ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship 2022 at Trinity College Dublin

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ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at Trinity College Dublin.

Trinity College is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin, a research university in Dublin, Ireland.

It was founded in 1592 as “the mother of a university” that was modeled after the collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge, but unlike these affiliated institutions, only one college was ever established; as such, the designations “Trinity College” and “University of Dublin” are usually synonymous for practical purposes.

Trinity College Dublin is a sister college to St John’s College, Cambridge and Oriel College, Oxford and by incorporation, a graduate of Dublin, Oxford, or Cambridge can be conferred the equivalent degree at either of the other two without further examination.

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Widely considered one of Europe’s elite universities, Trinity is Ireland’s most prestigious university, in part due to its historical significance.

Benefits of Trinity College Dublin Fellowship

  • Students applying for ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship 2022 must have completed their undergraduate degree or must have enrolled on a postgraduate degree with at least one module finished.
  • The average must be greater than 7 for an undergraduate degree while for a postgraduate degree,  A or B  should be secured.
  • The candidate must be an ABEI member and be up-to-date with the annual payment.
  • Students taking part in exchange programs are ineligible to apply for ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship 2022.
  • The Trinity application number must be included on their application form.
  • The winner should be aware that the stipend will be paid from October 2022 to September 2023, after the forms are correctly filled out.
  • Brazilian nationals who hold dual European citizenship are not eligible for this scholarship programme

Requirements for Trinity College Dublin Fellowship Qualification

  • A copy of the student’s passport, which must be valid at least until the end of the exchange programme.
  • Personal letter (up to 500 words). The candidate must explain how they intend to contribute to the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship programme and demonstrate convinc¬ingly their commitment to the programme.
  • Registration form. Download the form on the ABEI website.
  • Academic CV (students must present their Lattes CV).
  • A copy of the candidate’s original transcripts. If the candidate’s overall grade is not shown, a document showing their overall grade must also be presented.
  • Letter of interest in English (1000–1500 words). Candidates must explain why they chose the course, their academic interests, and how their research project or the ongoing study programme will benefit, apart from demonstrating their commitment to Irish Studies.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to Trinity College Dublin on www.abeibrasil.org to apply

  • Registration form. Download the form on the ABEI website.
  • Academic CV (students must present their Lattes CV).
  • A copy of the candidate’s original transcripts. If the candidate’s overall grade is not shown, a document showing their overall grade must also be presented.
  • Letter of interest in English (1000–1500 words). Candidates must explain why they chose the course, their academic interests, and how their research project or the ongoing study programme will benefit, apart from demonstrating their commitment to Irish Studies.
  • Abstract of the proposal (up to 500 words). The candidate must briefly explain the preliminary project they intend to conduct at Trinity College Dublin.
  • Personal letter (up to 500 words). The candidate must explain how they intend to contribute to the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship programme and demonstrate convinc¬ingly their commitment to the programme.
  • A recent academic paper written in English (up to 3000 words). The academic paper must have been written by the candidate, and it will be used to assess the candidate’s command of English language and academic skills. You may write a fresh paper or present a paper written originally for another course. The academic paper must not be translated by anyone other than the candidate.
  • A copy of the student’s passport, which must be valid at least until the end of the exchange programme.
  • An English proficiency certificate. Any certificate which is valid according to the standards set by Trinity College Dublin will be deemed valid by the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship committee. N.B.: while Trinity College Dublin does have an overall standard, individual courses may require higher grades. Candidates should check the course website to know what the requirements are and contact TCD if they have enquiries on that matter.
  • Two reference letters written in English sent to haddadfellowship@gmail.com. N.B.: referees (and not candidates) must email reference letters.
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