At University College Cork, the Cork University Business School (CUBS) offers Ph.D. international degrees in Human Resources/Economics. For the academic year 2022/2023, the post is open.
This funding opportunity is open to extremely skilled domestic/EU and international students who want to pursue a full-time Ph.D. degree at an Irish university.
University College Cork was established in 1845 and now has a student population of 21,000, including 15000 undergraduates and 4400 postgraduate and research students. In Ireland, UCC is a highly competitive, research-intensive institution.
What are the benefits of studying at University College Cork? Candidates will get the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare for future careers and make a smooth transition from student to professional. They’d have access to a world-class atmosphere as well as a diverse selection of cultural activities to help them improve their abilities across a range of fields.
Deadline: September 30, 2021
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Scholarship Course Level: Ph.D.
Eligibility of CUBS PhD international awards in Human Resources /Economics Ireland
- All nationalities are eligible to participate.
- Acceptable Subjects or Courses: Human Resources/Economics Ph.D. job
- Criteria that are acceptable: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be considered:
- Engineering degree (or equivalent) with a first or upper second class honors (2:1), ideally in Civil Engineering.
- It is preferable if you have prior experience with research methods or other approaches that are related to the topic area.
- An understanding of Coastal Engineering is desirable, whether gained through academic modules, professional experience, or a combination of the two.
- It’s also a plus if you know how to do a risk analysis.
- Communication, organization, and interpersonal skills are all important.
- Excellent academic writing skills in English.
How To Apply for CUBS PhD international awards in Human Resources /Economics Ireland
- Students must download the Application Form in order to be considered for this award. Those that are interested must fill out an application. Applications should be sent to [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] through email.
- Documents to Support: The following documents must be submitted:
- The application form was filled out completely
- An academic CV that includes evidence of any publications, awards, skills, or conference presentations, as well as the contact information for two referees.
- An expression of interest letter
- If English is not the applicant’s first language, proof of English language competency will be required. All postgraduate applicants who do not speak English as their first language must submit proof of English language proficiency.
Scholarships from the University College Cork will cover Home/EU costs as well as a monthly stipend (€16,000 per year), and will be available to both domestic and international students. Non-EU students will be charged similar fees and get a monthly stipend.