Applications are invited from those with a Masters in Theology who wish to complete a PhD in the following areas, beginning in September 2017:
- Fundamental Theology / Philosophical Theology
The importance and contribution(s) of Maurice Blondel to twentieth-century Catholic thought and practice
- Systematic Theology
Contemporary Trinitarian Theology ‘19th and 20th Century Receptions of Aquinas
Ressourcement Theology: Plumbing its Patristic and Medieval Foundations
- Moral Theology / Theological Ethics
The interface of the Catholic moral tradition with intellectual trends and contemporary issues in bio-ethics and related fields
The interaction of Catholic social teaching with contemporary justice and human rights challenges
- Sacred Scripture / Biblical Studies
The Characterisation of God in the Synoptic Gospels
The Characterisation of God in a Book of the Old Testament
- Ecclesiastical History
The devotional worlds of European Christianity from the later Middle Ages to the modern period.
Three scholarships are offered over a 3 year period. Tuition fees, accommodation and on-site meal plan included
Each scholarship includes tuition fees, accommodation and on-site meal plan.
In order to gain deeper insight into the particular research interests and methodologies of the Maynooth Faculty, applicants might consult the Faculty staff pages here
Note: dissertations in particular areas may be written in either French or German.
Final date for receipt of applications: Friday 19th May 2017 at 4pm GMT