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Scholarships for Postgraduates 2018

Are you planning a PhD, or thinking of pursuing a taught postgraduate course? The Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (AHSS) at the University of Limerick, Ireland, is offering a number of Scholarships, Fellowships, Bursaries and Fee Waivers to MA and PhD candidates for September 2018. For full details please visit: https://ahss.blog/scholarships/

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FAHSS researcher awarded Irish Research Council’s Laureate Consolidator grant

The Government has moved to substantially increase “frontier research” by allocating €30 million to third level institutions in 36 projects approved by the Irish Research Council. We are delighted to congratulate our Department of History colleague, Dr Ciara Breathnach, on the outstanding achievement of being awarded the amount of €600,000 over four years. This is… Continue reading FAHSS researcher awarded Irish Research Council’s Laureate Consolidator grant

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Faculty funding for two Sociology conferences

PhD student with the Department of Sociology, Zach Roche, recalls his experience at two conferences, funded by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (AHSS), University of Limerick: Over the summer I was blessed with the opportunity to attend two excellent conferences thanks to the funding I received from AHSS at UL. The first… Continue reading Faculty funding for two Sociology conferences

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European Union module at UL receives funding from prestigious Jean Monnet Programme

A team lead by Dr Joachim Fischer (School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics) have recently been awarded funding under the prestigious Jean Monnet Programme for a Broadening Module entitled “The European Union: Broadening the Perspective”. The funding is for three years, starting in the Spring semester of 2018. The module is specifically designed for… Continue reading European Union module at UL receives funding from prestigious Jean Monnet Programme

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Funding awarded for reflection as learning and assessment seminar

Norah Burns of the School of Law was recently awarded funding from The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education to host a seminar as part of the National Forum’s Seminar Series. The seminar is titled ‘Reflection as Learning and Assessment’ and will take place on May 25th. The seminar… Continue reading Funding awarded for reflection as learning and assessment seminar