MSc Fellowship - University College Dublin, Ireland

A motivated and suitable MSc student is being sought for MSc Fellowship, Investigations into the biological and genetic controls of fatty acid levels in perennial ryegrassat the University of University College Dublin, Ireland.

This is a collaborative project between Teagasc Crops Research Centre Oak Park in Carlow/Ireland, UCD Dublin/Ireland and the Department of Agriculture and Food/Crop Variety Evaluation, Leixlip.

The researcher will benefit from interactions with the three institutions.

The student will receive an annual tax free stipend of €21000 for maintenance and to cover university fees.
Fees are approximately €4600 for EU students or €9200 for non-EU students.

The MSc project is funded for up to two years and will start the 1st of August.

Applicants must have a first or upper second class Bachelors degree in a biological science or relevant subject.

To apply or to obtain further information, please send a CV including research interests and contact details of two referees and a letter of application to tommy.boland@ucd.ie and susanne.barth@teagasc.ie

Position will be open until filled.

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