To reflect the growth of the Allied Health Professions at the University of Limerick, the School of Allied Health has been launched. The School of Allied Health comprises the disciplines of Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy.


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To reflect the growth of the Allied Health Professions at the University of Limerick, the School of Allied Health has been launched. Formerly known as the Department of Clinical Therapies, the School of Allied Health comprises the disciplines of Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy. In launching the School of Allied Health, Dr Norelee Kennedy, Head of School described the new school as an exciting new chapter for health professions at UL. …

Feeling unsure about taking the leap to study abroad? Ryan Teeter, IT Carlow's Canadian Ambassador shares his story. Find out how he felt when he decided to undertake a BA Marketing at IT Carlow and and what he’s gained from the course and this life-changing decision.


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Feeling unsure about taking the leap to study abroad? Ryan Teeter, our Canadian Ambassador shares his story. Find out how he felt when he decided to undertake a BA Marketing at IT Carlow and and what he’s gained from the course and this life-changing decision…

“I can’t do this. I’m not ready. I’m not smart enough.” Sound familiar? For many of you, I’m sure it does. It certainly resonates with me, …

Institute of Technology, Sligo’s newly refurbished School of Business & Social Sciences Building was officially opened in late November. Students, staff and invited guests gathered in the new facility which is being named after Constance Markievicz, one of Ireland’s most influential historical figures.


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Institute of Technology, Sligo’s newly refurbished School of Business & Social Sciences Building was officially opened in late November.

Students, staff and invited guests gathered in the new facility which is being named after Constance Markievicz, one of Ireland’s most influential historical figures, and who had a deep association with the North West.

 

 

 

 

 

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Advanced Science and Technology Building for Institute of Technology Carlow Announced by Minister for Education


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Advanced Science and Technology Building Announced for Institute of Technology Carlow by Minister for Education “very significant for our region and country”, says Institute president.

The announcement today by Minister for Education, Richard Bruton TD of an advanced science and technology building for Institute of Technology Carlow has been described by its president, Dr. Patricia Mulcahy, as “very significant for our region and country”.

Following the minister’s announcement of the major capital investment, …

Dr Felicity Kelliher has been appointed Chair of the Irish Academy of Management, which aims to promote the advancement of research, knowledge & education.


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Dr Felicity Kelliher is a Senior Lecturer in Management and co-chair of the RIKON research group, she feels honoured to be appointed this new role

Dr Felicity Kelliher has been appointed Chair of the Irish Academy of Management which aims to promote the advancement of research, knowledge, and education in the field of organisation and management studies on the island of Ireland.

Dr Kelliher is a Senior Lecturer in Management and co-chair of the RIKON research group at the School of Business, …

Professor John Cryan, Head of the Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience will become the first UCC scientist to be awarded the Tom Connor Distinguished Investigator Award from Neuroscience Ireland.


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Professor John Cryan, Head of the Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience and Principal Investigator in the APC Microbiome Institute, will become the first UCC scientist to be awarded the Tom Connor Distinguished Investigator Award from Neuroscience Ireland later today (August 28).

Professor Cryan will be presented with the award at NUI Galway during Neuroscience Ireland’s biennial meeting, which serves as a multidisciplinary forum for knowledge and expertise sharing, thereby facilitating excellence in neuroscience research in Ireland. …

Students and their families can slash their education bills by thousands of euros a year by studying at IT Sligo in Sligo, Ireland.


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Students and their families can slash their education bills by thousands of euro a year by studying in Sligo. A study shows student accommodations, food, transport and entertainment are vastly cheaper in the North West.

Most third-level institutions will provide approximate living costs on their websites. And close analysis of these figures shows that the cost of attending a course in different Irish towns and cities varies wildly.

And the biggest variant? …

Institute of Technology Carlow this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada


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Institute of Technology Carlow this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Top 100 World University ranked McMaster University in Canada that will see designCORE, the Institute’s design-led research hub, assist and facilitate a greater design-thinking approach by the Ontario-based university and help position McMaster at the very forefront of global research in the science of healthcare and aging.

An academic team from MIRA (McMaster Institute for Research on Aging), an institute of McMaster University, …

Graduates of WIT's Sustainable Energy Engineering will learn how to design new buildings to meet 2020's Nearly Zero Energy Building standards


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Graduates of WIT’s Sustainable Energy Engineering will learn how to design new buildings to meet 2020 NZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Building) standards

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has added five courses to the CAO’s ‘available places’ places for 2017 entry.

One programme from WIT’s School of Engineering has been added to the list, the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Sustainable Energy Engineering.

With a 100% graduate employment rate, the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Sustainable Energy Engineering is for individuals who have an interest in energy, …

University College Cork (UCC) scored top marks across 5 core areas ranked in the EU-sponsored U-Multirank published today. UCC received 13 ‘1’s and 13 ‘2’s.


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University College Cork (UCC) scored top marks across five core areas ranked in the EU-sponsored U-Multirank published today (Thursday, March 30, 2017).

U-Multirank is the most comprehensive ranking system internationally as it judges university performance on 35 indicators across five core areas which are marked from ‘1’ (very good) to ‘5’ (weak).  The areas ranked include Teaching, Research, Knowledge Transfer, International Orientation and Regional Engagement.   …