The Ireland-Africa Fellows scholarship Programme will this year offer a select number of future leaders and influencers from Africa the opportunity to study for a prestigious Master’s degree in Ireland. If successful, you will live and study at some of the top education and learning centres in the world, during which time you will develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience Irish culture, and build lasting positive relationships with Ireland.
Ireland-Africa Fellows/Ireland Universities
In order to be eligible for an Ireland-Africa Fellowship applicants must:
- Hold a bachelor’s degree in a related discipline at equivalent of First or Higher Second level from an accredited and government-recognised higher education institution.
- Not already hold a qualification at Master’s level or higher
- Be applying to commence a new course at Master’s level in Ireland no sooner than August/September 2020.
- Have identified and selected two relevant courses from the Irish Aid Directory of Eligible Postgraduate Courses course directory. Applications will only be considered for courses relevant to the applicant’s experience.
How to Apply:
The application process for the scholarship consists of three stages:
- Stage 1 Preliminary Application (expression of interest)
- Stage 2 Detailed Application
- Stage 3 Interview
To apply for an Ireland-Africa Fellowship, you must complete the application form and send to the Embassy by email, including your supporting documents.
Application forms and further details are available from the Programme website: https://www.irishaidfellowships.ie/strands/ireland-africa-fellows- scholarship-programme.