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The Embassy of Ireland has announced Irish Aid Fellowship Training Program (IAFTP) opportunities for 2019/2020. The IFTP funds a number of scholarships for study at Masters Level in the Republic of Ireland offered in Irish universities. Justice, Law and Order Sector member institutions are beneficiaries of the IFTP with special consideration given to applicants working in disadvantaged regions. Females are highly encouraged to apply.

The deadline for submission of applications is Friday, 30th November 2018 at 17.00.

For more information on the 2019/2020 IAFTP (application guidelines, the application form and directory of eligible post graduate programs), visit:


Published: 8th November 2018

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The 2018/2019 Intake for Irish Aid Fellowship Training Programme is now open.

Irish Aid provides funding for a number of scholarships for full-time study at Masters level as part of Ireland's wider development cooperation budget. The focus of awards is on supporting mid-career professionals on courses that are relevant to our development objectives in specific partner countries. 

On completion, fellowship recipients are committed to resume work and put their acquired skills into good use for the benefit of their home countries.



FTP 2018 Promotion Information

FTP 2018 Selection Criteria


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 Published: October 21, 2017 // 15.07 hrs

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KAMPALA - The Embassy of Ireland in Kampala has announced the Irish Aid Fellowship opportunities available to members of the Justice, Law and Order Sector for the 2013 academic year. The fellowship programme offers beneficiaries opportunities to be sponsored for study at post graduate level (Masters or Graduate Diploma) in Ireland or within the region.

Information regarding the fellowship is available on including an application form and list of courses for 2013. Applications must be submitted to the Justice Law and Order Sector Secretariat by December 1st 2012. The Sector is expected to submit its nominations for the scholarships to the Irish Embassy by 31st December 2012.

Applicants are required to identify a course of their choice before filling the application form. It is the candidate’s duty to apply directly to the University of their choice and fulfil all the requirements which, in the case of Irish institutions, includes an acceptable level of English.

The Justice, Law and Order Sector is happy to partner with the Republic of Ireland in strengthening capacity of staff in member institutions as we work toward deepening reforms for a pro people justice system.

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