Fully Funded NCAD School of Visual Culture Postgraduate Scholarships in Ireland, 2018-2019

Applications are invited by the National College of Art and Design for the NCAD School of Visual Culture Postgraduate Scholarships. NCAD is offering two fully-funded scholarship for the 2018/2019 academic year. This grants for school is open to candidates from both EU and non-EU member states.

The award will be given based on academic merit and it is open to all eligible candidates.

The National College of Art and Design plays a vital role in art and design education in Ireland. At the undergraduate and postgraduate degree level, the college offers the highest art and design courses in the country.

 

Application deadline: The deadline for the NCAD School of Visual Culture Postgraduate Scholarship is April 20, 2018.

Course level: This grants for school is open to candidates who wish to pursue a Masters’ degree program

Study subject: The grant will be given based on academic merit and it is open to citizens from both EU and non-EU states for the below-listed program;

– MA Design History and Material Culture

– MA Art in the Contemporary World

Scholarship award: On the heels of a very successful scholarship program offered by the School of Visual Culture at NCAD, student grants worth full-tuition will be made available to a student in MA Design History and Material Culture and MA Art in the Contemporary World.

Eligible Countries: Citizens from EU and non-EU member states are eligible to apply for the scholarship

Number of scholarship: Two scholarships are available

Entrance requirements:

Candidates must meet the following criteria to be considered eligible for this scholarship;

– Candidates must be an experienced contemporary artist that has exhibited severally in Ireland and abroad.

– A postgraduate degree in Fine Art is of added advantage

– Applicants must have their own accommodation as the student grants are only for studio

English Language requirement

Applicants must have a good command of the English Language. Applicants from countries where English is not the native language will need to provide evidence of proficiency in the English Language.

Application procedure

How to apply: Interested candidates should email the under-listed documents to Hazel Crowley, MFA administrator (email: crowleyh-at-staff.ncad.ie). The title of the email should be Studio Award 2018.

The documents should be as attachments, not in the body of the mail.

– Candidates’ CV

– Candidates must upload 10 images of their most recent work. They must come with a list showing title, date, and media.

– A one-page artist statement

– An expression of interest on a single page, revealing why you believe your practice is relevant to the Studio Award content

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