Offre de bourse post-doctorale – Irish Research Council
The Irish Research Council (IRC) has recently opened the Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme for 2016. The scheme provides funding across all disciplines for one- and two-year postdoctoral research projects. Applications may be made only with the support of a suitable Academic Mentor at an eligible higher education institution in the Republic of Ireland.
The Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics will support outstanding applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships. Anyone who may be interested in applying for a Fellowship through the Department should:
1. Consult the detailed information concerning the Fellowships, including the terms and conditions, provided at http://www.research.ie/scheme/2016-government-ireland-postdoctoral-fellowship, noting in particular the eligibility criteria and the deadline dates.
2. Seek to identify a suitable Mentor in the Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics. Details of the academic staff in the Department and their research interests may be found at https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/ancient-classics.
3. Contact the potential Mentor directly to discuss the proposed project and its suitability for being undertaken under his or her Mentorship. A good ‘fit’ between project and proposed Mentor is essential.
4. Register as a prospective applicant with the Maynooth University Graduate Studies Office by completing the online form at http://goo.gl/forms/99s9oaO7YV, in order to receive updates about the call for applications. It is not necessary to register for the on-campus information session to which the form refers, nor is it necessary to secure agreement from a potential Mentor before completing the form. Please note, however, that registration as a prospective applicant does not imply that the Maynooth University Department of Ancient Classics will necessarily support an application from that prospective applicant.
Potential applicants should further note that these Fellowships are subject to intense competition, and that the Department will only support applications considered to have a very high chance of success.
Applications must be made through the IRC’s online submission system by the deadline of 16:00 GMT on Tuesday 24 November. Please note that other deadlines, for referees, proposed Mentor, and the host institution, follow in short order.