Information for current graduate research students and supervisors can be found in the below resources.
The Student Handbook provides details of the programme including the calendar, module selection processes and guidelines for progression through the programme. The Student Handbook for 2022-23 is currently being updated and will be online soon.
The Graduate Research Regulations provide details of our academic guidelines and quality assurance in relation to graduate research awards.
Please note you must be logged into the TU Dublin network to view some of the forms below. To log in, please use your TU Dublin student number and password or, if you are a supervisor, your staff email and password.
- PGR 1A Registration Form
- PGR 1B Application for PhD from Prior Publications
- PGR1C Application for RPL
- PGR1E Proposal for Joint and Multiple Research Awards
- PGR 2A Research and Professional Development Plan
- PGR 2B Student Annual Progress Report
- PGR 2C Supervisor Annual Progress Report
- PGR 2D Assessment of Annual Progress
- PGR 2E College Annual Progress Report
- PGR 3A Application to Transfer to Higher Register
- PGR 3B Report on Transfer Examination
- PGR 3C Application for Confirmation for PhD Register
- PGR 3D Report on Confirmation Examination
- PGR 4A Nomination of Examiners
- PGR 4B Confirmation of Suitability of Thesis
- PGR 4C Examination Report
- PGR 5A Module Deferral
- PGR5B Changes In Registration Status
- PGR 5C Changes in Supervision
- PGR 5D Student Grievance
- PGR 5E Request for Assessment Re-check
- PGR 5F Request for Assessment Re-mark
- PGR 5G Student Appeal
- PGR 6 Request for Approval on Non-Standard Module
For further information, please contact the Graduate Research School at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a graduate research student you will complete your own research project and simultaneously develop a range of specialist and professional skills.
Information on the modules currently available for professional development is available in the Professional Development Modules 2022-23 Booklet
The TU Dublin Code of Conduct for Research Integrity provides guidance on conducting research to the highest international standards.
National Framework for Doctoral Education
The key aim of the National Framework for Doctoral Education is to underpin excellence in all forms of doctoral education in Ireland and TU Dublin fully endorses the Framework and its principles for doctoral education are incorporated in all of our research programmes
Additional resources for current research students:
The TU Dublin Graduate Research Student Assistance Fund 2023 provides financial support to research students who are experiencing short or long-term financial difficulties while registered on a research programme at TU Dublin.
The fund is open to any full-time or part-time student currently registered for one of the four research degrees in TU Dublin ie Postgraduate Diploma by Research (PgDip (Res)), Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Doctor of Music (Performance) (DMus) and the application form is available here.
The Terms and Conditions of the TU Dublin Graduate Research Student Assistance Fund 2023 are available here
Budget details must be provided with each application using the Excel file available here