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Trinity College Dublin

College Green, Dublin City South, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Trinity College Dublin, located in the heart of Dublin city, is steeped in scholarly and national history. Today it remains Ireland’s highest ranked university and within the world’s top one hundred. TCD provides an excellent variety of courses throughout areas in the Arts and Humanities, Business, Law, Engineering, Science and Health Sciences.

Over 17,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from Ireland and across the world attend the illustrious university. And there is a good reason for the huge attraction to Trinity as it has produced some of the world’s greatest minds such as Samuel Becket, Oscar Wilde and former Irish president, Mary Robinson. Trinity College Dublin prides itself on continuing this tradition by offering the finest third level education to students and propel them onto becoming the next great leader, writer, artist, scientist and most importantly, thinker.

Along with TCD’s grand selection of on campus undergraduate and postgraduate courses, the university also provides Online Education and CPD programmes. Prosperous students can apply for Free Online Courses now as the Department of Online Education in 2016 have teamed with Futurelearn to issue three major free online courses – (MOOCS) in Irish History, Successful Ageing and Exercise Prescription. This allows students who might be working full-time or at a geographical disadvantage to attend Trinity College Dublin virtually.

Situated on College Green, Trinity is close to all the vibrant culture and entertainment Ireland’s capital has to offer. Museums, galleries, restaurants, live music, cinema are all walking distance from the beautiful campus grounds. Public transport to anywhere in the country surrounds the university, allowing students to take a break from study to explore Ireland and enrich their life experience. Not to mention the tremendous historical aura within Trinity itself, most notably the Book of Kells. TCD provides the best opportunities for students for their future careers and worldview.

A Course on Babylon/NEW

This is a new course being offered by the School of Histories and Humanities, visit the website for the most up to date information: https://histories-humanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses Lecturer: Dr Selga Medenieks. You may apply online or by phone* as follows: ONLINE: You may register and pay by credit/debit card online at www.historieshumanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses  AFTER enrolments open for each…

A Framework for Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing

It is well established that a healthy workforce is a happier one, with low levels of absenteeism and greater productivity. Never has this been more relevant than in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Employers across the public and private sector are developing ‘healthy workplace’ policies to support the health and wellbeing of their employees.…

Accents Workshops

Running throughout the year, and lead by The Lir’s tutors, these workshops are one-day intensives for actors looking to develop accuracy in period and contemporary accents. The course will provide the actor with a system to explore the vocal shifts required to successfully perform with confidence in it. Further information: www.thelir.ie/courses/short-courses

Acting: Characterisation

A continuation from the Introduction to Acting course, this ten-week course concentrates on working with a director on the study of characters and individual scenes from a number of contemporary plays. Participants will call upon their learnings from the Introduction to Acting course to fully explore and develop character behaviours and traits and by the…

Acting: Characterisation (Summer School)

This five-day course is a continuation from Introduction to Acting (Summer School) and it allows participants to work with a theatre director on the study of characters and scenes from a number of contemporary plays. Character analysis, character development and scene study will form the basis of this course, during which time participants will have…

Actors’ Ensemble

This six-month-long course is specifically designed for emerging actors who have been considering actor training but can’t yet commit to it full-time. The participants on the course will form a company of actors and will require dedication and commitment from each member. Applicants will be serious and single-minded in their pursuit of the craft of…

American History

An introduction to the main events of American history from the beginnings of English colonisation in the early seventeenth century to the present, this lecture-only module is divided chronologically in two parts. Among topics covered are the colonial period; the establishment of American independence; the U.S. constitution; slavery; the Civil War; industrialisation, urbanisation and the…

Ancient Anatolia from the Hittites to King Croesus

This module provides an introduction to the ancient cultures of Anatolia (Asia Minor/Modern Turkey) and their history, archaeology and art. The diverse people of this important Mediterranean region are less well-known than their Near Eastern counterparts to the south and Greek contemporaries to the west, but equally impressive. Beginning with the Hittites and covering kingdoms…

Ancient Greek Language and Culture – Beginners

This evening course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. This course offers a comprehensive appraisal of the language of ancient Greece. It also explores some central features of Ancient Greek literature. In this course we aim to examine the cultural context surrounding classical Greek…

Ancient Greek Language and Culture – Intermediate

This evening course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. In this intermediate course learning and reading ancient Greek is combined with an exploration of literature and culture. Building on the basics of Greek grammar acquired at Beginners level, we will consolidate foundations to begin…

Architecture and the City

Architectural history is more than a stylistic, material, and object-oriented field of study. The broader context within which a building sits; the spatial conversation between buildings within public space; the design of streets, transport, and services; and the cultural, economic, and biological processes of people that inhabit and negotiate these spaces – within what we…

Armed Combat

An intensive armed combat course in rapier and dagger techniques culminating in an exam with the Irish Dramatic Combat Academy in Armed Fighting. This tenweek course will cover all the essential rapier and dagger techniques, their safety principles and how to perform them so that they are believable to an audience. It is suitable for…

Arts of Japan

This module will examine cultural highpoints in the arts of Japan from the fourteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Artefacts in all media – painting, ceramics, lacquer and textiles – will be examined in the context of the influence of China on Japan, the creation of the Shogun Court, the rise of the merchant classes and…

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule for the Clinical Setting (Online Course)

ADOS-2 is a semi-structured, standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, play/imaginative use of materials and restricted and repetitive behaviours for individuals who have been referred because of possible autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Fundamentally new to the ADOS-2 than ADOS-G are the procedures involved in the algorithm computation and the Comparison Score for module 1 through…

Beginners Modern Greek Language

This evening Greek Language course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. You may apply online or by phone* as follows: ONLINE: You may register and pay by credit/debit card online www.historieshumanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses AFTER enrolments open for each term. By telephone: Please text ‘APPLY FOR COURSE’…

BOTANY - An Introduction to Woodcarving

Well known Sculptor Conleth Gent (www.conlethgent.ie) will be running a woodcarving course two hours per day 11 am-1 pm, one day a week over a five-week period based in the Trinity Botanic Gardens at Dartry, Dublin 6 (nearest Luas Station, Milltown). Conleth Gent has exhibited widely throughout Ireland and has been a multi-award winner at Sculpture…

BOTANY- Practical Course in Botanical Art

Visual artist and Botanical art teacherIda Mitrani (www.irishbotanicalartists.ie/members-gallery/ida-mitrani) (www.idamitrani.org) will be running a two-day practical course in botanical drawing and watercolour illustration based in the Trinity Botanic Gardens at Dartry, Dublin 6 (nearest Luas Station, Milltown). Ida is a member of the Irish Society of Botanical Artists and exhibits regularly in Ireland. Some of her…

Climate and Environment in the Pre-Modern World

Climate history is a rapidly evolving field of study that aims (1) to reconstruct climate conditions over past centuries and millennia and (2) understand how societies perceived and responded to changing climates and extreme weather. These aims can be best achieved by combining evidence from both natural and human archives. In this module we will…

CPD in Applied Behavioural Science

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Applied Machine Learning Using Social Data

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Computer Programming for Social Scientists

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Impact Analysis using Social Data

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Narratives for Computer Games

This online CPD programme will introduce you to the core methods of writing for computer games. Primarily, this will incorporate approaches to narrative design and player engagement, and introduce techniques to develop and refine worldbuilding, character development and story structure through the process of game development. In addition, the course will examine important industry skills…

CPD in Pharmaceutical Innovation

Developed by the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Trinity College Dublin and Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace, this programme provides a comprehensive exploration of attitudes, motivations and behaviour needed to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and nurture a culture of innovation among pharmacists. It is delivered as a 3-halfday CPD programme (3 consecutive half days)…

CPD in Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Social Data

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Statistical Thinking for Social Data Analysis

Addressing the scarcity of training in data science in Ireland and co-created with key industry partners, the Applied Social Data Analysis CPD programme trains participants in the fundamental knowledge and skills of social data analysis. The programme goes beyond social data analytics to address causal analysis and consider social issues that are important to industries…

CPD in Sustainable Green Organisation

Sustainability is as much about people as it is about energy and economics. This course introduces participants to a sociotechnical systems model of sustainable organisations, contextualising the organisation’s role between individual decision-making and the services, infrastructure, technology and policies in society. This programme will be of interest to sustainable organisation consultants, sustainability managers or those…

CPD in Understanding and Managing Risk in the Workplace

The course seeks to influence and change practice towards a more predictive risk-based, data-driven process of implementing change and innovation. This is a highly practical course that introduces participants to a novel risk governance platform that facilitates the implementation of a risk-based applied project within the participant’s operational area and will be supported by ongoing…

CPD in Workplace Wellbeing

Well-being is a core value of most societies, albeit conceptualised, defined, and promoted in diverse ways. Deriving primarily from a psychological perspective, this course introduces participants to a sociotechnical systems model of workplace wellbeing, contextualising the organisation’s role between individual’s own wellbeing management, the services, infrastructure and policies in society and the physical infrastructure and…

Cultural Intersections in the History of Art 1

This module presents a thematic overview of the global intersections and relationships of Western visual and material culture across a range of historically located examples. Topics are explored in this module under the broad themes of knowledge and discovery and empire building. Through these lenses lectures will explore topics as diverse as the Wunderkammer, Islamic…

Cultural Intersections in the History of Art 2

This History of Art course examines the influence of different global cultures on the history of Western art from the medieval period to the twentieth century. Organised thematically, it will consider how different factors such as religious conversion, trade and the age of discovery on artistic styles and techniques and introduced new fashions to Western…

Digital Transformation in Manufacturing

This course will equip you with the tools to design and implement digital transformation in the manufacturing sector. Core concepts such as using human-centred design thinking to create and implement strategies, new processes, and culture change will be explored and applied to real-life, relevant challenges in a manufacturing environment. Participants will learn how to leverage…

Dutch

The Department of Germanic Studies will run Dutch language courses at the following levels: – General Dutch – Beginners – Intermediate www.tcd.ie/Germanic_Studies/courses/evening_courses/dutch.

Early Christian Ireland c.400-1000

This module deals with what has traditionally been known as Ireland’s “Golden Age”. Having begun with a brief introduction to prehistoric Ireland, it covers in more detail the period from the arrival of Christianity in the fifth century to the eve of the first Viking attacks at the end of the eighth. The focus is…

English Literature

This English Literature course will provide an introduction to major authors of poetry, drama and prose through close examination of selected texts, chosen from among those prescribed for the Leaving Certificate. The course will be of special interest to teachers and pupils preparing for the examination but the lectures will be directed towards a more general…

Europe 1500-1800: Power and Culture

This module explores the political and cultural history of Europe during the early modern period. It analyses the efforts of reformers to revive their churches and societies during the sixteenth century. It then examines the legacy of these reform movements and considers how cultural divisions as well as competition for power led to prolonged periods…

European Architecture in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

This module will focus on some of the most important architects working in Europe during the six-teenth and seventeenth centuries. It will be organised around key architects and their works will be studied together with their theoretical production. The module aims to introduce students to the ideas shaping architecture in the period 1500-1700, to examine…

Executive Breakout

This programme has been designed for middle and senior managers who want to think differently, work more collaboratively and take their team and organisations to the next level. This immersive and accelerated learning experience is for managers who want to build innovation and creativity capabilities within their organisation. Executive Breakout is a new and exciting…

Foundation Physics for Earth and Life Sciences

This course is aimed at students who may have no prior background in physics but who would like to learn about how physics affects the world around them, in particular the impact physics has on the earth and life sciences. This course may be of particular interest to those considering a career in post-primary teaching.…

Gender: History, Culture and Representation

‘The story is no longer about the things that have happened to women and men and how they have reacted to them; instead it is about how the subjective and collective meanings of women and men as categories of identity have been constructed.’ (Joan Scott, Gender and the Politics of History, New York, 19988, p.6).…

Global Postmodern and Contemporary Art

This course examines global postmodern and contemporary art from the 1950s to the present day. It will discuss transformations in media, authorship, spectatorship, display, and distribution, along with the globalisation of art through art markets, biennales, artistic networks, and museum franchises. Students will learn about key developments such as Pop, Minimalism, Conceptual Art, Performance, Computer…

Greek and Roman Mythology and Religion Part I

What is myth? How do myths deal with fundamental human concerns about who we are and the world we live in? This module is an introduction to the major myths of the classical world using the full range of primary source material: literary, artistic and archaeological. It explores the functions of myth within society and…

Greek and Roman Mythology and Religion Part II

What is myth? How do myths deal with fundamental human concerns about who we are and the world we live in? What is the relationship between myth and religion? Why did the Greeks and Romans worship many gods, believe in oracles, or perform animal sacrifice? This lecture only module is an introduction to the major…

Health Economics

This short course examines the role of economic principles in understanding the behaviour of users and providers of healthcare, systems of healthcare financing and resource allocation within health systems. Key issues addressed include: the ways in which individuals respond to incentives; the advantages and disadvantages of different ways of financing health services; the role of…

I A Clown

Raymond Keane is a founding member of Barabbas and has over thirty years’ experience as clown performer, teacher, director and maker of clown theatre. The course will focus on a journey of unearthing each participant’s individual clown.The goal is to gain understanding and practice of the clown state, what it is to be ‘authentically present’…

I A Clown 2

This is a follow-on course from I A Clown, once again delivered by Raymnd Keane. In this course, participants work in pairs so that two clowns share a stage and an audience. Further Information and How to Apply: thelir.ie/courses/clown-for-actors-1

Imperialism to Globalism: Europe and the World 1860-1970

Global integration is not only a fact of modern life, but of modern history writing. The interconnectedness of distant societies and states, and powerful forces making for social, cultural and economic interaction have prompted significant scholarly assessment. This lecture-only module investigates some of the events and processes which have led to a more integrated world…

Innovators and Disruptors: a History of Change from Antiquity to Present

This evening series explores A History of Change through an analysis of a fascinating array of innovators and disruptors: from political, social, medical, environmental, technological or artistic innovators that are game-changers in all sorts of ways to human actors who disrupt conventional and contested concepts such as sovereignty, liberty, democracy, constitution, state and revolution. In…

Introduction to Acting

The Lir Academy’s Introduction to Acting course is perfect for those who are both inquisitive about a future career in acting and those who simply want to challenge themselves by stretching their creative muscles. Led by some of The Lir Academy’s core teachers, this workshopbased evening course is taught over 10 weeks. Each two-and-a-half-hour session…

Introduction to Acting (Summer School)

This five-day course covers the same curriculum as the ten-week evening course covering acting, physical theatre, movement and improvisation. Suitable for complete beginners.

Introduction to Costume Design

This five-day course offers an insight into the creative process behind designing costumes for theatre. Participants will be taught by top industry professionals who will walk them through the different stages of costume design, from research and concept development to design delivery. The course sets the foundation for further study in the industry for example…

Introduction to Dance

Learn the basics of some of the world’s most famous and favourite dances. Sample the exotic rhythms of Tango one week and find yourself immersed in a crazy Charleston the next. Every two weeks a new dance will be added to the repertoire, so there will be five dances covered in the ten weeks –…

Introduction to Design Thinking

Organisations, institutions and society as a whole face challenges that are complex and multi-faceted. These challenges are often referred to as wicked problems. Such challenges require multidimensional solutions. Design Thinking provides an excellent framework to explore usercentred solutions to challenges in an iterative manner. Rather than being problem-focused, it is solution focused, and action oriented.…

Introduction to European Architecture II

This lecture-only module offers a survey of Western architecture from c.1520. It provides an introduction to the critical analysis of building types. The module considers such matters as issues of style, the functions architecture, as well as the range of technical methods employed by architects in the context of influential factors such as historical period,…

Introduction to European Art II

This lecture-only module offers a survey of Western painting and sculpture from c.1520. It provides an introduction to the critical analysis of artworks and considers such matters as the iconography of major religious and mythological subjects, issues of style, the functions of works of art and architecture, as well as the range of technical methods…

Introduction to Greek Art and Architecture

This module offers an introductory survey of the development and major artistic and artistic achievements of Greek architecture, sculpture and painting from the Greek Bronze Age to the Hellenistic period. The module places art and architecture in its social, political and cultural context. It explores themes such as the representation of the human form, the…

Introduction to Greek History

This course provides an introductory survey of the history of the Greek world, from the Greek Archaic age to the Hellenistic period. The main trends and issues of this period will be explored through major themes such as colonisation, imperialism, war, the Athenian invention of democracy, and the rise of Alexander. Lecturer: Dr Shane Wallace.…

Introduction to Irish Family History

This evening course will run subject to sufficient numbers applying. Family History isn’t just about the past: learning about our origins allows people to get down to the granular details of our ancestors’ lives. It enables people to construct their own family narrative and their personal identity. This lectureonly module is taught through a series…

Introduction to Irish Sign Language (ISL)

This ten-week course introduces the learners to ISL and delivers teaching to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The aim is to bring students to A1 receptive skills and A1 productive skills to engage a basic conversation with Deaf people. This course also introduces some selected parts of Deaf culture.

Introduction to Lighting Design

During this five-day course, participants will learn about different lighting technologies and learn the terminology used in the industry, becoming familiar with the basics of lighting design for the stage. The course focuses on lighting design using traditional and the latest technologies to create a story through lighting and visually engage the audience. Other practical…

Introduction to Roman Art and Architecture

There are a limited number of places available on this course. This lecture-only module is an introductory survey of the development and major artistic and technical achievements of Greek and Roman architecture, sculpture and painting. The course places art and architecture in its social, political and cultural context. It explores themes such as the representation…

Introduction to Roman History

This lecture-only module provides an introductory survey of the history of the Greek and Roman world, from the Greek Archaic age (c.700 BC) to the death of Augustus in AD 14. The main trends and issues of this period will be explored including colonisation, imperialism, war, the Athenian invention of democracy, the rise of Alexander,…

Introduction to Screen Acting

Participants will learn the differences between what is effective on stage versus the demands of the screen. As well as developing strategies for meeting the demands of screen acting, students will become more familiar with the filming process, acting for camera, the equipment and roles of the crew members including the terminology used. The course…

Introduction to Set Design

A five-day intensive course covering the basic stages of set design, from reading the script and creating a concept, to understanding what is required to design a set and create a model box. Participants will be guided by top industry experts through the creative process of designing a set for the theatre, covering practical elements…

Introduction to Stage Management and Technical Theatre

A one-week taster course for anyone who is considering training in stage management or any of the disciplines associated with technical theatre. This course is designed so that participants can attend the full week or opt in for full day workshops. The areas covered in this course will reflect the key subjects covered in the…

Introduction to the History of Architecture 1

This module offers a survey of architecture up to the end of the seventeenth century, with a focus primarily, although not exclusively, on the Western world. It introduces the critical analysis of buildings and the spaces that they occupy considering issues of style, function and technical innovation. Architecture is considered in the context of influential…

Introduction to the History of Art 1

This module offers a survey of art up to the end of seventeenth century, with a focus primarily, although not exclusively, on the Western world. It provides an introduction to the critical analysis of artworks, including painting, mosaic, fine metalwork, manuscripts, and sculpture. The module considers such matters as the iconography of major religious and…

Ireland 1534-1815

This module examines political, social and cultural developments in Ireland during the early modern period within a narrative and thematic framework, starting with Tudor political reform and continuing through to the Act of Union in 1800. The principal issues dealt with include the impact of the Reformation and CounterReformation; the wars/rebellions of the sixteenth century…

Irish Family History: Intermediate Level

You must have completed the introduction module to enrol on this course. Building on the theoretical foundations of the first year, we begin to move into experiential learning with the option of project work in term 2. We explore the Irish diaspora in all its aspects (military, mercantile, civilian, political and criminal exiles and convicts,…

Irish Palaeography

This lecture-only course in Irish palaeography will give a taste of Irish palaeography from the oldest sources up to the present day. Selections of important Irish-language manuscripts from the Library of Trinity College Dublin, the Royal Irish Academy and the National Library will be examined, including the famous Book of Leinster and the Book of…

Irish Sign Language (ISL) for Beginners

This course introduces learners to ISL and delivers a curriculum that is aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The aim is to bring students to level A2 receptive skills and A1 productive skills which allows for engagement in basic conversation with Deaf people. This course also introduces students to Deaf…

Islamic Art and Architecture of the Medieval Mediterranean

This module considers objects and places from the medieval world that have accumulated multiple meanings over time. Challenging the narrative of a ‘clash of civilisations’ between Islam and Christianity, it focuses on the entangled histories of art and architecture in the medieval Mediterranean, examining through case studies the mediatory role of art, material culture and…

Italian Art in the Long Renaissance

This module is an exploration of Italian art – painting and sculpture – from c.1300 to c.1700 in the major centres of Florence, Rome, Venice, Naples, and Milan. The era is distinguished by a revived interest in Italy’s classical past and the emergence of humanist philosophies, and the impact of both on art over a…

Japanese, Intermediate

This course is offered to learners who have successfully completed Post-Beginners’ Japanese. It will take place only if there are sufficient enrolments to make it viable.

Japanese, Introduction to Language and Culture

This course teaches a basic ‘survival’ repertoire of spoken Japanese and introduces some central aspects of Japanese culture, including the writing system. As much use as possible is made of authentic materials. This course will take place only if there are sufficient enrolments to make it viable.

Japanese, Post-Beginners

Continuing from the Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture, this course is designed to extend learners’ ‘survival’ repertoire of spoken Japanese and their knowledge of the Japanese writing system (there is regular practice in character composition and recognition). Aspects of the cultural background are also dealt with. This course will take place only if there…

Junior Academy

The Junior Academy is a tailored programme in acting for talented young actors aged 15-17. Taught by leading professionals, many of whom also teach on the Foundation Diploma in Acting and Theatre and the Bachelor in Acting undergraduate courses at The Lir Academy, the Junior Academy will provide practical experience in Voice (projection, breathing techniques,…

Kingship and Warfare: Ireland, c.1000-1318

This module begins with the rise of Brian Ború from modest origins to become Ireland’s most famous high king – a spectacular career that ended in the iconic battle of Clontarf in 1014. We explore how Irish society and kingship changed in the aftermath of Clontarf as a result of interprovincial warfare and the changing…

Korean, Introduction to Language and Culture

Learn a basic survival repertoire of spoken Korean and some central aspects of  Korean culture, including the unique and easy to learn writing system (Hangul). As much use as possible is made of authentic Korean materials. This course will take place only if there are sufficient enrolments to make it viable.

Korean, Post-Beginners Language and Culture

Continuing from the introduction to Korean language and culture, this course is designed to extend learners’ basic repertoire of spoken Korean and their familiarity with the Korean writing system. Aspects of Korean culture are also explored. It will take place only if there are sufficient enrolments to make it viable.

Latin Language and Culture – Beginners

This course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. This evening course offers a comprehensive appraisal of the language of ancient Rome. It also explores some central features of Latin literature. In this course, we aim to examine the cultural context surrounding classical Latin and…

Latin Language and Culture – Intermediate

This evening course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. An intermediate reading course in Latin is combined with an exploration of Roman life and literature. Starting with a swift review of the basics of Latin grammar, we will aim to begin reading unadapted works…

Life in Modern Ireland

What do we mean by modern Ireland? Where is modern Ireland and when did it begin? Having broached these questions, this course will investigate what life was like on the island of Ireland across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Reflecting the increased focus on social and cultural themes in Irish historiography, this course addresses the…

Literature

From January to April, the School hosts a series of lectures which adopt a thematic approach to the study of literature. The chosen theme varies from year to year, offering members of the public the opportunity to consider English literary works from a variety of fresh and thought-provoking perspectives. Themes covered in recent years have…

Managing People in Healthcare Organisations

This short course comprises three interrelated subject areas: Management and organisational behaviour (MOB) Human resource management (HRM) Organisation Development (OD) Throughout the course, there is a strong focus on creating a learning environment that enables students to: explore and analyse best practice models, theories and approaches for each of the three subject areas reflect on,…

Masterclass in a Framework for Sustainable Workplace Wellbeing

It is well established that a healthy workforce is a happier one, with low levels of absenteeism and greater productivity. Never has this been more relevant than in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Employers across the public and private sector are developing ‘healthy workplace’ policies to support the health and wellbeing of their employees.…

Masterclass in Storytelling for Business Success

Communicating the value of your product or service is essential. We might not always remember the detail of what someone said, but we do remember how we feel listening to them… and we remember the story! The art of storytelling can help transform how we articulate and influence. Whether you need someone to support your…

Musical Theatre

A ten-week evening course offering adults with a passion for musical theatre an opportunity to develop the fundamental techniques required to perform in Musical Theatre. Taught through group masterclasses and rehearsals, this intensive immersion in musical theatre will help build confidence, develop new skills and develop existing skills in a collaborative environment. During the course…

Musical Theatre Intensive

This two-week intensive musical theatre course is aimed at intermediate and advance level performers/singers who have already received some formal vocal training and want to pursue musical theatre as an interest or a career. During the course students will work with a singing tutor/musical director, core Lir teachers and some of Ireland’s leading music theatre…

Painting in Europe in the Long Eighteenth Century

The module will study some patterns of artistic development in Britain, France and Ireland, with reference to the circumstances found in the main centres of production. It will explore the roles of the major artists of the period such as Gainsborough, Hogarth, Angelica Kauffmann, and Reynolds; H.D. Hamilton, Hone and Roberts, and Boucher, David, Adélaïde…

Portuguese

The Department of Hispanic Studies will run European Portuguese language and culture courses. These courses are developed in accordance with the provisions of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) at the following levels: Beginners – Level A1: This course gives learners a basic knowledge of Portuguese language, culture, and contemporary society. Students…

Post-Beginners Modern Greek Language

This evening Greek Language course will run subject to sufficient numbers enrolling – there will be a limited number of places available. You may apply online or by phone* as follows: ONLINE: You may register and pay by credit/debit card online at www.historieshumanities.tcd.ie/shortcourses AFTER enrolments open for each term. By telephone: Please text ‘APPLY FOR…

Postgraduate Certificate in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship

Creative and Cultural entrepreneurship is defined by those who practice it; the mindsets that drive them, the principles they employ to accomplish their work, and the impact that work has on the wider community. On this practical Postgraduate Certificate (Level 9) in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, participants will learn everything that they need to develop,…

Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Thinking, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Students participating in this online course explore their creative potential and acquire a range of transferable skills such as communication, problem solving and personal leadership. Students experience and engage in the innovation process in conjunction with real entrepreneur’s, business leaders and industry mentors in a dynamic yet informal learning environment. They also participate in industry…

Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Innovation

Developed by Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace in collaboration with the School of Medicine and Health Innovation Hub Ireland, this Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Innovation brings together the academic expertise with the entrepreneurial capacity of a world class innovation hub to deliver something truly unique. Graduates will develop entrepreneurial skills that can be applied across multiple…

Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation and Enterprise Development

The Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation and Enterprise Development aims to empower students to translate their creative and innovative ideas into products, services and policies. You will learn the fundamentals of innovation, idea generation, opportunity recognition and enterprise. You will acquire the tools needed to be innovative and entrepreneurial in your approach to problem solving and…

Psychology: The Science of Behaviour and Mind

This lecture course will present an overview of contemporary psychology and introduce participants to cutting edge research undertaken by School of Psychology staff. Topics include: how babies learn to talk, brain imaging, experimental neuropsychology revelations from the broken brain, using emotions to overcome emotional distress, perceiving our world, early adversity and later development, social neuroscience,…

Religion and Society 1095-1517

At the beginning of the twelfth century western Christendom had a new optimism: a commercial and urban boom, new religious orders, new church buildings, the codification of religious law, a flourishing of religious art, a movement to “recover” the Holy Land. Between 1250 and 1500 war, plague and religious dissent had a profound impact on…

SLAVONIC LANGUAGES

Thank you for your interest in our evening courses. Course descriptions and application forms will be available on www.tcd.ie/Russian/courses/eveningcourses.

Stage Combat

This course is suitable for complete beginners and those actor-combatants looking to improve their unarmed fighting skills for film and theatre. Unarmed is probably the most requested skill set for fight performers and this course will cover all the essentials as well as build your strength and confidence to make you a more effective performer.…

Storytelling for Business Success

Whether you need someone to support your organisation, get behind your idea, or get excited about following your lead, refining your storytelling skills can help. In this masterclass you’ll learn how to shape your idea into a story and gain tools and techniques that will help you bring your vision to life and create stories…

Summer Acting Camp

The course is designed for young actors aged 12-15 who have a passionate interest in performing and would like to have an early start in acting training. Participants will get a taste of the environment of a theatre academy and hone their skills under the supervision of core Lir Academy teachers. The programme introduces young…

Technology and the Stage

This two-day lighting and sound workshop will offer an overview of lighting in a theatrical setting and examine the value and uses of lighting design as an important element of theatre production. It will also take participants through the process of creating a sound design for a theatre production and will look at examples of…

The Clear and Confident Voice – Public Speaking

Designed and delivered by Cathal Quinn, The Lir Academy’s Head of Voice, this course introduces people to techniques that can be easily employed to improve their voice, public speaking, personal impact & influencing skills. The programme covers areas such as clarity of thought and speech, greater physical and vocal presence, better breath support, tools to…

The Hundred Years War c.1337-1453

The Hundred Years War was in reality a series of wars, on both land and sea, arising primarily from the political and dynastic conflicts of the kings of England and France. It was fought mainly in France but also engulfed Brittany, Scotland, the Iberian kingdoms, the Netherlands and other countries. The first part of the…

Themes in Irish Art 1

This course presents a thematic introduction to Irish art, architecture and design in its broader international context. Subjects will be connected across periods and styles – the focus not on presenting individualised summarised histories but rather considering how aspects of Irish visual history are connected and have evolved over time. Lectures will include the identification…

Themes in Irish Art 2

This module presents a thematic overview of the global intersections and relationships of Western visual and material culture across a range of historically located examples. Topics are explored in this module under the broad themes of appropriations and the ‘other’ and cultural geographies. Through these lenses, lectures will explore topics as diverse as orientalism, photography…

War and Peace in Modern Europe

In this module, we discuss how Europe was defined and redefined through war, military occupation, civil conflicts, and peace agreements in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Drawing on examples of various – through often interrelated – conflicts, we discuss several major questions: How did international and civil conflicts shape European culture and politics? Why was…

Young Actors’ Programme (2 weeks)

The course is designed for young people aged 16+ who have a passionate interest in performing, who may be thinking of applying to The Lir Academy or a similar drama academy or have an interest in theatre and who would like to explore the craft of acting further. The programme introduces young performers to the…

Young Actors’ Programme (4 weeks)

This four-week course, designed for young people aged 16+, includes all the elements of the two-week programme but also includes a particular focus on musical theatre. The programme introduces young performers to the reality of intensive training, replicating four weeks in the life of a full-time acting degree. The course will provide an introduction to…

Accounting (P.Grad.Dip.)

Designed for non-accounting graduates. This 8-month conversion programme fast- tracks students towards professional accountancy. It focuses on the fundamentals of financial accounting, management accounting, corporate finance, audit, taxation and related areas. On completion of 12 modules, graduates gain significant exemptions from the examinations of professional accountancy bodies. Expert faculty and practitioners combine to deliver modules,…

Addiction Recovery (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. is designed for Addiction Recovery Practitioners working across the Addiction and support services. The course is offered by the Discipline of Public Health and Primary Care at the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin with a range of teaching from leading experts from across Trinity College as well as leading clinicians the Health…

Ageing Health & Wellbeing in Intellectual Disability (P.Grad.Dip.)

This interdisciplinary course will develop and strengthen the skills, competencies and knowledge of students, thus enabling them to promote and develop excellence in the delivery of care for people with an intellectual disability. Students will explore the physical health, policy and complex care needs of people with intellectual disabilities. The course will prepare them as…

Applied Behaviour Analysis (M.Sc.)

This is an intensive full-time course which aims to ensure that students become efficient in the practical application of the principles of applied behaviour analysis, with particular regard to persons with autism and other developmental disabilities and/or children and adolescents in care or special programmes, and/or those clients presenting learning and/or behavioural challenges in school.…

Applied Linguistics (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics is aimed at teachers of second and foreign languages. The discipline of applied linguistics investigates a range of issues around language in contemporary society. Among these, the most prominent issues – and the central topics of the M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics – are those surrounding second and foreign language education.…

Applied Psychology (M.Sc.)

The course is designed to provide students with a thorough appreciation of issues in applied psychology, knowledge of the skills required to apply psychology effectively, and a detailed understanding of their chosen focus of application. The themes of analysis, intervention and evaluation are central to the structure and philosophy of the course, which establishes a…

Applied Social Data Science (P.Grad.Dip.)

The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Social Data Science will provide you with a competitive edge in the rapidly expanding job market for data scientists. You will acquire valuable skills which are sought after in the high productivity sectors, including information technology, consulting, financial services, risk-assessment, logistics, as well as positions in government, NGOs and academia.…

Applied Social Research (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Applied Social Research is designed for graduates in the social sciences who want to develop their research skills and gain employment in the area of research. This Masters is equally suited to those who wish to build research skills for application in their current work environments. The course also provides a strong…

Art History (M.Phil.)

This Art History course offers students a wide range of art-historical approaches to the art and architecture of Ireland and the abundant holdings of European and World art in Ireland. It is an opportunity to study modern and contemporary Irish art, the remarkable collections of medieval manuscripts in Dublin, the links between Irish and European…

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule for the Clinical Setting (Online Course)

ADOS-2 is a semi-structured, standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, play/imaginative use of materials and restricted and repetitive behaviours for individuals who have been referred because of possible autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Fundamentally new to the ADOS-2 than ADOS-G are the procedures involved in the algorithm computation and the Comparison Score for modules 1 through…

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule for the Clinical Setting (Online Course)

ADOS-2 is a semi-structured, standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, play/imaginative use of materials and restricted and repetitive behaviours for individuals who have been referred because of possible autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Fundamentally new to the ADOS-2 than ADOS-G are the procedures involved in the algorithm computation and the Comparison Score for modules 1 through…

Biodiversity and Conservation (M.Sc.)

This programme has been designed to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical grounding in the science of biological diversity and its conservation. The programme is taught in modules, and these are grouped into theoretical components, practical research skills, and modules dealing with individual desk-based and experimental research projects. The course is taught through…

Biomedical Engineering (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering provides an advanced training and education to the next generation of biomedical engineers. Biomedical Engineering is considered as the application of engineering principles to advance healthcare and medicine. Some of the most exciting work in biomedical engineering today takes place at the intersection of the biological, physical, chemical, engineering and…

Biomedical Sciences (Intercalated) (M.Sc.)

Students will take a core module in Clinical Research based in the Clinical Research Facility, St James’s Hospital and concurrently follow one of five specialist tracks, which will be provided by the actual modules as offered by the currently running five Masters courses (i) the masters course in molecular medicine, (ii) the masters course in…

Business Analytics (M.Sc.)

Our M.Sc. in Business Analytics is ideal for students with a quantitative background. It will equip graduates with the skills and knowledge to launch a career in this fast-expanding field. You gain critical thinking skills and develop expertise to analyse and organise business data and derive actionable insights from them. In an increasingly digital world,…

Cancer Survivorship (M.Sc./P.Grad.Dip.)

This postgraduate programme is aimed at health care professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, including medicine, nursing and allied healthcare disciplines, who are involved in the provision of care to cancer patients. It offers an evidence‐based approach to the management of physical and psychosocial issues that arise in cancer survivorship. Cancer survivorship is recognised…

Children’s Literature (M.Phil.)

This postgraduate degree programme offers an exciting opportunity to study a wide range of children’s literature – a broad category that encompasses everything from picture books through to Young Adult fiction. This course addresses chronologies, genres, modes of criticism, readerships, publishing trends and the full apparatus of literary investigation, while exploring the unique power dynamics…

Children’s Nursing (H.Dip.)

This course aims to develop and expand knowledge, skills and attitudes in nurses towards infants, children and their parents and family, as a unit in society. This course aims to develop and expand knowledge, skills and attitudes in nurses towards infants, children and their parents and family, as a unit in society. Closing Date: 31st…

Chinese Studies (M.Phil.)

Chinese Studies is a multidisciplinary field of study, drawing upon and integrating disciplines such as History, Linguistics, Politics, Social Policy, Cultural Studies and Translation Studies. The course focuses on China today and China over the last century. This course offers a unique and vibrant educational experience which equips its students to be global citizens. The…

Christian Theology (M.Phil.)

A This Masters in Christian Theology provides students with the opportunity to gain an in-depth knowledge of core issues in Christian theology and to develop skills of critical thinking in relation to them. Students are introduced to historical scholarship and to rigorous contemporary theological investigation. The focus on theological studies of the highest academic standing…

Christian Theology (P.Grad.Dip.)

This Postgraduate Diploma in Christian Theology enables participants to gain an in-depth knowledge of core issues in contemporary Christian theology. Students are introduced to historical scholarship and to rigorous contemporary theological investigation. Students study four core modules, two optional modules and write a dissertation.  Core Modules are: Readings in Classical Theological Texts; Jesus of Nazareth:…

Circular Economy and Recycling Technologies (P.Grad.Dip)

Waste management, scarcity of resources, minimizing emissions and energy use and maximizing selective reuse and recycling processes are some of the issues that need to be considered to allow for future economic growth, reduction of negative environmental impacts and to tackle climate disruption. The Circular Economy concept offers strong alternative solutions to these problems. Graduates…

Classics (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Classics is designed both for those who are already fully trained in the classical languages and for those who have completed non- language based degrees. The course provides students with an excellent grounding in postgraduate research skills in Classics. It also hones the sort of analytical, written, and verbal communication skills that…

Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psych.)

This course provides an intensive and systematic programme of training, equipping each student to meet the challenges facing clinical psychology and to make a unique contribution to the Irish Health Services. The course is structured so that the academic teaching typically takes place in term time for one and a half days per week. In…

Clinical Speech and Language Studies (M.Sc.)

The aims of the course are to provide qualified Speech and Language Therapists with opportunities to advance their academic knowledge and professional practice skills with specific clinical populations. These courses provide additional specialist qualifications to already qualified Speech and Language Therapists and do not serve as initial qualifications to practise as a Speech and Language…

Community Health (M.Sc. / P.Grad.Dip.)

The aim of this course is to enable students from across a broad spectrum of professional backgrounds to gain a grounded understanding of the core principles of public health and their application to the practice of community healthcare, and to increase graduates’ employability in community health practice. The course is suitable for people who are…

Comparative Literature (M.Phil./P.Grad.Dip.)

M.Phil. – This course is designed to provide an understanding of Comparative Literature as a subject of study and a critical practice. The core modules provide the theoretical and methodological basis for comparing texts of various genres and artefacts of different media at an advanced level. Optional modules enable the further development of these competencies…

Comparative Social Change (M.Sc.)

This course has a significant international dimension drawing on the rich and informative experiences of other EU member states, North America, the four Asian Tigers, plus the BRIC countries, particularly Brazil, China and India. In addition, the course provides advanced training in conceptualising, designing and conducting comparative research across countries and the role that this…

Computer Science - Augmented and Virtual Reality (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Computer Science (Augmented & Virtual Reality) equips students with the theoretical and practical knowledge to enable them to participate in the design and development of the technology that underpins the fast moving video game market and the wider industries of interactive entertainment, new media and communication. Previous graduates from our M.Sc. programmes…

Computer Science - Data Science (M.Sc.)

Data Science or Big Data has become a hugely important topic in recent years, finding applications in Healthcare, Finance, Transportation, Smart Cities and elsewhere. In this strand, Trinity’s leading experts in this field will guide you through how to gather and store data (using IoT and cloud computing technologies), process it (using advanced statistics and…

Computer Science - Future Networked Systems (M.Sc.)

The Future Networked Systems strand deals with how things become smart and connected as software systems are more and more embedded in our everyday environments, from mobile social networking to managing city resources such as road traffic. Dealing with such large-scale, cyber-physical and distributed systems requires novel approaches that address timeliness, safety, privacy and scale…

Computer Science - Intelligent Systems (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Computer Science (Intelligent Systems strand) focuses on smart, interactive web applications and systems, which are becoming an integral part of our daily lives at home, in the workplace, and in social interaction. Designing and building these systems requires expertise in artificial intelligence, human language understanding and generation, web systems and applications, data…

Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation (M.Phil.)

This course is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland reflecting the School and Trinity’s commitment to cross-border education. It offers an inter-disciplinary approach to the challenges of political and social reconciliation in the aftermath of violent conflict. Graduates are equipped for work with local and international organisations, and gain transferable skills for a wide variety of…

Counselling Psychology (D.Couns.Psych.)

This intensive full-time course provides professional training in Counselling Psychology and is accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland. The three main objectives of the course are (1) to allow students to obtain a level of postgraduate academic and research performance appropriate for the award of a doctoral qualification, (2) to progress this academic and…

Creative Writing (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Creative Writing is based in the Trinity Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing, 21 Westland Row, the birthplace of Oscar Wilde. Our faculty includes some of Ireland’s leading contemporary writers, including Eoin McNamee, Deirdre Madden and Kevin Power, Harry Clifton and Carlo Gébler. Each year the Centre also plays host to visiting…

Dementia (M.Sc.)

This M.Sc. in Dementia has been developed, in partnership with National key stakeholders, to meet the demands and challenges within the health care system and specifically within dementia care. Students are required to attend the university for one week in September, approximately 15 days in year 1 and approximately 10 days in year 2. Full…

Dental Surgery (D.Ch.Dent.)

Special Care Dentistry- Course Director Dr Alison Dougall Periodontics – Course Director Dr. Ioannis Polyzois Prosthodontics – Course Director Dr Michael O’Sullivan Oral Surgery – Course Director Mr. Dermot Pierse Orthodontics – Course Director Therese Garvey Paediatric Dentistry – Course Director Dr. Anne O’Connell Dental Public Health – Course Director Associate Professor Brett Duane Closing Date: See www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate

Development Practice (M.Sc.)

The Master in Development Practice is part of a global network with a Secretariat at the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network with offices at Columbia University in New York (and was the only programme to receive seed funding in Europe in the first round). This course is part of the only global educational network…

Diagnostic Radiography (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Diagnostic Radiography is aimed at graduates with a science or healthcare related undergraduate degree that wish to pursue a career in diagnostic radiography. The course is designed to provide high quality academic education and practical training to enable graduates to practice safely and independently as diagnostic radiographers. The programme will equip diagnostic…

Digital Humanities and Culture (M.Phil./P.Grad.Dip.)

The MPhil and the Centre for Digital Humanities Students on the Masters in Digital Humanities and Culture are encouraged to participate in the activities, projects and network of the Trinity Centre for Digital Humanities (https://dh.tcd.ie). Trinity is internationally recognised for its research in this field, and maintains a lively team of DH researchers, projects, partners…

Digital Marketing Strategy (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Digital Marketing Strategy is designed to provide you with the knowledge and tools required to become a highly skilled digital marketing strategist. You will learn about digital design, the user experience and how to plan and implement digital strategies. We focus on how different companies do business in a digital world, coupled…

Disability and Child Protection: Towards New Understanding

Introduction This cutting edge micro-credential aims to provide learners with an understanding of key issues in the area of disability and child protection. It is designed to meet the specific training needs of all education, health, social care and policing professionals working in the area of disability, child protection and welfare or sectors where the…

Early Irish (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Early Irish is an opportunity to develop a wide range of specialist skills, as well as a deep technical knowledge of the Irish language as it was used during the Middle Ages. The programme explores the language through four key prisms: Old Irish prose, Old Irish poetry, Primitive and Archaic Irish as…

Early Modern History (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Early Modern History offers well-qualified graduates in History, the Humanities and the Social Sciences an introduction to research in the political, social, cultural and religious history of Ireland, Britain and Europe across the early modern period. This one-year course (or two years part-time) is designed to introduce students to a wide range…

Economics (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Economic aims to provide well-qualified graduates in economics and related disciplines with the training required to work as economists in the public, private and non-profit sectors or to enter Ph.D. programmes in economics. The course focuses on the technical skills needed to undertake economic research and emphasises active and problem-based learning to ensure…

Electronic Information Engineering (M.Sc./P.Grad.Dip.)

This is a one year full time or two to three year part-time postgraduate course designed to provide graduate engineers with skills to design modern computational products and systems. Information processing engines pervade all aspect of modern life. Examples include digital assistants (speech recognition and synthesis), automotive systems (remote sensing and cyber physical control), the…

Energy Science (M.Sc.)

This masters programme aims to provide students with a science, engineering or other appropriate background, with a broad knowledge and experience of the science and application of both conventional and sustainable energy technologies. The connection between physics, chemistry, earth science and economics determines how energy is utilised, the environmental consequences of its use, and in…

Engineering (Environmental / Structural and Geotechnical / Transport/Sustainable Energy) (M.Sc.)

This is a one year full-time masters course designed to provide graduate engineers with specialist understanding in one of the following areas: Structural and Geotechnical Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Transportation Engineering; or Sustainable Energy Engineering. These programmes reflect our academic expertise and link closely with our research challenges. Our M.Sc. programmes offers you with an opportunity…

Engineering for Climate Action (P.Grad.Dip.)

This Postgraduate Diploma (Level 9) offers a unique opportunity to transform the applicant’s skillset through a multidisciplinary programme with a core engineering lens. The blended-learning programme will provide students with the knowledge and experience to effectively respond to the climate and biodiversity emergency and make a sustainable impact at an individual, organisational and national level.…

English Language Teaching (M.Phil)

The M.Phil. in English Language Teaching is aimed at both new and experienced teachers of English as a foreign or second language. The course will give practising teachers the opportunity to explore current issues in ELT, and to deepen their understanding of the theoretical and practical concerns that underlie their teaching in TESOL and other…

Entrepreneurship (M.Sc.)

This programme is specifically designed for those with an entrepreneurial mindset, providing students with the specialist knowledge and practical ability to start a new venture, finance start-ups, support new enterprise or scale and grow existing businesses. You will have access to Trinity’s entrepreneurship programmes including LaunchBox, Blackstone Launchpad and the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society. Learn how…

Entrepreneurship of Smart Medicines (M.Sc.)

This M.Sc. in Entrepreneurship of Smart Medicines is ideally suited for entrepreneurs, business sector specialists, venture consultants and professionals. Students will undertake five taught modules and a research project. This course is designed to provide a new language to those coming from a non-biology background in drug discovery and pharmaceutical development. The course is designed…

Environmental History (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Environmental History course offers an advanced qualification to graduates in History, Political Science, History of Ideas, Cultural Studies or similar. This course gives students a firm understanding of the interplay of, and feedbacks between, nature and culture over time. This programme has a strong methodological focus, including training in digital humanities technologies,…

Environmental Sciences (M.Sc.)

The taught M.Sc. degree in Environmental Sciences, as the first of its kind in Ireland, has an established pedigree, attracting students with diverse academic backgrounds from Ireland and abroad. This full-time, intensive course is intended for administrative and scientific workers and new graduates with an appropriate environmental science related background, although applications from graduates with…

Film Studies (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Film Studies at Trinity offers two interesting ways to pursue further analysis of film and the film industry at university: – The Theory, History, Practice strand is a unique opportunity to embark upon a detailed investigation into the intellectual currents and aesthetic concerns surrounding the study and practice of film and digital…

Finance (M.Sc.)

This highly ranked programme is designed for students who want to develop the analytical and technical skills required to succeed in modern finance. Delivered by expert faculty and leading finance practitioners, you will receive the highest analytical and practical training possible through Bloomberg training, finance simulations and real-life case studies. Graduates gain the skills required…

Financial Risk Management (M.Sc.)

This programme is designed for students with a quantitative background who want to explore how financial tools can be used to mitigate risk for corporations and society. Industry professionals, practitioners and consultants from around the world will teach you how to forecast, react to and minimalise risk. We deliver a comprehensive understanding of the core…

Gender and Women’s Studies (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Gender and Women’s Studies provides a critical understanding of the current scholarship on the position and representation of gender in society. Drawing on insights and perspectives from a number of academic fields within the Humanities and Social Sciences, the course is both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary, training students to research across a range…

Genomic Medicine (M.Sc.)

This M.Sc. offers a state of the art date overview of the emerging field of Genomic Medicine which is increasingly impacting on the conduct of medical practice and life science research, leading to the era of personalised medicine. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to generate, evaluate and apply genomic…

Global Challenges for Sustainability (Charm EU) (M.Sc.)

The CHARM-EU Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability offers a unique international learning opportunity. CHARM-EU students will have the chance to address the pressing need for sustainability in a transdisciplinary and challenge-based environment. This international programme will employ innovative pedagogical approaches and mechanisms to engage staff and students of diverse backgrounds and disciplines to facilitate,…

Global Health (M.Sc.)

This innovative and successful programme, run by the Trinity Centre for Global Health, aims to provide graduates with a greater appreciation of the global interconnectedness of health problems and to equip them with a range of analytical and methodological skills to address the challenges of global health. Designed for individuals from a wide range of…

Healthcare Infection (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Healthcare Infection aims to provide graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the multiple disciplines that must align to deliver effective control of human pathogens in the hospital and community settings. The course will provide foundation and advanced knowledge on the monitoring, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases. There will also be…

Healthcare Innovation (P.Grad.Dip.)

This contemporary programme has been designed for graduates from a healthcare background. Through research-lead teaching and experiential learning, students will build a detailed, critical and practical understanding of issues in innovation and, in particular, the adoption of innovation within the healthcare landscape. The programme will hold interest for those working in the Irish healthcare sector…

High Performance Computing (M.Sc.)

This is a one year (full time) taught M.Sc. in High Performance Computing. The degree provides practical training in the emerging high performance computing technology sector. The aim of the course is to train students in practical applications of high- performance technical computing in industry, finance and research. Course content includes computer architecture, software optimisation,…

Human Resource Management (M.Sc.)

Designed for students from all disciplines, this programme has been fully accredited by CIPD, HR Certification Institute, and is fully aligned with the Society for Human Resource Management. You will gain the specialist knowledge and practice-based ability that are vital in the world of human resources and business performance. This is the only programme in…

Identities and Cultures of Europe (M.Phil./P.Grad.Dip.)

Exploring and analysing questions of identity as they have unfolded and continue to unfold in Europe, this course will equip students with the critical tools and real‐life experience to understand the complex and varied challenges posed by shifting notions of identity and their very real consequences.

Immunology (M.Sc.)

This M.Sc. in Immunology includes study of immunological processes and mechanism, how they contribute to disease and how they might be manipulated therapeutically. By focusing on the molecules, cells, organs and genes of the immune system, their interaction and how they are activated and regulated, students will develop a deep understanding of the pathological processes…

Immunotherapeutics (M.Sc.)

Trinity College Dublin is at the forefront of immunological research worldwide where Clarivate analytics describe three Trinity immunologists in the top 1% of researchers worldwide based on number of citations. The M.Sc. in ImmunoTherapeutics is an innovative and multidisciplinary postgraduate degree for scientists wishing to pursue careers in the therapeutics industry and related fields. This…

Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (LL.M.)

Intellectual Property and Information Technology have become significant and growing areas of law at both a European and an international level. With this in mind, the Law School recently introduced a new LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology law. This masters programme, popular with both EU and non-EU students, provides graduates with a knowledge…

Interactive Digital Media (M.Sc.)

The course is designed to help students learn how to design, develop and understand digital media applications and content on existing and emerging platforms. The course covers the programming languages and applications used in digital media, a range of design techniques (graphic design, interactive design, UI/UX design, game design) as well as approaches to content…

Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies (M.Phil.)

Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies integrates a variety of theological and other disciplines in order to explore significant and complex relationships within and between religious communities and their traditions. These fields of study attend closely to the connections and tensions experienced as the religions encounter alternative social, political and cultural resources of meaning and identity.…

International and Comparative Law (LL.M.)

With the increased globalisation of the last twenty years and, even earlier, with the rise to prominence of the international human rights movement, there has been the impetus for students of all nationalities towards studying areas of law with a broad international and comparative focus. This programme will allow students to engage meaningfully in comparative…

International and European Business Law (LL.M.)

The LL.M (International and European Business Law) is designed for graduates who wish to specialise in business law with a view to pursuing their research interests in this field or in preparing to work in busy international commercial firms or legal practice across the globe. This programme will enable students to gain invaluable specialist knowledge…

International History (M.Phil.)

The M. Phil. in International History offers students the chance to pursue historical research outside the boundaries of the nation state. Students will be trained in transnational, comparative, and international approaches to history and have the opportunity to study foreign languages, cultures, and societies. Possible topics of focus include the movement of culture, people, and…

International Management (M.Sc.)

This programme is specifically designed for business graduates who wish to pursue an international career or work in organisations that target global markets. The intensive programme equips you with the knowledge and the practical skills to operate within the global business environment and the cultural acumen to communicate and negotiate in different cultures and markets.…

International Peace Studies (M.Phil./P.Grad.Dip.)

International Peace Studies examines the sources of war and armed conflict and suggests methods of preventing and resolving them through processes of peacemaking and peacebuilding. The course combines perspectives from international relations, ethics and conflict resolution to reflect critically upon the wide range of social, political and economic issues associated with peace and political violence.…

International Politics (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in International Politics consists of four compulsory modules, four elective (half) modules and a dissertation. The compulsory modules are: International Politics International Conflict Research Design Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods The elective modules on offer vary from year to year. In 2020-21 these included: Global Justice State and Society in the Developing World…

Irish Writing (M.Phil.)

This course offers an exploration of Irish writing in English from the late seventeenth century to the present. Trinity has educated many important writers, from Jonathan Swift to Samuel Beckett to Eavan Boland to Anne Enright. It has also long led the way in the teaching and researching of Ireland’s literature. Amid a diverse and…

Law and Finance (M.Sc.)

Interdisciplinary study at the postgraduate level is widely recognised as a highly desirable attribute for employers. The MSc in Law and Finance offers an advanced qualification to graduates in business, economics or law.  The course will develop the students’ skills to apply theory to practice, solve business problems and help organisations to continuously grow and…

Laws (LL.M.)

Our flagship LL.M programme offers students the opportunity for postgraduate study where they can select modules from a substantial list of modules covering the disparate branches of law. Students can focus on public law or private law modules or may take a selection of both. This programme will enable students to develop the skills to…

Legal Training for Child Protection & Welfare Practitioners

Introduction This innovative micro-credential offered in conjunction to Mason, Hayes and Curran, is designed to meet the specific need for education and training in legal statues and the application of those in practice for all health, social care and policing professionals working in the area of child protection and welfare. This MC is offered to…

Linguistics (M.Phil.)

Linguistics is the systematic study of human language. It has its roots in antiquity, though the twentieth century saw an explosion of research and the development of new theories and approaches. Linguistics has become an exciting and vigorous area of study, with strong connections to many fields including psychology, sociology, anthropology, cognitive science, computer science,…

Literary Translation (M.Phil./P.Grad.Dip.)

The M.Phil. in Literary Translation equips you with the skill to apply translation theory to your literary translation practice in creative and original ways. You will craft a unique portfolio of translations under the guidance of academic and professional mentors.  There is a strong and growing demand for highly-trained translators with the creativity and linguistic…

Management (M.Sc.)

This programme is designed for non-business graduates who want to gain the business acumen, management knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in today’s increasingly digitized and globally connected business environment. This conversion programme offers a wide and diverse range of subjects and upon successful completion of the programme, graduates should be well positioned to gain…

Marketing (M.Sc.)

This course is designed to equip you with the relevant skills required for a successful career in Marketing. With a blend of traditional and contemporary thinking, we ensure that our students understand the fundamental building blocks of ‘how to market’ in the 21st century and the modern technologies that connect businesses to their consumers today…

Master in Business Administration (M.B.A.)

The Trinity MBA is an intensive project-based programme designed to create unique and global leaders. Whether you want to accelerate your current career path or transition to a new industry, you will gain the knowledge, skills and network to achieve your goals. Our global community of students learn cutting edge real-world management techniques from both…

Master in Education (M.Ed.)

The programme is suitable for educational professionals, including teachers, and for individuals in related fields. Graduates in fields such as history, Nursing – Child Health and Wellbeing, psychology, administration, language, mathematicsor science who wish to relate their particular fields of competence to the practice of education, will also be considered. M.Ed. students register on one…

Mechanical Engineering (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering addresses advanced topics over a wide range of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering subjects. Within the M.Sc., there is a wide range of module options and an excellent opportunity to engage in topical research with leading research groups within the School of Engineering. This full-time M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering consists of…

Medieval Studies (M.Phil.)

Engaged with the formative period of Western culture, Trinity’s M.Phil. in Medieval Studies equips students with the critical skills needed for in-depth work on medieval texts, sources, and artefacts, and provides an introduction to what different disciplinary methods offer the medievalist while permitting students to specialise in particular approaches in accordance with their interests.  The…

Mental Health (M.Sc.)

Candidate must currently engaged in the mental health / mental illness field normally hold an honours degree in a relevant discipline or otherwise satisfy the selection panel that they have the ability to complete and benefit from the programme. Closing Date: 31st July 2022

Micro-credential - Advanced Spatial Analysis using GIS

o    Why should I take this MC If you work with spatial data and maps and would like to have the ability to analyse this data and create your own maps and new spatial information, then this micro-credential is for you. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are used in many professions and industries, from engineering and…

Micro-credential - Air Pollution: Monitoring Assessment and Control

The School of Engineering is a research-led, multidisciplinary school committed to delivering world-class education, research and innovation.  Our innovative teaching, research excellence and state of the art facilities are the perfect backdrop for the new Micro-credential modules we are now offering. Why should I take this Micro-credential? Air pollution represents a global health challenge and is directly…

Micro-credential - Creating Value with ESG

This course is for business professionals who are interested in learning more about how to implement environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into their business operations.  Issues, such as sustainable development, climate action, business and human rights, integrated reporting and stakeholder management are taking an increasingly important role for internationally operating businesses. Participants will advance…

Micro-credential - Cyber-physical Systems and Control

The School of Engineering is a research-led, multidisciplinary school committed to delivering world-class education, research and innovation.  Our innovative teaching, research excellence and state of the art facilities are the perfect backdrop for the new Micro-credential modules we are now offering. Why should I take this Micro-credential? The rapid growth of embedded systems in the previous decades…

Micro-credential - Digital Technologies in Human Services

The micro-credential is designed to meet the digital skill needs of professionals working in human services such as social work and social care work and those who manage such services. Firstly, it aims to increase learners’ awareness of the use of digital technologies in human services and then to increase their ability to assess the…

Micro-credential - Finance for Non-financial Executives

The programme is designed for anyone who is in charge of a budget and who seeks to understand and analyse financial reports and also forecast future performance.  The aim is to give business leaders and decision makers a strong grasp of finance language, terminology and skills in analysis. . The programme empowers non-finance managers to…

Micro-credential - Foundations in Lean Operational Excellence

The modern business environment requires leaders to develop responses to global competitive challenges that ensure the survival and growth of their organisation into the future.   The programme is designed for current and future leaders within any business operation who are looking to develop their people and processes to achieve operational excellence. The core “red thread”…

Micro-credential - Leading Business Analytics and Big Data

Knowledge of big data and artificial intelligence has become crucial in developing a clear analytics strategy that enhances the creation of value. This programme is designed for business innovators and leaders as well as data engineers moving to a management role and provides a roadmap to successfully exploit analytics and big data to bridge the…

Micro-credential - Leading Digital Marketing Strategy

Understanding how to guide the development of effective digital strategies and how to oversee the optimisation of digital marketing activities is a critical skill set for today’s business leaders.  Ireland has gained a status of special significance in the global digital economy with eight of the top ten global information technology companies having a significant…

Micro-credential - Leading People

This programme is designed for those in management roles or those transitioning into management, with the underpinning logic that effective communication and leadership is critical to success, maximising engagement, nurturing talent and teamwork.  Participants learn how to directly improve performance and the professional development of the people within their organisation and/or value chain. The programme…

Micro-credential - Leading Teams

This programme is designed to help participants improve the performance of their teams. The programme will blend theory and practice. Participants will have the chance to deepen their own self-awareness and develop a grounded approach to teamwork. There is an opportunity to work through your own team case study to ensure that the learning you…

Micro-credential - Low Carbon Power Technology

The School of Engineering is a research-led, multidisciplinary school committed to delivering world-class education, research and innovation.  Our innovative teaching, research excellence and state of the art facilities are the perfect backdrop for the new Micro-credential modules we are now offering. Why should I take this Micro-credential? Our modern society is highly dependent upon electricity for communications,…

Micro-credential - Negotiating for Value

The programme affords participants opportunities to work, plan and negotiate together to successfully create bi-lateral and multi- lateral agreements.  It is designed to empower candidates to employ tried and tested negotiation strategies to create value through mutually beneficial deals. A well-designed negotiation strategy informs how value maximising agreements should be approached. This course is designed…

Micro-credential - Nurse/Midwife Authority to Refer for Radiological Procedures

To equip nurses/midwives with the necessary knowledge, skills, attitudes and competencies to refer persons for radiological and other imaging procedures safely and within the practitioner’s scope of practice. Risk Management Evidence-based practice and clinical governance in relation to referring for medical radiological procedures Legislation for nursing/midwifery referral for medical radiological procedures Legal liability and clinical…

Micro-credential - Professional, Ethical, Legal and Communication Issues informing Nurse and Midwife Prescribing and Clinical Practicum

This micro-credential will facilitate students to explore their role as prescribers and the factors that influence this role in context of their role, function and responsibilities as a nurse or midwife. It will also address the mandatory regulatory Requirements and Standards for registration as a Nurse/Midwife Prescriber with NMBI in relation to the Professional, Ethical,…

Micro-credential - Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Abuse

This is a multi-disciplinary micro-credential which aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the topic of and responses to the abuse of adults at risk. It aims to develop and enhance competencies related to the domain of at-risk populations and is open to professionals who work in any sector which provides care or services to…

Micro-credential - Solar Energy Conversion and Application

The School of Engineering is a research-led, multidisciplinary school committed to delivering world-class education, research and innovation.  Our innovative teaching, research excellence and state of the art facilities are the perfect backdrop for the new Micro-credential modules we are now offering. Why should I take this Micro-credential? This module will give you an extended foundation of the…

Micro-credential - Transport Modelling and Planning

The School of Engineering is a research-led, multidisciplinary school committed to delivering world-class education, research and innovation.  Our innovative teaching, research excellence and state of the art facilities are the perfect backdrop for the new Micro-credential modules we are now offering. Why should I take this Micro-credential? Transportation is responsible for almost 20% of our annual CO2…

Middle East in a Global Context (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Middle East in a Global Context is designed for students who hold a degree in any discipline and are interested in studying the region of the Middle East, its histories, cultures, politics and (optionally) language. This masters programme provides a foundation in the methods and disciplines relevant to the study of the…

Midwifery (H.Dip.)

This course is taught by the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin in partnership with The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin and The Coombe Women & Infants Hospital, Dublin. The course is designed to develop midwives with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to become competent, analytical and reflective practitioners, thus enabling them to provide…

Midwifery Practice and Leadership (M.Sc.)

The aim of this course is to strengthen and develop the knowledge and skills of participants. The course covers the theory of practice, education, administration and research, and commences with one full study week followed by one study day per week or the equivalent throughout the academic year. There is a written assessment associated with…

Modern and Contemporary Literary Studies (M.Phil.)

The study of literature is never just one thing. Modern literary culture is diverse, exciting, complex and rich.  The course offers graduates in English and related disciplines (such as History, Art History and Modern Languages) the opportunity to explore over two centuries of anglophone writing and literary history. You will be introduced to key texts,…

Modern Irish History (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Modern Irish History introduces well-qualified Humanities or Social Sciences graduates to research in modern Irish history, to the problems currently addressed by historians and to the methods they apply to study of the subject. Drawing on the current interests of staff, the course is based on the rich resources of Trinity’s library…

Molecular Medicine (M.Sc./P.Grad.Dip)

The course aims to provide students with an understanding of the molecular basis of human disease and its implications for the practice of clinical medicine and research in the life sciences. The course will ensure that students from all disciplines have the skills necessary to conduct research and critically evaluate the scientific and medical literature.…

Music and Media Technologies (M.Phil.)

In recognition of a shared interest in Information Technology and a growing awareness of its relevance for music, Trinity has developed this masters programme. A particular feature of this programme is a balanced approach to musical and technological topics. Musically, a strong emphasis is placed on the development of adaptable compositional skills, while technological topics…

Neuroscience (M.Sc.)

Neuroscience is a discipline concerned with the scientific study of the nervous system in health and disease. Research in the neurosciences is of considerable clinical impact considering the debilitating and costly effects of neurological and psychiatric disease. In this regard, a major goal of modern neuroscience research is to elucidate the underlying causes (genetic or…

Nursing (M.Sc.)

The programme seeks to enable registered nurses to acquire the sophisticated knowledge, skills and decision-making abilities necessary to practice in dynamic healthcare environments. It is intended that graduates of this programme will be equipped to become leaders in their respective disciplines and to enhance nursing practice through their advanced research and critical thinking skills. On…

Nursing - Child Health and Wellbeing (M.Sc.)

The aim of the MSc in Nursing – Child Health and Wellbeing is to strengthen and develop the knowledge, skills, competencies and attitudes of the participants, thus enabling them to fulfill their highest potential in the personal, professional and practice arena of children’s health. The course will provide advanced study in research methods, the theoretical…

Old Irish (P.Grad.Dip.)

This Postgraduate Diploma in Old Irish aims to provide graduates in related disciplines with a solid grounding in Old Irish language and literature. The course lasts for the two semesters of one academic year beginning in October and requires full- time study. The course will consist of six contact hours per week, as follows: Introduction…

Operations and Supply Chain Management (M.Sc.)

Supply chains exist for every product and service that we consume, directly or indirectly. This programme allows students to develop a strategic and analytical perspective of global, interconnected supply chains and their increasing complexity. Ideal for students with strong analytical skills or background, this programme equips graduates with the tools and expertise to manage supply…

Philosophy (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. in Philosophy offers the foundation for advanced research in philosophy. Students are given in-depth courses in philosophical methodology, core areas of contemporary philosophy, the Anglo-American and Modern European traditions and the application of contemporary scholarship to key historical figures. Students will also write a dissertation on a topic of their choice in consultation…

Playwriting (M.F.A.)

This course is designed to equip students of exceptional talent with the skills necessary to pursue a career in theatre and related industries through the development of skills, professional practices and creative approaches to writing for performance. Through a series of skills-based writing workshops and tutorials with professional playwrights, directors and a dramaturge the individual…

Professional Masters Education (P.M.E.)

The Professional Masters in Education (PME) is a required qualification for those wishing to work as post-primary school teachers in the Republic of Ireland and a recognised teaching qualification within the EU. The course aims to prepare new entrants for the teaching profession who are subject experts in their chosen discipline, are knowledgeable, creative and…

Psychoanalytic Studies (M.Phil.)

The Masters of Philosophy in Psychoanalytic Studies offers graduates a thorough introduction to the history, theory and applications in clinical work and in the wider culture of psychoanalysis from Freud to modern writers in this broad field. The course is of interest to people from a variety of backgrounds, including graduates of psychology, philosophy, and…

Psychology (H.Dip.) - Psychology Conversion Course

This course provides a pre-professional qualification in psychology and confers eligibility for graduate membership of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). It allows a student to proceed to postgraduate training, including higher degrees by research, and to specialise in an area of professional psychology. It is a two year full-time course based on lectures, tutorials,…

Public History and Cultural Heritage (M.Phil.)

The M.Phil. Public History and Cultural Heritage course in Public History and Cultural Heritage is designed to provide students with a rigorous grounding in public history and to prepare high-calibre graduates in a unique and thorough fashion for the management of cultural heritage. We define ‘public history’ and ‘cultural heritage’ broadly.  The course involves analysis…

Quantum Fields, Strings and Gravity (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Quantum Fields, Strings and Gravity offers advanced education in modern High Energy Theory and Mathematical Physics. The topics include String Theory, Conformal Field Theory, General Theory of Relativity & Cosmology, Quantum Field Theory and Lattice Gauge Theory.  Students will have an opportunity to discuss cutting edge research and perform their own M.Sc.…

Quantum Science and Technology (M.Sc.)

The M.Sc. in Quantum Science and Technology offers advanced training in quantum science with a specific orientation towards the quantum tech industry. It is designed to draw on the research excellence in quantum information science and material science that is currently conducted at Trinity. The aim of the programme is to give students an opportunity…

Race, Ethnicity, Conflict (M.Phil.)

This one-year postgraduate course examines the techniques used by states and international agencies to manage peoples and conflict, their social and cultural impact and the responses they elicit. It applies a wide variety of sociological theories to racialization, gender, migration, ethnic conflict and peace-making. It is designed for people who work or wish to work…

Smart and Sustainable Cities (M.Sc.)

Projects for smart cities involve the regeneration of existing urban areas as well as the creation of large new settlements, and have a major positive impact on the many environmental, social and economic systems that underpin the planet. Meanwhile, and with a strong overlap with smart city initiatives, cities around the world are reacting to…

Speech and Language Processing (M.Phil.)

Speech processing is the science concerned with how speech communication works: how speech is produced by the speaker and understood by the listener. It is also concerned with how these processes can be analysed and modelled, and with how these models can be used to develop technologies that also produce and understand speech (synthetic voices,…

Sports and Exercise Medicine (M.Sc.)

The aim of this M.Sc. course is to allow participants further their career progression in musculoskeletal and sports and exercise medicine by enhancing basic background knowledge in anatomy, exercise physiology, sports and exercise science; and, in addition develop high quality practical and critical thinking skills in musculoskeletal assessment, rehabilitation, exercise testing and training prescription in…

Stage Design (M.F.A.)

The Stage Design programme is purposely designed to allow students to either specialise on one area of stage design (set, costume OR lighting design) or to combine disciplines as desired (set and costume design for example, or set and lighting design). Students will take three concurrent modules in the first two terms. The final module…

Theatre and Performance (M.Phil.)

This taught masters offers a dynamic fusion of theory and practice to nurture the development of future practitioners, researchers, innovators, and leaders of theatre and performance. It is designed to strengthen students’ analytic, critical, and practical approaches, with teaching occurring across lecture, small-group seminars/tutorials, and studio- based formats, as well as through one-on-one supervision of…

Theatre Directing (M.F.A.)

The Master in Fine Art Theatre Directing programme is the first entirely practiced-based Masters programme of its kind in Ireland. It was introduced following extensive consultation with the Irish theatre community and is a direct response to the stated needs of the industry and of talented emerging artists. Students will take three concurrent modules in…

Translational Oncology (M.Sc.)

This M.Sc. programme in Translational Oncology will provide high-quality training for basic scientists and clinicians in the theoretical and practical aspects of the causes and treatment of cancer. A major focus of the programme is the cellular and molecular basis of cancer. The course also covers the scientific and clinical challenges pertinent to the management…

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