NUI Galway will hold its annual postgraduate open day on November 6, when it will showcase new postgraduate programs, along with all its other current programs, including research masters and doctoral programs.
The postgraduate open day is an excellent opportunity for all students to see which options are available for gaining the necessary knowledge and skills for the careers they wish to pursue. There will be a panel discussion, where the entire academic staff, together with students, will talk about all the specifics of more than 170 postgraduate programs, and dozens of doctoral programs and research masters.
NUI Galway’s director of student services, John Hannon, will be at the chair of the panel, and dean of graduate studies, Professor Lucy Byrnes, will inform students about funding for PhDs and research masters. There will also be a personal statement workshop at the university’s career development center.
Among new programs being launched, the postgraduate open day will showcase MEd in special inclusion education, MEd in education in design, learning, and technology, and MEd in education leadership. MSc AgInnovation, MSc interventional cardiovascular medicine, and MSc cheminformatics and toxicology are also new courses for entry in 2019.
Yet another one of the new postgraduate programs is the one recently launched by the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway – an LLM International Migration and Refugee Law and Policy.
The postgraduate open day will be held in the NUI Galway’s Bailey Allen Hall from 12 pm to 3 pm, so make sure to book your spot in advance if you want to attend the event.