Voices from ... PhD students

Wednesday, 2nd December 2015
Written by: Jessica Trick

 

This week’s “Voices from…” event, provided the opportunity for students to learn more about postgraduate study, applications and considerations. The four speakers were Trinity PhD students: Emma Norton (School of Physics), Jessica Foley (Arts within the School of Engineering), James Sheridan (School of History and Humanities) and Kyle Hughes […]

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A brief taste of Eurocracy – applying for a Masters at the College of Europe, Warsaw

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“The College […]

Careers Week 2014

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The week will offer an impressive selection of sector-specific talks delivered by employers […]

Can a taught postgraduate course help me to get a job?

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