Friday 15 October 2010

Doctoral Fellowships at the Irish Centre for Human Rights

The Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway is currently accepting applications for two Doctoral Fellowships.  The successful candidates will engage in 20 hours of research and administrative tasks per week for the Irish Centre for Human Rights, in addition to pursuing their own doctoral research. 

These Fellowships is scheduled to begin on 1 November 2010 and are available for a period of 12 months, and may be extended for an additional 12 months, dependent upon funding and satisfactory progress. The Fellowships consist of an annual stipend of €16,000 and do not cover tuition fees. The holder is expected to reside in Galway, Ireland and will carry out the required activities at the Irish Centre for Human Rights.
Those interested in applying should submit a covering letter, curriculum vitae and two letters of reference by 5pm on Wednesday 27 October 2010 to: Current doctoral students need only submit a letter of interest which may contain any additional information of relevance.
The successful candidate, if not already on the programme, will be required to submit a full application for the doctoral programme, and the final award is conditional on admission by the University. Further details on the doctoral programme at the Irish Centre for Human Rights are available here

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