with particular attention…more »
The Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand has pleasure in announcing the 2015 ISAANZ Postgraduate Essay prize. Due to changes in the publishing schedule of Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, the timelines are different this year and so the due date is 16th March 2015.
With the support of a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant, the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame invites applications for its faculty fellowship program. The NEH Keough-Naughton Fellowship will enable an outstanding scholar to continue his or her research while in…more »
A reminder that the ISAANZ postgraduate essay prize due date is getting closer. Due 22nd August.
ISAANZ Postgraduate Essay Prize in Irish Studies
The editors of the Australasian Journal of Irish Studies and the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand are delighted to announce the 2014 ISAANZ Irish…more »
The O’Donnell Fellowship commemorates the donation to Newman College, University of Melbourne, of the personal library of Melbourne-based doctor and Irish scholar, Nicholas Michael O’Donnell (1862-1920). This collection of books, pamphlets and manuscripts, many in the Irish language, was presented in 1924, ‘subject only to the…more »
An Foras Feasa Research Institute (NUI Maynooth) and The Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy are pleased to announce the call for applications for the Visiting Fellowship Scheme in the Humanities at NUI Maynooth, for the academic year 2014 -2015.
Fellows will receive an office space and office facilities…more »
NUIM is pleased to announce the availability of two scholarships for the MA in Digital Humanities at An Foras Feasa for 2014-15. Application is open to undergraduates completing their degrees and those returning to education. The MA in Digital humanities melds theory and practice, exposing students to high end…more »
The editors of the Australasian Journal of Irish Studies and the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand are delighted to announce the 2014 ISAANZ Irish Studies Postgraduate Essay prize.
Publication of the winning essay in Australasian Journal of Irish Studies
A cash prize of AUD$300…more »
Glucksman Ireland House NYU is pleased to announce that significant financial aid is now available for students entering the MA in Irish and Irish-American Studies. Scholarships are available for students in the following fields:
Irish Music and Cultural Studies
What Are The Gaeltacht Summer Awards?
It is an opportunity for Irish Language Learners in the U.S. to spend two to six weeks studying Irish in the Gaeltachtaί.
The grants are sponsored by the Department of Arts, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht, the National Lottery of Ireland, and the Ireland…more »
The School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy at Queen’s University Belfast is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for a PhD student working on the following project, to begin in September 2014:
Debating the “Northern Ireland Model”: Lessons from and for other Conflict Regions (Dr. Peter McLoughlin/Dr…more »
Applications are now invited for the IACI-NUI Galway Fellowship 2014-15. The fellowship provides an ideal opportunity to scholars normally resident in the United States who wish to spend a semester (not less than four months) at the Centre for Irish Studies, NUI Galway, and whose work relates to…more »