About the course
Students engaged in doctoral research spend their time preparing for and writing a thesis, which is then examined and upon which the degree may be awarded. They work closely with a supervisor from the School who guides their research and monitors their progress. They meet regularly in a postgraduate seminar to discuss common theoretical and methodological concerns, and where they read and critique others work under the guidance of senior academics. In the first year they also attend courses in critical and cultural theory and in methodology for theatre and performance studies. It is possible to conduct research in any element of theatre and performance studies, dependent on the expertise of the available academic staff.
Intake Months
MARCH, SEPTEMBER
Delivery Locations
C35719
Qualification
Ph.D.
Estimated annual course fee
EUR 11,033
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Duration
3 Years
English language requirements
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6.5

Trinity College Dublin

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Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin, is Ireland’s highest-ranking university (QS 2020, THE 2019). It is a home away from home for students who are eager to become creative, aware and extraordinary global citizens.
Rankings
108 151 164
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