Dundalk Institute of Technology welcomes applications from students from Brazil as part of the Science Without Borders programme.
Science Without Borders is an initiative of the Brazilian Federal Government aimed at promoting Science, Technology, Innovation and Competitiveness at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, through the awarding of generous scholarship funding to study abroad.
The programme is a joint collaboration between the Ministry of Education (MEC) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MCT) through their respective funding agencies - CAPES and CNPq.
Undergraduate students from Brazil can come to Ireland for up to one year of study at Dundalk IT. Students in the programme will return to Brazil to complete their degrees. The programme also seeks to encourage experienced researchers and lecturers to carry out teaching and research visits at Brazilian institutions.
Fields of interest available at Dundalk Institute of Technology include:
- Engineering and Other Technologies
- New Technologies in Construction Engineering
- Health and Biomedical Sciences
- Pharmaceutical Science
- Renewable Energy
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Creative Industries
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Coordenador Cencias sem Fronteiras: Michael Stewart