The Irish Aid Roger Casement Fellowship Program is now open. This fellowship is exclusively open to Nigerian master students who want to study Human Rights in Ireland. Expired 15 days ago, try next time!
The Roger Casement fellowship has been established to honour the memory of the Irish human rights activist Roger Casement who spent some of his early working life in Calabar, Nigeria. He was an early advocate for human rights while in Nigeria, and, famously, during his later work in the Congo, the Amazon and in Ireland. With his humanitarian legacy in mind, it has been decided to support one Nigerian student to study a master’s degree in human rights in Ireland.
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Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in the areas of Law, Human Rights and Governance.
Place of Study
Eligibility and Criteria
Candidates will need to have achieved the necessary educational standard to be accepted onto a Masters course in a Higher Education Institute in Ireland. In addition, there are a number of essential requirements to be eligible to apply for this fellowship.
Candidates must be the citizen of Nigeria and be residing in Nigeria.