Special Educational Needs Postgraduate Courses

Special Educational Needs Postgraduate Courses

According to the Education for Person’s with Special Education Needs (SEN) Act 2004, students are to be educated as far as possible in an inclusive environment in mainstream classrooms. Students with special needs may be educated in ordinary classes in mainstream schools or in smaller classes in mainstream schools with a low teacher-to-pupil ratio – […]

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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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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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English Studies

English Studies

If you are considering studying English at postgraduate level then there is no need for us to rhapsodise on its inherent, intangible virtues; the chances are you are already well aware of them.   English Studies at Postgraduate Level What does need to be said, however, is that the demands of studying English at postgraduate […]

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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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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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UCD Graduate Open Evening 2019

UCD Graduate Open Evening 2019

Time: 20 February 2019 4:30 pm to 7pm Location: UCD Belfield Find out about your options for postgraduate study in UCD at their next Graduate Open Evening on Wednesday 20th February 2019. This will be an excellent opportunity to talk to UCD Alumni, Staff, Admissions, Fees, and Careers about taught and research graduate courses, in […]

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IOP Communicator Award for UCD physics postgraduate student

IOP Communicator Award for UCD physics postgraduate student

One of the world’s leading scientific bodies, the Institute of Physics (IOP), has named UCD PhD student Lána Salmon as the winner of its Early Career Physics Communicator Award. The 23-year-old, from the UCD School of Physics, was selected as this year’s recipient for her work to promote science and break down stereotypes; doing so […]

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UCD agricultural sciences ranked global top 20 by U.S. News & World Report

UCD agricultural sciences ranked global top 20 by U.S. News & World Report

Agricultural sciences at University College Dublin are among the best in the world, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. Now placed 19th globally, UCD is the only Irish university to make the global top 50 in the rankings for Agricultural sciences. It is also ranked 5th in Europe. Response “This ranking is an achievement we are […]

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Considering a Career in Arts & Humanities?

Considering a Career in Arts & Humanities?

While it’s among the most popular degree choices, many Arts & Humanities students consider it just a stepping stone to a more specialised degree via further study. While it may be necessary to, of course, specialise for some skills and careers, there is still a vast amount of potential out there if you have a […]

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Ireland’s Top MBA Programmes

Ireland’s Top MBA Programmes

A Masters in Business Administration Programme, also known as an MBA, is amongst the most ambitious study undertakings available, in terms of career progression, it’s also proven to be one of the most beneficial. The majority of MBA programmes are undertaken by professionals while in the course of their careers, seeking to make a significant […]

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Postgraduate Funding Supports

Postgraduate Funding Supports

While there are state supports available to assist postgraduate students with their studies, these are far fewer in number than those available at undergraduate level and are generally not as broad in their criteria of acceptance. Due to the nature of postgraduate study, there are several supports available to assist academic study at an advanced […]

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Author Anne Enright joins UCD as Professor of Fiction

Author Anne Enright joins UCD as Professor of Fiction

Man Booker prize winning author Dr Anne Enright has begun her new role at University College Dublin as Ireland’s first Professor of Fiction. The Irish novelist started teaching classes with students from the UCD School of English, Drama and Film. “I love seeing a story take shape, whether in the workshop itself, or over the […]

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UCD hosting €22 million research centre

UCD hosting €22 million research centre

University College Dublin is to host a new €22 million research centre focusing on advance manufacturing techniques. This new I-Form centre will work to develop areas such as 3D printing and materials processing. The I-Form Centre will bring together researchers from computing, engineering, materials, and data science to create a multi-disciplinary team to shape the […]

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UCD health start-up Kinesis Health Technologies wins US tech prize

UCD health start-up Kinesis Health Technologies wins US tech prize

Kinesis Health Technologies, a health start-up from University College Dublin (UCD) has won a US tech pitching competition. The team took home a $4,500 (€3,900) prize. Kinesis Health Technologies develops wearable sensor technologies for older people to prevent falls. Overall winner In addition to the cash prize, Kinesis Health Technologies was also the overall winner of […]

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