November 6–10 2017 

NUI Galway offers a wide range of fourth level courses, developing programmes based on its traditional academic strengths of Arts, Social Sciences, Celtic Studies, Commerce, Medicine, Nursing, Health Science, Law, Engineering, Informatics and Science. These areas have been augmented with innovative research centres in areas as diverse as Biomedical Science and Engineering, International Human Rights, Digital Media and Film Studies and Regenerative Medicine. Find Your Masters Week will run a range of activities that complements our Postgraduate Open Day. See table below for details.

Note: the list below will update as new events present.

Day Date Time Event Venue
Monday   6 Nov 2017      
Tuesday 7 Nov 2017 12–3pm NUI Galway
Postgraduate Open Day
Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway
    3pm Information talks on ME Mechanical Engineering, ME Biomedical Engineering, MSc Mechanical Engineering, MSc Biomedical Engineering, ME Energy Systems Engineering  Room AUC-G002,      
Áras Ui Chathail
    3pm ALIVE at NUI Galway! Bring Your Postgrad Application & Experience ALIVE with NUI Galway’s student engagement programme. Community engagement and bringing your research to the next level with research dissemination and  community based research opportunities.  The View, Aras na Mac Leinn
Wednesday

8 Nov
2017
10–11am Explore possibilities in English, Drama, Film & Digital Media, Journalism, Medieval Studies, Old & Middle Irish, Irish Studies, Culture and Colonialism, Literature and Publishing. Presentation on Huston School of Film MA Programmes; MA in Literature & Publishing  D'Arcy Thompson Theatre, Concourse
    12 noon–1pm Explore possibilities in English, Drama, Film & Digital Media, Journalism, Medieval Studies, Old & Middle Irish, Irish Studies, Culture and Colonialism, Literature and Publishing. Presentation on Medieval Studies; Old Irish, Drama "The Bridge", first floor, The Hardiman (Library) Building
    1–2pm "How to Write a Personal Statement"
(that you may require for your postgrad application) Presentation by Career Development Centre (Optional: pre-book your place for this via Connect https://nuig.gradireland.com/student/login.html)
Room GH 010, Library Foyer
    2pm  Overview of MSc in Biomedical Science and graduate careers
(Optional: followed by tour of labs and facilities)
Seminar Room,
Orbsen Building
  8 Nov 3pm Archives, your thesis and you: making your masters stand out.
Presentation by Library staff.
Seminar Room,
Orbsen Building
Thursday 9 Nov  10.30am Information talk on ME Civil Engineering Room ENG-2033,
Alice Perry
Engineering Building
    10.30am   Occupational Health & Safety and Compliance Masters
Opportunities for Science, Nursing, Health Science and Engineering Graduates
Room 220,
School of Physics 
    11am    Information talks on ME Electrical & Electronic Engineering, ME Electronic and Computer Engineering Room CA005, Cairnes Building
    12.30pm Information talk on MSc in Water Resources Engineering Room ENG-2033,
Alice Perry Engineering Building 
    1.00–2.00pm Masters programmes in the School of Medicine
(suitable for non-Medicine graduates)
G001, Human Biology Building (Seminar Room)
    1.15–1.45pm "Postgraduate Practicalities" presentation (Valerie Leahy, Student Recruitment): find out why you should do a postgraduate course,
what funding opportunities are available, how to make an application, and more
(RSVP, for catering purposes: please email postgrad@nuigalway.ie in advance)
AMB-G065 Training Room 1,
Psychology Building (next to Arts
Millennium Bldg)

(Refreshments will be served.)
    2–3pm    Explore possibilities in English, Drama, Film & Digital Media, Journalism, Medieval Studies, Old & Middle Irish, Irish Studies, Culture and Colonialism, Literature and Publishing. Presentation on English, Journalism, Irish Studies, Culture and Colonialism Room MY129, ground floor, Áras Moyola (Lecture Theatre 2)
    4–5pm "Postgraduate Opportunities in the School of Business" (will include information on how to make an application) Room MY243, Áras Moyola
Friday    10 Nov 2017      

For more information contact:

t: +353 91 495 148
e:  postgrad@nuigalway.ie