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Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme

2012-13 Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme awardees studying in Ireland

Each year, the Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme brings suitably qualified candidates from developing countries to undertake postgraduate studies at colleges and universities in Ireland. Further students are supported for courses in their own region. Awards are made in fields such as development studies, rural development, health care, education and law.

The programme is one of the ways in which Irish Aid supports capacity development in its key partner countries in Africa and Asia, and also in Palestine (see right for full list of participating countries).

Study fellowships are awarded by Irish Aid with the aim of supporting and enhancing the contribution recipients can make to development efforts in their own countries.

ICOS works closely with Irish Aid on the management and administration of the Fellowship Training Programme.

 

Teboho was awarded a 2011-12 fellowship by Irish Aid to study for an MSc in Applied Science (Food Microbiology) at UCC

Student Profiles:

Jacob Ngowi - 2011-13 -Tanzania

Christine Sinyangwe - 2011/12 - Zambia

Steven Nyirenda - 2011/12 - Malawi

Teboho Lekatsa - 2011/12 - Lesotho

Abreu Correia - 2011/12 - Timor Leste

Eunice Tumwebaze - 2010/11 - Uganda

Solomon Belete - 2010/11 - Ethiopia

Linny Kachama - 2010/11 - Malawi

Lina Mbewe - 2010/11 - Zambia

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Irish Aid Links:

Irish Aid Overview and Principles

Fellowship Training Programme

Partner Countries

Participating Countries

2014-2015 applications now closed

Please note that the closing date for applications was 31st December 2013.

Applications for the 2015-16 Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme will open in September 2014.