Postgraduate Opportunities in the School of Physics
Links to the PhD and MSc projects currently available in the School of Physics are given below. If one of these projects interests you, get in touch to the project leader, providing the necessary information needed for an initial contact. In particular indicate your degree, your final or expected mark, your previous research experience if any, why you are interested in the project, and why you believe you are a suitable candidate.
It is important to note that not all projects are fully funded. Some projects are associated with grants, perhaps from SFI or the EU, which pay a student's fees and a stipend. Others do not and rely on the student obtaining their own funding.
Click here to see details of projects which have associated funding covering tuition fees and stipend.
Unfunded Projects (suitable for Scholarship holders)
Click here for details of projects which do not have associated funding for tuition fees or stipend. These projects are suitable for students who have received national or international scholarships paying fees and stipend. An example of such a scholarship program is the Irish Government IRCSET postgraduate scholarship program.
Science without Borders - Brazil Projects
Science Without Borders is a Brazilian Government scholarship programme which aims to send Brazilian students abroad to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Trinity College Dublin is one of the Universities selected to take part in the scheme. The School of Physics has a number of postgraduate projects on offer under the scheme.
Applicants who wish to apply for PhD study within the School of Physics Trinity College Dublin and for funding under the Science without Borders scheme must first agree upon a research project with the relevant Supervisor. For a full list of the PhD projects currently on offer in the School please see here.