Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin is recognised internationally as Ireland’s premier university and as one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities. Founded in 1592 on the general pattern of the colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, it is the oldest university in Ireland and one of the older universities of Western Europe.
Students benefit from a scholar teacher model where they have the opportunity of being taught by world-leading experts in their field. Trinity College Dublin’s 47 acre campus is situated in the center of Ireland’s capital city, where cobbled squares, historic buildings and playing fields stand alongside state-of-the-art facilities such as the Science Gallery, the nanoscience research centre (CRANN), the Long Room Hub Institute for Arts and Humanities, the Biomedical Sciences Institute, and The Lir Academy for Dramatic Art. Its Library contains 5 million volumes and an extensive collection of manuscripts, the most famous being the Book of Kells.
Today Trinity has a vibrant international community of almost 17,000 students, 92,000 alumni and 2,860 members of staff. The student population represents 122 nationalities. The university also prides itself on attracting academic staff from all over the world.
Trinity College is currently ranked in the top 100 Universities and first in Ireland across all indicators. The Geography Department is ranked in the top 100 globally.
Applications for admission are received all year with start dates in Spring and Autumn
Interested applicants to the Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Group in the Department of Geography should send a preliminary applications to Dr. Bourke >bourkem4[at]tcd.ie<
- Please send all requested documentation as a single PDF file.
- Please place ‘PhD application’ in the subject line of the email.
Application procedures [PDF]
- Natural Flood Management Link