Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Morrison Scholarships for Architecture, Ireland 2017

Deadline: 19/05/2017 Degree: Bachelor Scholarship Description: DIT Foundation and the Dublin School of Architecture at DIT are deligh... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 19/05/2017

Degree: Bachelor

Scholarship Description: DIT Foundation and the Dublin School of Architecture at DIT are delighted to announce the launch of the 2017/2018 Sir Richard Morrison Scholarships. A scholarship of €3,000 will be awarded to one student in each of the five years of Architecture and 4 years of Architectural Technology.
The Sir Richard Morrison Scholarship Scheme was established by Lieutenant Colonel Charles Colquhoun Morrison who bequeath a sum of money ‘to provide scholarships for students of Architecture’ in memory of his relation, Sir Richard Morrison.

Eligibility: Eligible students must:
a. Be a registered full-time student in Architecture or Architectural Technology at DIT including final year students.
b. Have demonstrated academic excellence within the current academic year.


Benefits: A scholarship of €3,000 will be awarded to one student in each of the five years of Architecture and 4 years of Architectural Technology.

Application: Applications must include:

   a.Portfolio (max. 20 pages)
   b. 1000 word personal statement outlining why you should receive the award, including references to your academic achievements and engagement with Architecture/Architectural Technology beyond the classroom
   c. Applicant details: Name, student number, email address, mobile number, course title & course year.

Submissions must be made by email and no more than one attached document. Please ensure the document is not too big in size (aim for 5 – 10 MB)

   d. Send your application by email. Please ensure you receive acknowledgement of your application email within 24 hours.
   e. If you have any queries please call DIT Foundation on (01) 402 4137
   f. Each of the 9 successful applicants will be notified at the End of Year show on Friday, June 9th.


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