Hibernia College is offering 2 PhD Scholarships!

Hibernia College is offering two full-time PhD Scholarships, worth a stipend of €16,000 plus fees per year.

The scholarship application deadline is Monday 26 May 2014.

PhD Programme

Through its Hibernia/Plymouth Research Node, the college is offering the opportunity for further academic development by working towards a PhD through either full-time (4 years) or part-time (6 years) research.

Hibernia College’s PhD in Education offers full and part-time students the ability to undertake doctoral studies in education, with a particular focus on four key research areas:

The impact of learning technologies on learning experiences
Innovation in teaching, learning and assessment
Innovation in teacher education
Internationalisation of postgraduate programmes in teacher education

Who is this PhD programme for?
The programme is suitable for people who have a particular research question or topic in mind in the field of education, and wish to explore this through independent study in order to produce an original contribution to the subject.

For more information: http://hiberniacollege.com/courses/phd-programme/

Why are rankings and accreditations important when choosing an MBA?

The following video explains why rankings & accreditations are extremely important when you deciding what MBA to do!!

Check out some of the people who would recommend the Smurfit MBA course

I want to study in Ireland where can I get the information I need to make a decision?

Deciding on where to go abroad to study is a very difficult decision so in order to simplify your decision I have picked out some of the best websites which aim to make it as easy as possible to decide whether or not Ireland is where you would like to study! Okay here goes!!

If you know very little about Ireland I would suggest taking a look at the Education in Ireland website www.educationinireland.com

Education in Ireland website www.educationinireland.com

Education in Ireland website www.educationinireland.com

The Education in Ireland website essentially answers 5 questions!!

1. Why you should study in Ireland
2. Where you are study in Ireland (it lists all the Irish universities, institutes of technology and private colleges)
3. What you can study (you can search for any course in Ireland in this section of the website)
4. How to apply for a course in Ireland, this section is divided up into EU application procedures and Non EU application procedures! You will also find a list of scholarships that are available to international students
5. Living in Ireland, this section describes what you need to do before you leave your country, what you need to do when you arrive in Ireland for the first time, for example you would need to register with the GNIB etc, you can also find out about working in Ireland, the health care system, shopping etc! Very useful information!!

Another very useful website to help you make up your mind about Ireland is the international student blog, basically what you will read on this particular blog is what international students get up while they are studying in Ireland! They also give some very practical advice to students who are thinking about coming to Ireland to study!

Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Blog

Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Blog

Here are a few examples of what they write about:

1. Oman to Ireland : My Story
2. Finding your perfect study abroad destination
3. Why studying abroad in Ireland is the best
4. Finding a Hidden Gem!

5. Studying in Ireland: A hundred thousand welcomes

If you have made your decision that Ireland is the place for you there are a couple of things you must do such as check to see if you need a student visa, so the next step is to visit the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service website!

The INIS website

The INIS website

What Ireland’s International Students are saying about studying in here!

Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Blog

Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Blog

If you are interested in studying in Ireland and are really unsure about where to go why not have a look at what the Education in Ireland Student Ambassadors bloggers have to say about their experiences! You can find out about what an introverted student thinks of the experience, tips about where you should definitely visit, volunteering in Ireland, how international students celebrate St Patrick’s day in Ireland and lots of other interesting stuff!! Check out the Student Ambassador blog http://blog.educationinireland.com/

Study in Ireland – Where Careers that Matter Begin!!

Global Issues Masters

Where careers that matter begin

From past presidents to rock stars, Ireland’s outspoken voices reflect a past of colonisation and famine – and a present as a leader in conflict resolution and development. Its centres of excellence on global issues have real credibility – academically and in practice – attracting students globally.

If you are planning a career with an international dimension, whether in development, public service, politics or academia, studying in Ireland will help you to view the world from an alternative perspective. Moreover, it will open up a wealth of challenging and influential lecturers, visiting professors, placement opportunities, shared alumina and careers.

To find out more about these courses go to http://www.educationinireland.com/en/What-can-I-study-/Global-Issue-Programmes/

100% Scholarship for BTech Aircraft Maintenance & Operations @UL

BTech Aircraft Maintenance and Operations

100% Scholarship !
The Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Limerick is delighted to announce one full scholarship available for the full 4 years duration for the new BTech in Aircraft Maintenance and Operations programme.

The Bachelor of Technology in Aircraft Maintenance and Operations programme is an exciting new four year degree course offered by the University of Limerick’s Department of Aeronautical Engineering, in partnership with the Lufthansa Technik AG subsidiary, Shannon Aerospace. Delivering a unique blend of academic and industry-focused content, the programme is designed to equip students for senior positions in the aircraft industry.

This programme provides the opportunity to:

Gain an honours Bachelor of Technology degree from one of the most respected Aeronautical Engineering departments in Europe in collaboration with the Lufthansa Technik AG subsidiary Shannon Aerospace.
Satisfy the basic knowledge requirements for the internationally recognised EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) in category C, via 13 EASA modules embedded in the degree programme and delivered by highly experienced aviation industry tutors from Shannon Aerospace.
Experience multi-faceted exposure to the aircraft industry in an English-speaking environment during the degree via:
Interaction with highly experienced aviation industry tutors for the EASA modules on the programme
On-aircraft structured training period in a “live” aircraft maintenance environment (Lufthansa Technik AG Shannon Aerospace) just 30 minutes from the University
Semester days at the aircraft maintenance facility
This generous scholarship will cover 1 students tuition fees for the full 4 years of the programme and has the following eligibility criteria:

Applicants must be self-funding and classified as non-EU for tuition fee purposes
At the deadline applicants must hold an firm offer for the BTech in Aircraft Maintenance and Operations
The successful candidate will be selected on merit (no application required for the scholarship)
The Scholarship award is renewable annually subject to the student maintaining an annual grade point average of no less than 3.0
The closing date for application is the 7th July 2014
Decisions will be made by the Faculty after the 7th July 2014. All decisions are final
For further information on this initiative please contact the International Education Division

Dublin City University International Scholarships High Achiever Scholarship Scheme, Indian Students 2014

High Achiever Scholarship Scheme, Indian Students 2014

High Achiever Scholarship Scheme, Indian Students 2014

Dublin City University – Ireland’s only University ranked in the QS Top 50 under 50

Undergraduate Study

5 x Undergraduate
Tuition Fee Scholarships €3,000 each for 1st Year & €2,000 for subsequent years

Postgraduate Study

5 x Postgraduate Scholarships of €2,000

For more information https://www4.dcu.ie/international/fees.shtml

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