Claude and Vincenette Pichois Research Award
Awarded by Trinity College Dublin
To support research in 19th and/or 20th century french literature.
Open to a candidate holding a first-class or II.1 Honors Degree in French (or equivalent) and having a research project within the area of nineteenth and/or twentieth-century French Literature.
- Every 3 years
3 years (renewed annually)
€16,000 per year and EU fees.
Applications for this Award must be made on the College award form, together with a complete application for admission to the research register, inclusive of sealed letters of reference from two academic referees, each contained in a special envelope provided by the Graduate Studies Office. Applications should be mailed to Graduate Studies Office, Trinity College.
Claude and Vincenette Pichois Memorial Fund
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