This event ran in February 2019, see details below. This website will update with any relevant 2020 information in due course.

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NUI Galway offers a wide range of postgraduate 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 Month 2019 will run a range of activities that launches with our Spring Postgraduate Open Day. See table below for details. Note: the list below will update as new events present.

Day Date Time Event Venue
Wednesday 6 February 12 noon–3pm NUI Galway Postgraduate Open Day Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway

8 February 1–1.30pm Information Talk on MSc in Computer Science (Data Analytics) and MSc in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)
Who should attend? Graduates/final years in Computer Science or closely related discipline
ENG-G047, Lecture Theatre 03,
Lee Theatre, Alice Perry
Engineering Building
Friday  8 February 1.30–2pm Information Talk on MSc and Higher Diploma programmes in Software Design & Development 
Who should attend? Graduates/final years in numerate degree subjects (including computing)
ENG-G047, Lecture Theatre 03,
Lee Theatre, Alice Perry
Engineering Building
Wednesday 13 February 6–6.45pm MA Journalism and *NEW* MA Sports Journalism and Communication 
Presentation on programme outline, placement opportunities with national media organisations, application procedures.
Followed by tour of the radio studios and broadcast facilities.
Current students will also be in attendance to answer questions.
(RSVP: please email in advance)
Newsroom AM127, 
ground floor,
Arts Millennium Building
Friday    15 February  
1pm Exploring Ancient and Medieval Worlds
MA Classics, MA Landscape Archaeology, MA Medieval Studies, MA Old/Middle Irish
This will follow a seminar at 12 noon, by Rosemary Power, on the "Monuments of Iona", to which all are welcome.
Room G011, 
Hardiman Research Building 
(Refreshments will be served.)
Monday       18 February 1pm Presentation on MSc TechInnovation
(will include detail on scholarships available for this programme, and students will also present about their perspective of
the programme)
Room G011,
Hardiman Research Building 
Tuesday 19 February 12 noon–1pm Combined School of Medicine and College of Science event, including short talks from course directors. 
Courses featured: Cellular Manufacturing and Therapy (MSc), Clinical Research (MSc, full-time & part-time),
Regenerative Medicine (MSc), Microscopy and Imaging (MSc), Exercise Physiology and its Application in Therapy (MSc),
Cheminformatics and Toxicology (MSc), Biomedical Science (MSc), Biotechnology (MSc), Cancer Research (Structured Masters),
Neuropharmacology (MSc), Toxicology (MSc)
(RSVP, for catering purposes: please email in advance)
Room B001, 
Human Biology Building
Tuesday    19 February 1–2pm    School of Medicine and College of Science networking/mingling event—
meet Postgraduate Course Directors (see previous listing for courses involved) and current students.
(RSVP, for catering purposes: please email in advance)
Room G001,
Human Biology Building
(Refreshments will be served.)
20 February 5–7pm School of Law postgraduate information evening
Presentations by Law postgraduate course directors, and by Valerie Leahy (Student Recruitment),
followed by networking opportunities to meet lecturers and students.
THB-G011 Seminar Room,
The Hardiman Building
(Refreshments will be served.)
Thursday 21 February 11–1pm SUSI Grants authority—"Pop Up Stand"—postgraduate grants
SUSI will be manning a stand in the foyer of the James Hardiman Library:
stop by to have your postgrad grants queries answered.
(See next listing for details of SUSI presentation.)
Foyer, James Hardiman Library
Thursday 21 February 1.15–1.45pm   Postgraduate Grants Presentation—by SUSI Grants authority
Presentation on postgrad funding/grants. Time for Q&A afterwards.
Fottrell Theatre, AM200,
Arts Millennium Building
Thursday    21 February 4–4.30pm Postgraduate "Pop-up"—Valerie Leahy (Postgraduate Recruitment Officer) will be in the foyer of the Arts Millennium Building
to distribute postgraduate prospectuses, meet students, and answer general postgrad queries. 
Foyer, Arts Millennium Building
Tuesday  26 February 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 in advance)
Room IT206, I.T. Building
(Refreshments will be served.)
Tuesday  5 March 11am–1pm    J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics—Postgraduate Power Brunch
Pre-register for the Brunch here.
Friar's Restaurant, Cairnes Building
(Refreshments will be served.)

For more information contact:

T: +353 91 495 148
Other postgraduate events NUI Galway exhibits at off-campus: see