Trinity College Dublin is Ireland's leading university, steeped in history with a reputation for excellence in education and research. While our campus dates back over four hundred years, our research facilities and institutes sit right in the twenty first century.
The university has research strengths that span the Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Arts and Humanities - a spectrum that is mirrored by our broad range of taught post-graduate courses and research opportunities at Masters and Doctorate level.
As a truly international university, we welcome applications from prospective post-graduate students anywhere in the world.
I look forward to welcoming you to your graduate studies here at Trinity College Dublin.
Professor Martine Smith
Dean of Graduate Studies
Prof Martine Smith, PhD is Fellow of Trinity College Dublin (2010) and a former Head of the Discipline of Clinical Speech and Language Studies and Head of the School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences. Her research and teaching focus on developmental speech, language and communication impairments, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and the impact of severe communication impairments on social participation and identity. She is involved in a number of international research collaborations, including the multi-site Becoming an Aided Communicator project exploring how children acquire language using aided communication.
To make an appointment with the Dean, please contact Ms Catherine Allen (Dean.GradSecretary@tcd.ie).