IRC Postgraduate Fellowships in Chemistry

    29/10/2020 17:00 - Europe/Brussels
    Not funded by an EU programme
    Ireland, Dublin
    Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin
    School of Chemistry
    SFI Tetrapyrrole Laboratory

Ph.D. opportunity in Irelan: @TCD_Chemistry @mathiassenge

Happy to support applications in organic chemistry, nanophotonics materials, #porphyrins, and photomedicine. Prerequisite: B.S. degree prior to start of grant. If you want to work in an international and diverse group, get in touch!

Funding rate is about 18% so a first degree and/or extramural activities are required.

Due to the limited financial support for nonEU fees this is primarily suitable for EU/EEC citizens.

General information:

The Irish Research Council has announced that the call for the 2021 Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship programme is now open.



This programme offers scholarships for suitably qualified individuals to

pursue a research master’s or PhD (either traditional or structured), in

any discipline, at eligible higher education institutions in Ireland.

In addition, a number of targeted scholarships are offered in

collaboration with our strategic funding partners: Department of Foreign

Affairs, Environmental Protection Agency, Mét Eireann and Department of

Business, Enterprise and Innovation (DBEI).


Important dates for the 2021 call are as follows:


Call Open

4 September 2020

FAQ deadline

22 October 2020

Applicant deadline

16:00 (Irish time) 29 October 2020

Supervisor and referee deadline

16:00 (Irish time) 5 November 2020

Research office endorsement deadline

16:00 (Irish time) 12 November 2020

Call outcome

End of March 2020

Scholarship start date

1 September 2021


All applications should be submitted via the online system by the deadline of exactly 16:00 (Irish time) on 29 October 2020.


In the first instance, applicants are advised and encouraged to reflect on the 2021 GOIPG Indicative forms and Guides for Applicants in consultation with the 2021 Government of Ireland Terms and Conditions available on the Irish Research Council website.



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