Postgraduate research degrees

The School of Mathematical Sciences, DIT, welcomes applications to study for the degrees PhD and MPhil. Research degrees can be taken either full time or part time.

The School has vibrant research environment with several full-time and part-time research students. Our postgraduate students participate in the School research seminar series, contribute to the mathematical sciences research group, interact closely with each other, researchers in the School and externally, and support each other throughout their studies. Many of our students are supported by research grants and are working on multi-disciplinary projects.

Dublin Institute of Technology offers a structured PhD programme that combines research with advanced, discipline-based modules and modules focussing on research and employability skills. The expected duration of full-time study for a doctorate is up to four years and up to two years for the degree of MPhil. Part-time candidates are expected to take up to eight years for a PhD and four years for a MPhil. Information about postgraduate research at DIT can be found at the Graduate Research School together with a selection of funding opportunities, fees information and information about applying.

If you are interested in applying for a research degree in the School of Mathematical Sciences, please first visit the School's research pages where you will find information about the research currently taking place. Prospective applicants should contact possible supervisors to discuss ideas for research projects and the research interests of academic staff can be found by selecting individual staff on the people pages. For general enquiries please contact Dr Chris Hills, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (+353) 1 4024611.