SMC Sponsored Programs | Celtic Studies Program Scholarships & Awards

The following scholarships are available to students in the Celtic Studies Program:

The Irene J. McGovern and John Ward McGovern Scholarship

Value $5000.00

(Open only to students registered at St. Michael’s College)

This scholarship is awarded to a St. Michael’s College full-time student who will have completed their second year or higher of an undergraduate program by May 2017, and whose course of study involves a concentration or major focus in Celtic Studies. Students qualifying for the scholarship will have high academic achievement, particularly in the areas of Celtic History and Literature. The scholarship will be applied to the recipient’s tuition fees in September and any credit remaining after reduction of tuition fees will be mailed to the recipient.
Application forms will be available in January 2018.

 

The Eileen Allen Scholarship

(Open to all students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are registered in Celtic Studies courses)

This scholarship is awarded to a student who wishes to attend the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies.   Information regarding the conference can be obtained from the Celtic Studies Office or at http://www.irishstudies.ca
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pplication forms will be available in January 2018.

 

Denis Leyne Famine Studies Scholarship

(Open to all students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are registered in Celtic Studies courses)

This scholarship will be awarded to a student who writes the best essay in Famine Studies in a Celtic Studies course. No application necessary; the recipient will be selected by the professor.

St. Michael’s College Scholarships for Summer Study

(Open to all students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are registered in Celtic Studies courses)

These scholarships are funded by St. Michael’s College and by the Anna Mary Bridget Loftus Fund and are available to students who wish to study overseas during the summer. The staff of the Celtic Studies Program must approve the course of study requested by the student. Information on various summer school options is available at the Celtic Studies Office. Students who are applying to attend the Irish Summer Language School in An Cheathru Rua, Co. Galway, may be eligible for the Ireland Canada University Foundation scholarship, the successful students will be selected from the applicants for the St. Michael’s College Summer Scholarship, you don’t need to submit a separate application. Likewise students who wish to attend a Summer School in Scotland may be eligible for the St. Andrew’s Society of Toronto scholarship; the successful student will be selected from the applicants for the St. Michael’s College Summer Scholarship.
Application forms will be available in January 2018.

Updated May 11, 2017