The Dublin James Joyce Summer School awards
a number of full and partial scholarships.
Full scholarships cover academic fees and accommodation while partial
scholarships cover academic fees only. To apply, students should send a
curriculum vitae and a letter of introduction outlining their academic
profile, research interests in Joyce, and why the Summer School would
be of benefit to them. They should also arrange for an academic
reference to be forwarded by 30th April 2013..
SCHOLARSHIP FOR A SWISS STUDENT
special scholarship for a Swiss undergraduate or graduate student
studying at a Swiss university with an interest in Joyce, sponsored by
the Embassy of Switzerland in Ireland will be available in
This scholarship will cover tuition, daily expenses, and travel and
accommodation costs. To apply, students should send a curriculum vitae
and a letter of introduction outlining their academic profile, research
interests in Joyce, and why the Summer School would be of benefit to
them. They should also arrange for an academic reference to
forwarded by 30 April 2013.
3 credits are available to undergraduate
students on completion of the School. Students must attend all of the
academic events, including lectures, seminars and workshops, which
encompass over 30 hours of tuition, and complete an essay of 2,000
words to be submitted after the School is over. Essay topics should be
agreed on in consultation with the Academic Director, Professor Anne
Fogarty. Graduate credit is also available.
FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
THE DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS IS
30 April 2013 at the latest.
You may send your applications by post or
By post to:
Professor Anne Fogarty, UCD James Joyce Research Centre, School of
English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4,
By email to:
Dublin James Joyce Summer School and University College Dublin are
pleased to present the 2013 programme in collaboration with Boston
College-Ireland, the National Library of Ireland, and the James Joyce