Post-Doctoral Researcher (part time -0.5 FTE),Centre for Health Evaluation, Methodology Research and Evidence Synthesis (CHEMRES)

Post-Doctoral Researcher (part time -0.5 FTE),Centre for Health Evaluation, Methodology Research and Evidence Synthesis (CHEMRES)

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for an opportunity to join the Evidence Synthesis Ireland and Cochrane Ireland team based in the Centre for Health Evaluation, Methodology Research and Evidence Synthesis (CHEMRES) in NUI Galway.   The position is part time (0.5 FTE) from 5th May 2021 until 30th Oct 2023.   CHEMRES is host […]

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Watch the Webinar: Part-time Postgraduate Study Options at NUI Galway

Watch the Webinar: Part-time Postgraduate Study Options at NUI Galway

As part of NUI Galway’s recent Postgraduate Virtual Open Day, the Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development hosted a webinar focussing on Part-time Postgraduate study options with a Q&A session afterwards. This information session covered courses in Business Management, Early Childhood Studies, Training & Education and Information Technology and the part-time postgraduate courses offered […]

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Hardiman PhD Scholarships – Call Open for Entry

Hardiman PhD Scholarships – Call Open for Entry

NUI Galway have opened a call for Entry for the Hardiman PhD Scholarships for students starting their PhD in September 2021. The Hardiman PhD Scholarships are fully funded for four years, with a stipend of €16,000 p.a. plus fees.  High-achieving individuals, with drive and passion, who have an appetite for the research world and creativity, […]

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Student Artistic Experiments 2: Interdisciplinary Practices

Student Artistic Experiments 2: Interdisciplinary Practices

In this Student Artistic Experiments seminar, three PhD students, working in interdisciplinary fields, introduced distinct forms of articulating research and practice. This was followed by a discussion focused on the student perspective on the Artistic Doctorate in Ireland. This event took place on 24th September 2020 Recording Of The Seminar Carolyn Collier A practice-based perspective on the performance […]

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MA, PDip (Public Policy) @ NUI Galway

MA, PDip (Public Policy) @ NUI Galway

The NUI Galway MA in Public Policy prepares its graduates to work in government, public bodies, civil society organisations, NGOs, International organisations, businesses and other fields and organisations that require an expert understanding of policy-making. It offers specialised modules in specific policy areas including: Environmental and Rural policy; Peace, Security and Development; Gender; Disability policy; […]

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NUI Galway Mature Students & Adult Learners Information Evening

NUI Galway Mature Students & Adult Learners Information Evening

NUI Galway will be running a joint Information Evening for Mature Students and Adult Learners on Wednesday 15th January 2020 (5:30-8pm) in the ILAS Building, NUI Galway. This evening is for adults who wish to study a course at NUI Galway in 2020! Whether you want to study full-time as a mature student/postgraduate student or […]

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IMS September Meeting 2019 at NUIG

IMS September Meeting 2019 at NUIG

The 32nd annual meeting of the Irish Mathematical Society will this year take place in NUI Galway. The 2-day programme will consist of a number of invited talks by speakers from Ireland and abroad. The aim of the IMS September Meeting is to reflect the diversity of the mathematical community in Ireland¸ and the scientific […]

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NUIG 2019 Student Explore Innovation Awards Winners

NUIG 2019 Student Explore Innovation Awards Winners

Creating medical solutions to help feed patients, preserving our rich history, gamifying navigating University campuses and improving the quality of lives of children with sensory processing disorders are among the 2019 Student Explore Innovation Awards winning concepts. NUI Galway LaunchPad recently hosted their Annual Explore Awards celebrating student innovation across the campus, with projects with […]

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First Thought Talks: One Year on from Repeal the 8th

First Thought Talks: One Year on from Repeal the 8th

As part of the Galway International Arts Festival’s ‘First Thought Talks’ series, Maynooth University‘s Sinéad Kennedy will be joining Senator Ivana Bacik and campaigners Gaye and Gerry Edwards on a dedicated panel. These experts will reflect on how personal storytelling played a large part in the Yes campaign to repeal the eighth amendment as well […]

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NUIG Developing Wrist-Worn Device to Reduce Rate of Stroke and Heart Failure

NUIG Developing Wrist-Worn Device to Reduce Rate of Stroke and Heart Failure

NUI Galway–based Biomedical Engineer, Oisín McGrath has been awarded a grant from Enterprise Ireland for €500,000 to further develop his project ‘Galenband’ for commercialisation. The project aims to provide a convenient and reliable wrist-worn device to monitor the heart activity of people with atrial fibrillation, and ultimately aims to reduce the rate of stroke and […]

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Professor in Infectious Diseases Joins NUI Galway to Lead €5 million Project to Tackle Major Parasitic Diseases

Professor in Infectious Diseases Joins NUI Galway to Lead €5 million Project to Tackle Major Parasitic Diseases

Professor John Pius Dalton, a renowned scientist in Infectious Diseases, has joined NUI Galway as Professor of Molecular Parasitology to tackle major parasitic diseases of humans and their livestock. He joins the University through the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Professorship Programme, which supports national strategic priorities by recruiting world-leading research and leadership talent to […]

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NUI Galway Host Workshop on Research on Healthcare

NUI Galway Host Workshop on Research on Healthcare

NUI Galway will host a two-day ‘Working Qualitatively in Trial and Healthcare Methodology Research’ workshop on 30-31 May. The event is hosted by the Qualitative Research in Trials Centre (QUESTS) embedded with the HRB-TMRN, based at NUI Galway, in partnership with the Effective Successful Happy Academic. The purpose of this event is to focus on […]

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Civil Engineering Courses

Civil Engineering Courses

With huge levels of growth in the Irish construction industry at the moment, driven by both government and EU investment, Civil Engineering is a very attractive career path for the engineering graduate, or anyone with a qualification in a related discipline looking to specialise. What is Civil Engineering? Civil Engineers are responsible for designing and implementing […]

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Marketing Courses

Marketing Courses

They say a fool and his money are soon parted. That may have had a ring of truth in the profligate days of the Celtic Tiger, but nowadays even as the economy continues to improve, the union of village idiots is advocating spending cautiously. An increasingly competitive market is seeking higher returns from a fast […]

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Postgraduate Geography Courses

Postgraduate Geography Courses

The word “geography” comes from the Greek language and means “to describe or write about the earth”.   The study of geography encompasses many topics, including human society and its myriad interactions with the built and natural environment,  and physical phenomena such as earthquakes and the melting of the ice caps. Search Postgraduate Geography Courses […]

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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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Nursing Courses in Ireland

Nursing Courses in Ireland

It has not been an easy time for nurses in Ireland. With many of them forced to emigrate in order to secure get full-time employment, and those at home facing the imminent threat and ongoing discussion over cutbacks, it would be forgivable for there to be an air of hesitancy over entering the profession. However, […]

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History Courses

History Courses

Postgraduate History courses require a greater degree of intellectual engagement than do their undergraduate precursors. This is because most programmes operate on the assumption that students are driven by a desire to deepen their historical knowledge as much as by the ambition to secure employment in a related field upon completing the course. Why Study […]

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Engineering Courses

Engineering Courses

Engineering is an area with multiple strands, each of which is united to the others by a shared commitment to innovation. After all, the discipline, by its very nature, must constantly evolve as its main purpose is to overcome the challenges posed across a range of areas – from computing and software to food and […]

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