The Ireland Fellows Programme enables early- to mid-career professionals with leadership potential from eligible countries to benefit from a prestigious, world-class, quality education that contributes to capacity building. It provides selected students with the opportunity to pursue a fully funded one-year master’s degree program at an Irish higher education institution (HEI).
The Ireland Fellows Programme will pay for program fees, flights, housing, living expenses, visa application fees, medical and travel insurance, economy flights to and from Ireland, and the Irish residence permit fee. Allowances consist of the following:
- Settling in funding for items required upon arrival in Ireland;
- At the end of the study period, a completion and departure allowance;
- A €650 monthly living stipend (subject to review);
- Student housing is arranged and paid for in trimesters 1 and 2, with a monthly accommodation stipend of €650-€850 depending on location in Ireland in trimester three.
- Application deadline: July 31, 2022.
- Zambia is eligible.
- Master’s Degree
- Tuition and other benefits are included in the award’s monetary value.
- Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Master’s degree in Master of Civil Engineering (1MEC1), MSc in Mechanical Engineering (1MSME1), ME in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (1MEEE1), MSc in Marine and Freshwater Resources, Management are all eligible fields of study (1MFR1).
Eligibility Frank Ferguson Fellowships in Engineering – Ireland:
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible:
- You must be a Zambian national.
- Depending on the country, you must have a minimum of three years of substantial work experience that is directly related to your proposed Program of study.
- Join the Engineering Institution of Zambia.
- Hold a Merit or higher degree in engineering or a related discipline from an accredited and government-recognized higher education institution.
- Apply to start a new Master’s degree program in Ireland no later than August 2023.
- Be able to demonstrate the following: leadership abilities and aspirations; a commitment to achieving the SDGs in your own country; and a commitment to contributing to the development of positive relationships with Ireland.
- Have identified and chosen three engineering programs at NUI Galway that are relevant to your academic and professional background.
- Understand the academic and English language proficiency requirements for all programs chosen.
- To be eligible for the Fellowship in the academic year 2023/2024.
How to Apply Frank Ferguson Fellowships in Engineering – Ireland :
Applicants must first apply for admission to their preferred Ireland Fellows Programme. Separately, a fellowship application form must be completed and submitted.