Research Week 2022 at Maynooth University

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Research Week 2022 at Maynooth University is taking place from 24-27 October 2022, during which Maynooth researchers are taking on some of the most pressing challenges facing society today.

All week the University invites the public in to hear about and engage with the rich body of multi-disciplinary research being undertaken right here in Maynooth, and the impact those discoveries are having across the globe.

This week-long series of events is a chance to be enlightened and inspired by MU’s captivating and thought-provoking academics (and their students!) across our three faculties: Science and EngineeringArts, Philosophy and Celtic Studies; and Social Sciences – as they open up their world to the public and to colleagues across the campus.

Research Week 2022 at Maynooth University

View the full Research Week 2022 schedule here  

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At Maynooth it is the individual that matters. For your postgraduate studies, the small class sizes and one-to-one guidance from senior lecturers and global researchers will challenge and inspire you. Furthermore, you can also contact the Graduate Studies Office for any one-to-one advice and support you might need. You will be joining the 20% of the Maynooth University student population who are undertaking Masters, Diplomas or Research programmes, working and studying towards their personal or professional development goals in a supportive academic teaching and learning environment.

Maynooth University’s researchers and academics hail from more than 95 countries and our alumni network comprises more than 70,000 people across the globe.

At Maynooth, senior academics and internationally respected researchers challenge and inspire students in small classes and with one-to-one supervision, helping emerging scholars to reach their academic potential and build a stand out resume or CV.

The postgraduate cohort includes students who hold John and Pat Hume Doctoral awards, Irish Research Council, Mitchell, Fulbright and SFI scholarships, reflecting Maynooth University’s academic excellence across disciplines.

The Graduate Studies Office is dedicated to ensuring a unique and valuable postgraduate experience for each and every student. If you would like to find out more about MU’s postgraduate courses please enquire here.

Steven Galvin

University of Galway Doctoral (PhD) Scholarship, 'Exploring the Arctic Archive: Recovering Documentary Visual and Literary Sources of the Circumpolar North in the Long Nineteenth Century'
National Review of State Supports for PhD Researchers


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