In Ireland, pursue your education. There’s good news! The John Thompson Scholarship is presently accepting applications.
We will go through the details of this scholarship programme, its perks, and the application process step by step in this article. International students can apply for the John Thompson Scholarship 2022-2023, which is a partially financed scholarship. Dublin City University Business School is offering a scholarship to study masters in digital marketing. This scholarship will cover the entire cost of tuition.
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The MSc in Digital Marketing is meant to assist participants understand how digital technologies are affecting consumer behaviour and to prepare them to communicate with customers through digital channels.
The bursary covers the entire cost of a graduate’s full-time MSc in Digital Marketing at DCU. This scholarship was established in 2008 to honour the memories of John Thompson, one of Ireland’s top newspaper executives. John was crucial in the founding and commercial development of several of Ireland’s most successful and enduring magazines, including U Magazine, The Sunday World, and The Irish Farmers Journal, throughout his nearly 30-year career in the industry.
Thompson spent two years at Grand Rapids Junior College before being accepted on a full scholarship to Kenyon College to study under John Crowe Ransom. He shared a home with Robert Lowell, Peter Taylor (writer), Robie Macauley, and Randall Jarrell at Douglass House, the writer’s home. 240, Saunders. In 1940, he received his magna cum laude degree. He was admitted to Columbia University for graduate studies, but he had to wait until 1941 to serve in the military.
Thompson earned his Ph.D. in 1957 at Columbia University, where he studied poetry and literature under Lionel Trilling’s tutelage. During his graduate studies, he worked as an English instructor at Bard College (1946–1947), Sarah Lawrence College (1947–1949), and Columbia University (1949–1956). In 1961, Columbia University Press (New York) and Routledge and Kegan Paul published his dissertation, The Founding of English Metre, which examined the origins of poetry metre (London). Columbia reissued it in 1966 with a foreword by John Hollander.
Thompson began publishing scholarly pieces in Partisan Review and Hudson Review as early as 1952, bringing him to the notice of the New York literary community. (p. 241 in Saunders). Thompson was hired as the Executive Director of the Fairfield Foundation, a CIA-funded organisation that provided small grants to third-world writers and thinkers. From 1956 through 1965, he worked there, frequently travelling to Africa (Saunders p. 137-138). During this time and throughout his life, he continued to publish literary criticism, essays, and stories in a variety of journals, including Poetry Magazine, The Kenyon Review, The New York Review of Books, Commentary, Harper’s, The New York Times Book Review, Parnassus, Shenandoah (magazine), and The American Scholar (magazine).
Thompson was hired as a full professor of English Literature at Stony Brook University in 1965 after leaving Farfield. He left the company in 1983.
- Level of Study: Masters
- Institution(s): Dublin City University Business School
- Study in: Ireland
- Opportunity Focus Areas: Digital Marketing
- Program Period: Up to two years
- Deadline: June, 2022
John Thompson Scholarship will provide full waiver in the tuition fees. Participants benefit from a combination of exposure to cutting edge research, academic rigor, industry practice and applied workshop and projects. Lectures are delivered by experienced international and Irish experts from industry and practice, in areas such as data analytics and visualisation, digital advertising and communication, and digital marketing strategy.
Eligibility Criteria for John Thompson Scholarship
To be eligible for John Thompson Scholarship, candidates must fulfill following requirements:
- Required Language: English.
- Eligible Countries: All world countries
- Students must possess a First Class Honours (1.1) Degree.
- Additionally, candidates applying for John Thompson Scholarship, must have an interest in and understanding of media, marketing, business, and journalism.
- Similarly, students should meet the academic and other entry requirements of the MSc program
How to Apply for John Thompson Scholarship?
Please follow the following application instructions to apply for John Thompson Scholarship:
Submissions should be sent to the Group Head for Marketing at DCU Business School Professor Edgar Morgenroth via email at [email protected] before deadline
- Also, a statement of motivation and suitability for the scholarship in at most 250 words.
- A copy of their academic transcript/proof of final degree award
To apply and know more about John Thompson Scholarship, please visit the Official Website.