Insectionality and the Beginning of a PhD journey

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Insectionality and the Beginning of a PhD journey is the final session of the Breaking Boundaries: A Disabled Postgraduates PhD Journey series of seminars.

Breaking Boundaries: A Disabled Postgraduates PhD Journey focuses on Intersectionality, and Invisible Disabilities. Disabled students only make up 2.3% of postgraduate the population (Ahead, 2019). The Trinity College Dublin Forum for Disabled Staff and Postgraduate Students has identified that they face many barriers to their successful transition to and completion of postgraduate study. In recognition of this, the TCD Forum for Disabled Staff and Postgraduate Students in association with the Trinity Ability co_op, and with the support of the Postgraduate Advisory Service Postgraduate Community & Wellbeing Fund , and the GSU Disability Rights Officer have organised this series of talks.

This seminar series is open to all and welcome guests from all colleges. It would be of interest to disabled people considering postgraduate study or staff in higher education interested in understanding the barriers facing postgraduate researchers.

Insectionality and the Beginning of a PhD journey takes place online on the 17th of May at 1pm. 

Register here


Trinity College Dublin is a prime choice for anyone looking to pursue a postgraduate course in Ireland.

TCD has a huge variety to choose from on the postgraduate level. Whether you are seeking to obtain an MA, PhD, Diploma or Certificate, Trinity’s postgraduate programmes have something for everyone in the heart of Dublin’s City Centre.

Why do a postgrad at Trinity?

  • It’s a research-centred environment
  • It’s home to a supportive community
  • Location, location, location. At the heart of Dublin’s City Centre
  • State of the art facilities
  • A global village – diverse cultures blended together

If you are interested in taking a postgraduate course at Trinity College, you can book or enquire here.


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