5 Scholarships available for African Students - Localisation Research Centre

The University of Limerick and the AGIS Africa Programme are offering five scholarships for African Students to take part in an Online Localisation Master's Programme offered by the University of Limerick in Ireland.
The MSc in Multilingual Computing and Localisation (Distance Learning) is a taught programme that is delivered online. It is aimed specifically at students who already have a background in either localisation, computing, language technology, translation or related disciplines. It guides students in their research of the underlying issues in localisation, with an emphasis on technical and business aspects.

The AGIS Africa programme is an initiative that will allow five African students to take part in this MSc programme by covering the University fees and associated examination and assessment expenses. Their studies will be supported by enterprise mentors and GALA, as well as community support by The Rosetta Foundation.

Students taking part on the MSc will be expected to complete eight modules in the academic year and travel to limerick for exams and an assessment week at the end of their second semester. Students will also be required to complete a dissertation on a relevant topic of their choosing.

If you are interested and wish to apply for one of these scholarships please visit http://www.ul.ie/graduateschool/multilingual-computing-localisation-application and choose the option to apply for the full time programme.

For more information email LRC [at] ul [dot] ie