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PhD Scholarship Award

 
The Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies Trinity are offering a four-year PhD scholarship. This scholarship includes full PhD EU student fees for four years and an annual student stipend of €16,000. Our doctoral candidates are registered on the 4 year structured Trinity PhD programme. Students have access to a variety of taught modules as part of our M.Sc. taught programmes to enhance and support PhD research.

Two PhD Studentships

 

The Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies Trinity are offering two PhD studentships. These studentships will cover half PhD EU student fees for new part time or full time PhD students. Our doctoral candidates are registered on the 4 year structured Trinity PhD programme. You will have access to a variety of taught modules as part of our M.Sc. taught programmes to enhance and support your own research.

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The Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies is the longest established centre for the professional education of Speech and Language Therapists in Ireland. The Department offers a four-year undergraduate degree programme in Speech and Language Therapy. The Department also offers postgraduate courses for qualified Speech and Language Therapists, as well as opportunities for research and continuing professional development.

Throughout our research and teaching activities, the Department promotes equal access to communication opportunities and social participation for children and adults with speech, language and communication impairments. The Department is also concerned with building the knowledge base in the management of swallowing and feeding difficulties. The Department has strong links with a wide network of clinical services and is committed to collaborative partnership with health service providers.

Head of Discipline: Margaret Walshe