ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship is inviting respectable individuals who are eager to engage in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship program at Trinity College Dublin.
Trinity College is the lone constituent college of the Institution 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 given the same degree at either of the other two without further examination.
Widely considered one of Europe’s finest colleges, Trinity is Ireland’s most distinguished university, in part due to its historical significance
Benefits of Trinity College Dublin Fellowship
- Candidates for the ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship 2020 must either have completed their undergraduate degree or be enrolled in a postgraduate degree program with at least one module completed to be eligible.
- For an undergraduate degree, an A or B must be achieved, whereas, for a postgraduate degree, an A or B must be achieved.
- The candidate must be an ABEI member and current on their annual dues.
- Exchange students are not eligible for the ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship in 2022.
- The applicant’s application must include the Trinity application number.
- Should you be selected, please remember that stipend payments will be made between October 2022 and September 2023.
- To be eligible for this scholarship program, Brazilian nationals must have just one European citizenship.
Requirements for ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship
- Student’s passport, which must be valid at least until the completion of the exchange program. you must provide a copy.
- A handwritten letter from you to me (up to 500 words).
- The applicant must demonstrate their dedication to the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship program and describe how they intend to contribute to it.
- A form to fill out. ABEI has a form that you can download from their website.
- Curriculum Vitae (students must present their Lattes CV).
- Original transcripts of the candidate’s interviews.
- An overall grade document must be provided if the candidate’s overall grade is not shown.
- Inquiry letter (of 1000–1500 words) in English Additionally, candidates must have an academic interest in the course, as well as a dedication to Irish Studies, to be considered for admission.
How to Apply for ABEI/HADDAD Fellowship
Interested? Go to Trinity College Dublin on www.abeibrasil.org to apply
A form for registration. Visit the ABEI website to obtain a copy of the form.
The academic CV (students must present their Lattes CV).
The original transcripts of the candidate should be provided as well.
An overall grade document must be provided if the candidate’s grade is not represented.
Send a 1000–1500 word letter of interest.
In addition to demonstrating their dedication to Irish Studies, applicants must explain why they choose the course, their academic interests, and how their research project or current study program will benefit.
The proposal’s summary (up to 500 words). The preparatory project that the candidate plans to conduct at Trinity College Dublin must be briefly explained by the candidate.
A handwritten letter to a friend or family member (up to 500 words).
- To be considered for the ABEI/Haddad Fellowship, applicants must demonstrate their dedication to the program and describe how they plan to contribute.
- A recent English-language scholarly paper (up to 3000 words).
- Candidates will be evaluated on their command of the English language and academic abilities based on an academic paper they have produced themselves.
- You have the option of submitting an entirely new paper or one that was previously submitted as part of another course.
- Only the candidate is allowed to translate the academic paper.
- Student’s passport, which must be valid for the duration of the exchange program.
- A certificate demonstrating competency in English. The ABEI/Haddad Fellowship committee will accept any certificate that meets the standards stipulated by Trinity College Dublin.
- However, it is important to note that certain courses at Trinity College Dublin may demand greater scores than the overall level. Candidates should consult the course website to learn about the course’s requirements and contact TCD if they have questions.
- Send to Attn: email@example.com with two English-language letters of recommendation Email reference letters must be sent to the candidate’s referees, not the candidate itself.