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
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.
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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