Trinity College offers two Drama Postgraduate courses:
The M.Phil in Theatre and Performance is a one-year taught course offering a study of strategies of analysis in theatre and performance in the context of Irish theatre practices. The course offers a study of contemporary strategies of analysis in theatre and performance, with special consideration of the practices of Irish theatre, involving input from the professional field. The course structure consists of core modules leading to a directed research project and dissertation.
The Constantia Maxwell Bursary for Postgraduate Taught Courses (2019-20 intake)
The School of Creative Arts is pleased to announce that we will be awarding one €5,000 bursary to the top ranked applicant to our MPhil in Film Studies: Theory, History, Practice, the MPhil in Theatre and Performance and the MPhil in Music Composition. Applicants will be ranked on the basis of previous academic qualifications, the quality of their supporting application, their letters of reference, and their potential for higher level research.
Existing applicants should indicate to the MPhil co-ordinator whether they would like to be considered for this bursary. All applications for these courses and this bursary must be received by 28th June 2019.
For further details, please contact the Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning, Dr. Paula Quigley firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students engaged in doctoral research spend their time preparing for and writing a thesis, which is then examined and upon which the degree may be awarded. They work closely with a supervisor from the School who guides their research and monitors their progress. They meet regularly in a postgraduate seminar to discuss common theoretical and methodological concerns, and where they read and critique others' work under the guidance of senior academics. In the first year they also attend courses in critical and cultural theory and in methodology for theatre and performance studies.