Scholarship information along with Terms & Conditions and Applications are available on our website. Please refer to the link below.
John and Pat Hume Scholarship – Deadline May 3rd. Please note: there have been some changes to the Terms and Conditions this year. Also, if there are any queries regarding a student’s eligibility or other issues, please refer them to the Graduate Studies Office for clarification. FAQ’s are also available on the website.
Taught Masters Bursaries – Deadline July 5th – open to students pursuing a Taught Masters programme and who have completed the final year of their BSc or BA Honours Degree since 2007 (including those graduating this summer) and who have been in receipt of County or City Council Higher Education Grant funding.
New Alumni Scholarships – Deadline July 12th – 3 scholarships ( 1 per Faculty) will be awarded to NUIM graduates who are pursuing a Taught Masters Programme. The Scholarship consists of €5000 towards fees.
During this event, the Department of Geography will be host an Introduction to Postgraduate Courses in Geography, 6.30-7.30 pm, 12 March, Rocque Lab on Maynooth South Campus. Map (PDF Document)
European Meteorological Society Honours Young Student from ICARUS (Geography) with Young Scientist Award for Participation in 26th EUMETSAT conference
For more details, click on a link below or download the department postgraduate brochure. (PDF document)
This is a full-time one year course that aims to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to enable them to undertake analysis of both global and Irish related climate change science, impacts and policies.
This full-time one-year course is aimed at graduates who will be trained in Geographical Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Digital Image Processing and Geophysical Techniques and will provide the skills required for careers in information technology based companies, Ordnance Survey, academia and state bodies.
This is a full-time one-year course that aims to provide graduates and policy makers with the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to enable them to undertake analyses of social and spatial changes within modern western society. This course is taught jointly with the National Institute of Regional and Spatial Analysis (NIRSA) and the Department of Sociology.
The PhD course normally involves three years of study, the MLitt degree two years of study. In addition to the preparation of a thesis, research students undertake training in specialised substantive modules, advanced methodologies and generic skills.
MA and MSc Students On A Fieldtrip To The Cooley Peninsula