In order to quality for entry to the Postgraduate Diploma register, an applicant must normally possess at least the equivalent of a pass primary degree in a relevant subject, for the Masters register, an applicant must normally possess at least the equivalent of a 2.2 honours degree and for the Doctoral register, an applicant must normally possess at tleast the equivalent of a 2.2 honours degree
Months of entry
The Dublin Institute of Technology offers comprehensive research programmes at postgraduate diploma, Masters and Doctoral levels. These programmes include direct specialist supervision in the area of the area of the research project, structured montoring mechanisms to ensure the research is progressing smoothly as well as a comprehensive set of generic transferable skills training modules which are open to all research students.
Information for international students
The Dublin Institute of Technology has an international research programme, candidates wishing to apply for this programme should submit a research proposal on the International Research Application Form available at http:// http://www.dit.ie/DIT/study/graduate/research/apply.html
Fees and funding
The Dublin Institute of Technology offers a range of different types of funded postgraduate research opportunities. Candidates who are looking for a funded postgraduate research position are advised to contact the Institute as early as possible.
Qualification and course duration
PhD by taught
Course contact details
- Office of Graduate Studies and Research