New Theology Scholarship For Undergraduates – The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin is pleased to announce a new scholarship for 2017/2018. The scholarship consists of a payment of €6,500 per year to the recipient and payment of the student contribution (currently €3,000). Full details below.
Catholic Theological Studies (CTS) is designed for all students interested in the big questions of today. A degree in theology educates students to think clearly and logically, to see the big picture and address a problem from many angles. These are skills that 21st century employers are seeking.
In 2015 the points required for CTS were 360.
Would you like a presentation to your class?
The Loyola Institute has a small team of presenters who are happy to visit your school and explain to your students what theology is, present our degree and the benefits of studying at Trinity College’s Loyola Institute. If you would like to organise a presentation please let our administrator Helen know at LoyolaInstitute@tcd.ie or on 01 896 4790.
Details of Loyola Institute Scholarship
The Loyola Institute offers a BA in Theology in the broad Catholic tradition. The student of theology engages with the biggest questions that human life presents – God, justice, love, suffering, values, war, peace.
The Loyola Institute is pleased to announce a new scholarship for 2017/2018 which consists of a payment of €6,500 per year and payment of the student contribution.
To be eligible students will:
- Have sat either Leaving Certificate or A levels in 2016 or 2017.
- Been offered a place to study the BA Moderatorship in Catholic Theological Studies (CAO: TR030) (Note: The 2 subject moderatorship TSM is not applicable for this scholarship).
- Have a minimum of 430 points
- Be ordinarily resident in Ireland or Northern Ireland and are EU applicants.
The final decision on the scholarship will be decided by interview of all eligible students by 15th September 2017.
The Scholarship will be applicable for 4 years of undergraduate degree, subject to:
Passing annual exams with at least a 2.1
Being an ambassador for Loyola Institute through speaking at open days etc
It is not possible to defer this scholarship and should the student not continue in Catholic Theological Studies the scholarship will lapse.