A team of physicists from the SFI funded AMBER Centre at Trinity College Dublin have made a new device which could lead to a breakthrough in mass storage of digital data.
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Adjusting to life after study abroad can be tough. You might miss the sheep too! Marina Röhrich studied abroad at the University of Limerick last year and has now returned back her home university in Mannheim, Germany.
An online appointment booking system for registering with immigration is on the way.
Education in Ireland will be hosting pre-departure briefings for students travelling to Ireland.
Education in Ireland and the Embassy of Ireland will be co-hosting pre-departure briefings next month in India
Education in Ireland will be exhibiting at NAFSA 2016 in Denver and will be joined by 12 of our leading universities and higher education institutions.
Uversity will be hosting a free live Q&A on 25 May from 3pm-5pm GMT. The event will give you the opportunity to learn all about the MA in Creative Process and the arts and cultural sectors in Ireland.
DIT has launched a new programme of scholarships for international students who wish to study at Masters level in Ireland.
DCU invites applications from Indian students for a PhD studentship in Humanities & Social Sciences, valued at between €21,000 and €27,000 pa for up to 4 years.
DCU Business School's position as a world-leading business school has been confirmed with the the award of AACSB accreditation
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