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Prospective Students

The Centre has a history of supervising graduate students and integrating a number of activities conducive to both their general education and their career prospects. Graduate students work with individual academic members from one of the Centre's constituent institutions (Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin or NUI Maynooth) and are affiliated with the institution of their supervisor. In addition, they take an active part in the many and regular activities of the Centre, especially the weekly reading seminar and the work–in–progress seminar. The Centre also provides a forum for postdoctoral fellows, not least through the IRCHSS Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.

Applications and further information regarding graduate and postdoctoral studies at the Plato Centre, including queries related to funding, should be addressed to the Director of the Centre, Vasilis Politis.

For further information about the programs and the requirements for graduate admission to Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, or NUI Maynooth, please visit the webpage of the graduate studies office of the specific institution. Please note that as of October 2009 the philosophy departments of Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin have merged to form the Dublin Graduate Philosophy Programme. For information about the IRCHSS Government of Ireland postgraduate and postdoctoral fellowships please click here.


Last Updated: February 20 2013 15:03:02.