DkIT announces Fully Funded Three Year PhD Studentship to explore the landed estates of North County Louth15 July 2020
DkIT is delighted to announce that applications are now welcome for a fully-funded three year PhD Studentship to explore the cartographic history and cultural landscape of the landed estates of North County Louth which will be supported through the secured HEA Landscape funding.
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) is one of the leading research-intensive Institutes of Technology with over €55M in research funding having been secured by the Institute within its prioritised research areas from both national and international sources. DkIT carries out translational research across ICT, Health, Ageing, Energy, Environment and Creative Arts domains with an emphasis on excellence and impact.
The successful candidate shall receive a postgraduate stipend of €16,000 per annum, plus fees and a contribution to their direct research project costs. The duration of this PhD studentship is 3 years. Terms and conditions will apply.
Application Process & Closing Date:
Please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter to email@example.com no later than 4 pm on Friday August 7th 2020. Please use “LPhD20” in the subject title. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview.
Please note, due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, it is envisioned that all interviews will be conducted remotely via phone or video conferencing. Informal inquiries on this project should be sent to the Project Supervisor listed in the Project Details and Eligibility Criteria Document (.pdf). Please note, canvassing will render an applicant ineligible.
Question about applying?
- Aideen Gaynor
- Research & Innovation
- Postgraduate School Administrator