Fees - MPhil in Literary Translation - Trinity College Dublin

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Click here for a full list of postgraduate fees. Fees will vary depending on whether you choose to do the MPhil, the Postgraduate Diploma or the Postgraduate Certificate.  

For more information on fees, please refer to this page.


For a comprehensive list of the funding opportunities available at Trinity, please visit the Postgraduate Scholarships Website.

Christopher Donovan Translation Prize

This prize was established in 2009 to honour the memory of Christopher Donovan, a former student of the M.Phil. in Literary Translation. This prize was founded by his family and friends. The prize will be awarded annually, by decision of the Court of Examiners of the M.Phil. in Literary Translation, to the student who submits the best Portfolio of Translation provided that the mark exceeds 70%.

Scholarships available to Trinity applicants

There are various funding opportunities open to applicants, including education grants, loans, and scholarships. Some of these options are open to all students, whereas some will have restrictions based on your EU/Non-EU status, course of study, and similar.

For a full list of scholarships (including the European Excellence Awards for EU students/residents, the Government of Ireland International Education Scholarship for non-EU students, the Mitchell Scholarship for US students, the Global Education Programme for students from the Russian Federation, and more), please consult Trinity's dedicated scholarship page.

Key Capital Scholarships

Key Capital has founded this scholarship to support a student on the MPhil in Literary Translation who has no other financial support. The scholarships are worth €10,000 and are awarded to the student who achieves the highest combined marks in their cohort on the writing sample and the sample translation at the point of applying and is not in receipt of any other external financial support.

Government of Ireland International Education Scholarships Programme 2022/23

Government of Ireland International Education Scholarships Programme scholarship are awarded to high calibre students from non-EEA countries to study in Ireland for a period of one year. The deadline for applications by students is 17.00 Irish time on Friday 25 March 2022. For more details, including how to apply, please see this page.

Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) Grants
Candidates may also be eligible for SUSI grants. More information is available here