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Theology, Philosophy, and Music PhD Scholarships

Dublin City University | School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music

 

Qualification type:

 

PhD Scholarships in Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics

Location:

Dublin

Funding for:

UK Students, EU Students, International Students

Funding amount:

€16,500
plus fees, for up to four years, subject to satisfactory annual progression.

Hours:

Full Time

 

The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music at Dublin City University, ranked as one of the top 100 universities under 50 as per Times Higher Education, is a dynamic and creative learning environment with a strong commitment to social and cultural engagement, and world-class research. The academic study of religion in DCU takes place within a pluralist, multi-religious, secular, and interdisciplinary context, with internationally-recognised staff who have distinguished records in research and teaching. We are currently offering Doctoral Scholarships and applications are welcome in the areas of Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics.

Eligibility: Applicants must have an undergraduate degree at first-class honours level or at least 2.1 level in Theology, Religious Studies, or a related discipline, and a Master’s Degree in Theology, Religious Studies, or a related discipline. Candidates who are currently completing a Master’s qualification are welcome to apply.

 

Topics:
The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music is interested in receiving research proposals in the following areas:

  • Ethics/Applied Ethics
  • Philosophy
  • Interreligious Dialogue
  • Theological Ethics
  • Biblical Studies and Reception History
  • Systematic Theology
  • Moral Theology
  • Religion, Society, and Culture
  • Ecclesiology and Church History

 

Application Procedure:
Prospective applicants are encouraged to make informal contact with a faculty member whose research area covers their proposed doctoral work in advance of an application. Candidates will be directed to supervisors on application.

Email applications to Mary Hayes: mary.hayes@dcu.ie, indicating Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics PhD scholarships in the subject line. Closing date for applications is 17:00 (Irish time) on Wednesday, 31 March, 2021. Applications should include the following:

  • A CV including names and contact details of two academic referees.
  • A copy of undergraduate and postgraduate degree certificates.
  • Copies of transcripts from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
  • A letter outlining the candidate’s suitability for the scholarship.
  • A research proposal ca. 2,000 words, accompanied by a bibliography (which is not included in the word count). See School website for guidance on writing a research proposal.
  • Evidence of English language proficiency (as required).

 

Please note: Following the offer of a Faculty Scholarship, students will apply to register with the University through the University’s Student Application Portal, and must meet all the entry requirements of the university.

 

Inquiries:
Inquiries to the School Research Convenor, Dr Peter Admirand (peter.admirand@dcu.ie).

 

Other useful resources:
DCU Graduate Studies Office:
https://www.dcu.ie/graduatestudies/postgraduate-research-how-apply

Closing date for applications is 17:00 (Irish time) on Wednesday, 31 March, 2021.

 

 

 

Dublin City University | School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music

 

Qualification type:

 

PhD Scholarships in

Music

Location:

Dublin

Funding for:

UK Students, EU Students, International Students

Funding amount:

€16,500
plus fees, for up to four years, subject to satisfactory annual progression.

Hours:

Full Time

 

The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music at Dublin City University, ranked as one of the top 100 universities under 50 as per Times Higher Education, is a dynamic and creative learning environment with a strong commitment to social and cultural engagement, and world-class research. The academic study of Music in DCU engages with a plurality of Music genres, styles, creative practices and contexts with internationally-recognised staff who have distinguished records in research and teaching. We are currently offering Doctoral Scholarships and applications are welcome in the areas of Musicology, Applied Musicology, Choral Studies, and Practice Based Research.
 

Eligibility: Applicants must have an undergraduate degree at first-class honours level or at least 2.1 level in Music, or a related discipline, and a Master’s Degree in Music or a related discipline. Candidates who are currently completing a Master’s qualification are welcome to apply.
 

Topics:
The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music is interested in receiving research proposals in Musicology (across a broad range of music genres, practices and stylistic periods)
and especially in the areas of:

  • Electroacoustic Processes and Analysis
  • Contemporary Music (including Irish Contemporary Music)
  • Choral Studies
  • Film Music or Popular Music
  • Applied Musicology
  • Music, Society, and Culture
     

Application Procedure:

Prospective applicants are encouraged to make informal contact with a faculty member whose research area covers their proposed doctoral work in advance of an application. Candidates will be directed to supervisors on application.

Email applications to Mary Hayes: mary.hayes@dcu.ie, indicating Music PhD Scholarships in the subject line. Applications should include the following:

  • A CV including names and contact details of two academic referees.
  • A copy of undergraduate and postgraduate degree certificates.
  • Copies of transcripts from undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
  • A letter outlining the candidate’s suitability for the scholarship.
  • A research proposal ca. 2,000 words, accompanied by a bibliography (which is not included in the word count). See School website for guidance on writing a research proposal.
  • Evidence of English language proficiency (as required).
     

Please note: Following the offer of a Faculty Scholarship, students will apply to register with the University through the University’s Student Application Portal, and must meet all the entry requirements of the university.

Inquiries:
Inquiries to the School Research Convenor, Dr Peter Admirand (peter.admirand@dcu.ie).

Other useful resources:
DCU Graduate Studies Office:
https://www.dcu.ie/graduatestudies/postgraduate-research-how-apply

Closing date for applications is 17:00 (Irish time) on Wednesday, 31 March, 2021.