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Scholarship for PhD Study in Political Science

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin - Political Science

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Dublin - Ireland
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount: €14,000
£12,451.61 converted salary* per year
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 30th November 2018
Closes: 1st March 2019
 

The Department of Political Science invites applications for a 4 year fully funded PhD studentship at Trinity College Dublin. Application for financial support is automatically considered as part of the normal admissions process. The Department typically provides financial support in the form of tuition grants, stipends (currently 14,000 euros per year), teaching and research assistantships, and support for postgraduate conference and research travel.

Our four-year doctoral programme is designed to give students the highest level of training to become scholars at the forefront of the discipline. Most of our Ph.D. graduates have gone on to careers in research and teaching at established universities, while others have gone on to careers in government and business. Recently completed dissertations and job placement of graduates can be found here: www.tcd.ie/Political_Science/postgraduate/phd-programme/former-students/post-1995/index.php

The Department of Political Science at Trinity ranks among the best political science departments across Europe, and globally, according to independent evaluations of its research and teaching.  In the 2018 QS rankings, Trinity College’s Political Science Department ranked number 16 in Europe, and number 43 in the world for “Politics and International Studies.”

In addition, the Department is involved in the Dublin School of Social Sciences, which provides graduate training in collaboration with University College Dublin. The doctoral programme is designed to impart substantive knowledge about politics, and to train students in the techniques, including quantitative methods, necessary to recognize, design and implement cutting-edge research. The writing of a dissertation of original research follows a rigorous training in how to design and conduct research.

We seek outstanding and motivated graduates for entry to our doctoral programme. Applications are particularly welcome from students who wish to conduct research in areas in which the Department has particular research strengths:

  • Comparative European politics
  • European Union politics and policies, incl. the European Court of Justice
  • The politics of international law, incl. international human rights and WTO dispute settlement
  • Irish politics
  • African politics
  • Political institutions
  • Legislative politics
  • Electoral systems and political parties
  • Political psychology      
  • Environmental politics, incl. politics of climate change
  • International conflict and security
  • Political theory

Prospective students are encouraged to consult the webpages of members of staff (www.tcd.ie/Political_Science/staff) and check if staff research interests match their proposed projects.

General enquiries may be directed to the Ph.D. Director, Gizem Arikan (arikang@tcd.ie). Further details of the Ph.D. programme can be found at www.tcd.ie/Political_Science/postgraduate/phd-programme/faqs.

The deadline for applications to the doctoral programme for entry in September 2019 is 1 March 2019.

Contact information:

Gizem Arikan, Ph.D. Director, Department of Political Science, Trinity College Dublin, 3 College Green, Dublin 2 arikang@tcd.ie/gizemarikan.com

   
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