Research Opportunities - Structured Masters & PhD

Structured Masters & PhD Research Opportunities 


Funded under the HEA Innovation and Transformation Programme 2018


Applications are sought from suitably qualified candidates for a postgraduate research opportunity leading to the award of a Masters Degree by Research at TU Dublin, Tallaght Campus location

Minimum requirement: Applicants must hold an Honours degree (Grade 2:2 or higher) in the relevant area. For non-nationals, an IELTS score of >6.0 is also required. 

Successful candidates will be eligible for a scholarship under TU Dublin which will provide a stipend of €16,000 per annum, full EU college fees paid for the duration of the project (2 years for masters or 4 years for PhD) and a contribution towards project running costs.

Please forward your completed application form along with a recent version of your CV and transcripts to

Applicants called for interview must attend in person and/or be available to interview via video link (telephone only interviews are not permitted). 

For further information, please click on the project code below.

CLOSING DATE: See Individual projects

Further Information

Project Title


Lead PI

Funded By



An Audit and Profile of the Community Development
Sector in South Dublin County
Application Form download


Dr. Phil Mulvaney


26/07/19 @ 5pm


Development of a Novel Scavenging & Sensing Device for Biological Contaminants in Water
Application Form download

Host-Guest Chemistry for Environmental Application

Dr. Reeta Joshi Lead Supervisor 
Dr. Mary Deasy (Co-supervisor)
EPA Co-fund with
TU Dublin
18/06/19 @ 5pm









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