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These scholarships are important, not just because of the financial support they provide, but also because of the psychological support in terms of knowing that someone believed that I could do well in UCD.
In my experience, the scholarship component of greatest significance is the provision of an academic mentor to all scholars in their chosen field of study. This is useful when seeking reassurance, guidance, assistance or support at any interval.
The Fellows deliver world-class research across a wide spectrum of disciplines bringing enormous benefit to Ireland and the international community.
The 2015 annual Maeve Binchy UCD Travel Award winner is John McHugh. From Barna, Co Galway, John is a current Masters in Fine Arts student at University College Dublin where he is working towards the completion of his debut short story collection. Read more
UCD College of Science hosted “Light and Shadow” in UCD O’Brien Centre for Science on Saturday 23 May and were delighted to welcome UCD alumni, donors, staff, families and friends to celebrate the International Year of Light. It was very successful event with exhibitions, talks, demonstrations and tours delighting the almost 750 guests who attended. Read More
The annual Newman Fellowship Dinner was held on Wednesday 29th April, 2015 in Newman House. UCD President Professor Andrew J. Deeks welcomed donors, Fellows and UCD staff to celebrate UCD’s pioneering postdoctoral research initiative, the Newman Fellowship Programme. Read More
UCD Sutherland School of Law are pleased to announce that The Frank Scott Access Scholarship in Law will be awarded once again to an incoming BCL student in September 2015 – another wonderful opportunity which will enable a young student to pursue an education in law, regardless of his/her socio-economic background. Read More
The UCD School of English, Drama & Film is pleased to announce the launch of the inaugural Gus Martin Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama. This scholarship honours the contribution and legacy to Irish literary studies of the late Professor Augustine Martin, Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama (1979-1995). Read More
The UCD School of English, Drama and Film is pleased to announce the continuation of the Maria Helena Kopschitz Scholarship to enable a Brazilian student to pursue the MA in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College Dublin. The scholarship honours the pioneering contribution to Irish studies in Brazil made by Professor Maria Helena Kopschitz. Read More