The Centre has a long and proud history of supervising graduate students and integrating a number of activities conducive to both their general education and their career prospects. These include, but are not limited to:
- the consistent and intensive philosophical and philological training they receive through participating in the Weekly Reading Seminar;
- the experience in presenting their own work and fielding questions on it from fellow graduate students, early career researchers, and established scholars in the Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Work-in-Progress Seminar;
- the daily interaction and assistance that is available to them from postdoctoral fellows, and established scholars who are resident in the Trinity Plato Centre;
- the ready availability of a 3,500 volume strong library of texts in Ancient Philosophy, many of which are out of print and difficult to find.