There are several possible ways to do graduate studies and you may also be eligible for scholarships from the School of Canadian Irish Studies at Concordia University.
The School of Canadian Irish Studies awards five graduate scholarships for periods of two to three years, valued up to $5000, to graduate students researching Irish topics in various disciplines.
For further information, contact the specific graduate program or the School of Canadian Irish Studies, if you would like to make Irish Studies the focus of your graduate degree.
You may also be interested in specifying your research goals with SIP. The Special Individualized Programs (SIP) were created by the School of Graduate Studies at Concordia University to provide space within the academy for a limited number of exceptionally capable students with specific research goals. An individualized program of study, SIP provides the possibility for research and graduate studies at both the master’s and doctoral levels in areas not covered by existing graduate programs.
SIP allows you to combine two or more disciplines within or across three of the four faculties of the university: the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, the John Molson School of Business, and/or the Faculty of Arts and Science.
The Humanities PhD Program at Concordia University is another option for graduate students who want to pursue interdisciplinary projects across fields in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Fine Arts
HUMA integrates one or more of the disciplines of the Fine Arts, Humanities and/or Social Sciences.