Postgraduate study

Each year, the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) offers a limited number of postgraduate studentships; these are for a period of research leading to a PhD qualification from a United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland university.

Postgraduate study funding

Funding is provided for full-time students only. For further information on the Department's Postgraduate Studentships, please click on the link/s (relating to 2018/19 T&Cs) below or contact:

Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA)
Student Awards
Room 518
Dundonald House
Upper Newtownards Road
Ballymiscaw
Belfast
BT4 3SB

Telephone: 028 9052 4710

Postgraduate Study 2018-2019

The Competition for DAERA studentships commencing October 2018 is now OPEN. 

Current Postgraduate Studentships 2018 - This link will take you through to the relevant documentation for the 2018 competition

 

Postgraduate Seminar 2017

Final Year Students who presented at the seminar with Guest Speaker and DAERA Staff

Final Year Students with Guest Speaker Professor Nigel Scollan and DAERA staff at the annual Postgraduate Seminar 2017
Final Year Students with Guest Speaker Professor Nigel Scollan and DAERA staff at the annual Postgraduate Seminar 2017

Back from left David Johnston, Dr Lance O’Brien (Teagasc), Dr Patrick Murphy (DAERA), James Brown, Dr Alistair Carson, (DAERA’s Departmental Scientific Adviser), Kieran Higgins, Donal Griffin, Dr Paul Devine (DAERA).
Front from left: Josie South, Victoria Murphy, Guest Speaker Professor Nigel Scollan (Director for the Institute for Global Food Security), Christina Mulvenna, Annabel Sharma

 

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