Graduating Soon? Visit the Jobs Expo Cork

Graduating Soon? Visit the Jobs Expo Cork

Are you Munster-based and planning the next steps in your career?  Then, make sure to visit the Jobs Expo Cork. This Jobs Expo event will be held at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs on Saturday 30th March 2019 (10am-4pm). Jobs Expo Cork will feature hundreds of active job opportunities at home and abroad and is […]

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Maynooth University Talks on Music

Maynooth University Talks on Music

Over the next few months, Maynooth University has a fantastic line up of talks and seminars addressing the themes and history of music. Prof. Armand D’Angour (University of Oxford) – The Rediscovery of Ancient Greek Music When: Friday, February 22, 2019 – 15:00 Where: John Hume Lecture Theatre 7 The Maynooth University Departments of Ancient […]

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Early Irish and Celtic Studies Talk and Wine Reception

Early Irish and Celtic Studies Talk and Wine Reception

This Valentine’s Day, why not share your love of history with that special someone? As a part of the Irish and Celtic Studies Research Seminar, Dr. Sharon Arbuthnot, Queen’s University Belfast, will give a talk titled ‘New Words, Old Words, and Non-Words in the Early Irish Glossaries’ at Maynooth University. Irish and Celtic Studies Seminar When: Thursday, […]

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Teaching and Learning Seminars at WIT

Teaching and Learning Seminars at WIT

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has announced details of seven forthcoming Teaching and Learning seminars funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education as part of the 2018-2019 National Seminar Series. The seminars will take place in the institute from February to June 2019 and cover a range […]

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Maynooth University Love Data Week 2019

Maynooth University Love Data Week 2019

The purpose of the Love Data Week (LDW) event at Maynooth Univerity is to raise awareness and build a community to engage on topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse, and library-based research data services. They will share practical tips, resources, and stories to help researchers at any stage in their career use […]

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Jobs Expo Galway: Only 1 Week Left to Register

Jobs Expo Galway: Only 1 Week Left to Register

Do you want to explore your career options? Jobs Expo is returning to Galway. This popular recruitment fair will be held at the Galway Races, Ballybrit on Saturday 16th February 2019 (10am-4pm). This event features hundreds of active job opportunities at home and abroad and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature […]

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Remembering Bunting Festival at QUB

Remembering Bunting Festival at QUB

Queen’s University Belfast, in conjunction with Dún Uladh, are participating in the Remembering Bunting Festival this year. This weekend of FREE events will honour the great Irish music collector Edward Bunting (1773 – 1843). Date: 8/02/2019 – 10/02/2019 Time: 11:00PM – 5:00PM Location: Please see individual event Price: – Free – all are welcome Audience: […]

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NUI Galway Postgraduate Open Day

NUI Galway Postgraduate Open Day

Postgraduate Open Day—Wednesday 6 February 2019 This Postgraduate Open Day is the perfect opportunity for you to experience life at NUI Galway first hand. Come and talk to their students and staff, explore the campus, check out the facilities and learn more about the courses in which you are interested. If you have any general […]

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Marine Institute’s Summer Bursary Scholarship Scheme 2019

Marine Institute’s Summer Bursary Scholarship Scheme 2019

Deadline 8th February The Marine Institute continues to invest in the next generation of ocean professionals, through the 2019 Summer Bursary Scholarship Scheme, which provides third level students with work experience across a number of marine areas. About the Bursary Scholarship Scheme CEO of the Marine Institute, Dr Peter Heffernan said, “Our Bursary Programme has been […]

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CIT School of Music Youth Theatre “I Am Anne Frank”

CIT School of Music Youth Theatre “I Am Anne Frank”

A celebration of the life of Anne Frank in word, music and song will be performed by The CIT Cork School of Music Youth Theatre.  Adapted for the stage and directed by Peadar Donohoe (The Shakespeare Sessions, Bullying Prevention Session, Choices), this event boasts an all-female cast performing selections from The Diary of Anne Frank. […]

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Making Waves: UCC’s New Ocean Energy Test Facility

Making Waves: UCC’s New Ocean Energy Test Facility

Ireland’s ocean energy test facility, Lir, was officially opened last week by Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney TD. Located in the €20 million UCC Environmental Research Institute (ERI) Beaufort building in Ringaskiddy, Cork, Lir – the National Ocean Test Facility provides world-class laboratory testing for offshore wind, wave and tidal […]

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MBA Experience Day

MBA Experience Day

Are you considering undertaking an MBA? On Saturday January 26th, 2019 UCD Smurfit School will host a unique event for prospective MBA participants. The ‘MBA Experience Day’ is an opportunity for you to get a real insight into the UCD Smurfit MBA. MBA Experience Day: What to Expect Attendees will have the chance to attend […]

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UCD Sutherland School of Law Doctoral Scholarships

UCD Sutherland School of Law Doctoral Scholarships

The Sutherland School of Law makes available a number of full scholarships for those commencing their PhD studies in UCD. These are typically advertised early in each calendar year. All those who apply to undertake a full time PhD in the School by the deadline are considered. The scholarships provide tuition fees and a yearly […]

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Apply Now for the IRC Employment-Based Postgraduate Programme

Apply Now for the IRC Employment-Based Postgraduate Programme

Combining excellent research with workplace experience, the Irish Research Council’s Employment-Based Postgraduate Programme is a unique national initiative. First piloted in 2012, it provides students in all disciplines an opportunity to bring great research ideas into an Irish employment partner with the support of a higher education institution. They top up the wage of a […]

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Maynooth University: Women In STEM Hume Awards

Maynooth University: Women In STEM Hume Awards

As part of the Athena Swan initiative, this year Maynooth University will fund two Women in STEM Hume (WISH) awards. All applicants are subject to the eligibility requirements as stated in the John and Pat Hume Doctoral Scheme Terms and Conditions. STEM Hume Awards The two WISH awards are available only to women applicants to […]

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Queen’s University Belfast talk on Theology and Neuroscience

Queen’s University Belfast talk on Theology and Neuroscience

Professor Irene Tracey from the University of Oxford, will be speaking on “Theology and Neuroscience” on 24th January at 16:15 in Queen’s University Belfast. This event is organised by Joanne McConnell and students, staff, and the general public are welcome to attend. This talk is for over 18s only. About Professor Irene Tracey Irene Tracey is […]

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CIT Engineering, Science & Technology Roadshow

CIT Engineering, Science & Technology Roadshow

Building on the success of last year’s CIT Engineering Roadshow, CIT’s Engineering, Science & Technology Roadshow has traveled to Midleton, Fermoy, and Bantry, and will be exhibiting at the Bishopstown Campus next Monday. This year’s expanded series will provide students with even more information about the wide range of possibilities available to them. Monday 14th […]

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Call for Papers: Future Visions for a Democratic Internet

Call for Papers: Future Visions for a Democratic Internet

International Symposium – Dublin, 27th June 2019 Future Visions for a Democratic Internet: Actors, Norms, Institutions In 2004, Jack Balkin referred to the Internet as a “democratizing force”. This expression is emblematic of the original optimism with which many scholars welcomed the unprecedented developments of digital technologies. Some of the literature embraced the belief that […]

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Education Expo 2019 Dates

Education Expo 2019 Dates

Education Expo is Dublin’s newest event for courses, colleges and upskilling. The dates for 2019 have been announced and Saturday, 7th September from 10.00am to 4.00pm will see the expo kick off at the RDS. This unique education fair promises to be a great day for those wishing to enroll on courses or develop their […]

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University of Limerick Open Day – Saturday 12th January 2019

University of Limerick Open Day – Saturday 12th January 2019

Don’t miss this great opportunity to attend this FREE University of Limerick Open Day! The University of Limerick Open Day kickS off 9am on Saturday at the University. If you are considering doing a postgrad course in Limerick register for this event today here. Why a postgraduate at UL? A postgraduate qualification under your belt […]

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