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Applications are now open for the scholarship towards the International Summer Programme at Duke University.

The School of Nursing and Midwifery is delighted to offer 2 students a scholarship towards this incredible international education opportunity at Duke University.
All SF and JS, Trinity College Dublin, Nursing and Midwifery students are invited to apply.
 
Please note that ECTS credits for this programme can be obtained through completion of the elective module ‘Contribution to Society’. Students, who are not eligible to complete this module, can still apply for the programme, on a non-ECTS credit-bearing basis.

Applications will close - Monday 12 November 9am
Interviews will most likely take place on Wednesday 5 December for short-listed candidates.
Places offered in December

Please Email completed applications to the international team at snminternational@tcd.ie by 9.00 am on Monday 12th November 2018.

Please see link to APPLICATION FORM.

Scholarship to Duke University Summer Programme

In 2018 The School of Nursing and Midwifery were delighted to offer 2 students a scholarship towards an incredible international education opportunity at Duke University. All SF and JS, Trinity College Dublin, Nursing and Midwifery students were invited to apply. The two successful candidates were Ida Lis (SF) They tell us about some of their adventures below:

  • As part of the program we were put into group with nursing students from around the globe to present a topic and critique some research. My team were from South Korea, Japan, and Barbados. 
  • Me and Ida exploring downtown Durham and stumbling upon apart of home!



  • Me and Ida with the amazing Dr.Relf who was the head of our program. We have him some Irish gifts as a token of our appreciation. He made the experience truly amazing.


  • Ida (left) and me on our last day with our official duke certificates of completion. We both achieved over 95 percent in our overall grades.



  • Us during our guided tour of the stunning duke campus.



  • Us outside the school of nursing building on our second day in awe of the beauty of duke campus and the passion of those we had met so far.


  • Us on our first official day of classes. We were gifted water bottle and merchandise from duke and name plaques for our desk with our country’s name to help us mingle better with the other students. 
  • Us during our country presentation where we, through the help of our PowerPoint that we made prior to our visit, shared for 30 mins with the group the healthcare and overall perspective on health in Ireland.