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Bord na Gaeilge UCD Scholarships

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Bord na Gaeilge UCD Scholarships


Monday, February 16, 2015 




Bord na Gaeilge UCD Scholarships

Bord na Gaeilge UCD Scholarships

Teach na Gaeilge 2015 – 2016 celebrating 15 years.

UCD’s mini Gaeltacht first established in 2000, offers students a unique experience. Students from various subject areas, have the opportunity to live and work together as Gaeilge, while further developing their individual talents through a range of social and cultural activities.

Bord na Gaeilge offers scholarships to 24 students who are fluent Irish speakers and who have the desire and ability to initiate projects which promote the use of the language.

  • The residence scheme is open to fluent Irish speakers pursuing all UCD courses
  • Successful candidates will reside in ‘Teach na Gaeilge’ in the Merville Student Residences, located minutes from the University’s lecture theatres, libraries, computer and sports facilities
  • Successful candidates will play an active role in student activities and will receive a monthly scholarship, on completion of the scheme’s requirement

Application forms will be available on HERE on 2nd March 2015

  • Candidates are chosen on the basis of application form and interview

Scoláireachtaí Bhord na Gaeilge UCD

Teach na Gaeilge 2015-2016 ag ceiliúradh 15 bhliain.

Taithí saoil faoi leith is ea mion- Ghaeltacht UCD, a bunaíodh sa bhliain 2000. Bíonn deis ag mic léinn de chuid réimsí éagsúla léinn maireachtáil agus obair le chéile sa Ghaeilge. Cuireann siad faobhar ar a gcuid buanna faoi leith trí mheascán mór imeachtaí cultúrtha angus sóisialta. Tairiscíonn Bord na Gaeilge 24 scoláireacht do mhic léinn atá líofa sa Ghaeilge agus a dteastaíonn uathu í a chur ar a aghaidh le tograí nua.

  • Is dlite do mhac léinn le Gaeilge líofa atá ag gabháil d’aon chúrsa de chuid UCD cur isteach ar scoláireacht
  • Mairfidh an t-iarrthóir rathúil in ‘Teach na Gaeilge' , Árais Chónaithe Merville, achar nóiméad ó amharclanna, áiseanna spóirt agus ríomhaireachta na hOllscoile
  • Beidh ról lárnach ag an iarrthóir rathúil in imeachtaí na mac léinn agus íoctar scoláireacht míosúil leis an mac ar chomhlíonadh riachtanais na scéime dó, go sásúil
  • Maireann an scoláireacht bliain acadúil amháin. Tá cead ag mic léinn cur isteach ar an scoláireacht arís ina dhiadh sin

Beidh foirmeacha iarratais ar fáil ó www.ucde.ie/bnag ar an 2 Márta 2015

  • Roghnaítear an t-iarrthóir rathúil ar bhonn a fhoirm iarratais agus a agallaimh

Further details:

Clár Ní Bhuachalla, Irish Language Officer,

Bord na Gaeilge UCD, Library Building

University College Dublin

Belfield

Dublin 4

Tel – 01 7167387

E-mail:  oifigeach.gaeilge@ucd.ie

Tulleadh eolais ó

Clár Ní Bhuachalla, Oifigeach Gaeilge

Bord na Gaeilge UCD, Foirgneamh na Leabharlainne

An Coláiste Ollscoile, Baile Átha Cliath,

Belfield

Baile Átha Cliath 4

Teil: 01 7167387

Ríomhphost oifigeach.gaeilge@ucd.ie

 

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