clear sky
humidity: 62%
wind: 3m/s WNW
H 19 • L 11
Weather from OpenWeatherMap


University of Liverpool offers £2000 bursaries in Irish Studies

Liverpool web pic - N
First-year undergraduates will be awarded bursaries of £2,000.

***News Advertorial***

ESTABLISHED in 1988, The Institute of Irish Studies at Liverpool University is one of the world’s leading institutes for the teaching and research of Irish Studies. 

This year, the Institute is pleased to announce the offer of five new undergraduate bursaries of £2,000 each towards first year student fees for 2013-2014 applicants.

More News:

For further information all you have to do is contact The Institute of Irish Studies on 0151 794 3837 before Friday, May 24. Awards will be subject to fulfilling the University’s entry requirements.

Irish Studies’ students have gone on to successful careers in management, media, teaching, law, academia, research, politics and business.

During the course of your Irish Studies degree, as well as receiving top-class teaching by world-class lecturers, you will be given the unique opportunity to meet and network with high profile speakers who have influenced the world around us (presidents, Nobel Prize winners, business leaders, high profile politicians, and world-class academics, who could potentially aid and influence your future career).

Irish President, Michael D. Higgins, for example, delivered a lecture on Liverpool and its Irish migrants and met with students in November 2012.

Also, students at the Institute of Irish Studies have an opportunity to join the ‘Washington Ireland Program’ (WIP).

This is a unique competitive scholarship which consists of a six-month programme of personal and professional development, culminating in spending six weeks in Washington DC.

During their placement participants can take part in a diverse range of work including congressional offices, government departments and a range of high profile companies.

Since the University has become a WIP partner, the Institute of Irish Studies has had a 100 per cent success rate in getting a student onto the programme each year.

For more details see

***This is a news advertorial***


Irish Post

The Irish Post is the biggest-selling weekly newspaper for the Irish in Britain and the voice of the Irish community since 1970. Follow the Irish Post on Twitter @theirishpost

Welcome to Irish post

Please share your email address to view the article

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About us

The Irish Post is the biggest selling national newspaper to the Irish in Britain. delivers all the latest Irish news to our online audience around the globe.

Contact Editorial

Tel: +44 (0)20 8900 4193


Tel: +44 (0)20 8900 4137


Irish Post