IADT Open Days

IADT Open Days

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Open Days 23 + 24 November Come along to IADT’s Open Days — explore the campus and find out more about the fantastic courses they have on offer. Talk to…
NUI Galway Launch First Music Degree

NUI Galway Launch First Music Degree

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In September 2018, NUI Galway admitted its first cohort of students undertaking a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in Music. This is an exciting development for music making and music…
NUI Galway Symposium on Sexual Consent

NUI Galway Symposium on Sexual Consent

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This NUI Galway Symposium will critically examine the grey areas of sexual consent. What Role Can Performance Play in Changing the Script? This symposium puts the participants work in conversation…
NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

NUI Galway Exhibition on New Face of Italian Publishing

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His Excellency Paolo Serpi, Ambassador of Italy to Ireland, and Professor Brian Hughes, Dean of International Affairs, NUI Galway, will officially open a new exhibition, Cover Revolution! Illustrators and the…
Theology and Religious Studies

Theology and Religious Studies

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Being of a religious persuasion is not a prerequisite for these courses. Theology and Religious Studies attracts just as many non-believers as devotees. Student learn about the theory, contexts and…
Art History and Arts Administration

Art History and Arts Administration

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Art History and Arts Administration are ideal for those who want to work in the arts. A love of art does not necessarily mean the desire to be an artist.…
Classics

Classics

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A Classics degree is not a particularly pragmatic or job-focused course. However, it offers a well-balanced education. As a result it can open up a range of career options. Graduates go…
Librarianship

Librarianship

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Libraries have been around for 4, 000 years, and are an integral part of most human societies. They gather and organise the records of human knowledge and experience. This can…
Social and Community Work

Social and Community Work

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Social and community work is necessary and important work. In every society there are people at risk of social exclusion. There is rarely a single influencing factor. More often, it is…
Psychology

Psychology

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A popular misconception is that psychology is mainly emotive and involves a lot of psychobabble and self-help jargon: this is an extremely misleading view. Psychologists use scientific methods and empirical…
Languages

Languages

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The study of language is much more than learning tenses or how to ask for iced tea in Germany. You must gain knowledge of other cultures and ways of life.…
English

English

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While many people enjoy a good read, studying English at college is really for those who wish to explore and research the best of modern and classic literature. Students engage…
Geography

Geography

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The Ancient Greeks coined the the term geography. Roughly this translates as “to describe the earth.” The name hints at the scale of this discipline. As you can guess, geography encompasses…
Philosophy and Theology

Philosophy and Theology

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Philosophy seeks to unearth universal truths by utilising reason and logic. It tackles concepts such as existence (ontology), morality (ethics), nature (metaphysics), and knowledge (epistemology). Theology also uses reason and…
History

History

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The Roman politician and philosopher Cicero once claimed that:”History is the witness that testifies to the passing of time; it illuminates reality, vitalises memory, provides guidance in daily life and…
Economics

Economics

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Economics is an objective social science. It measures and examines the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economists also provide guidance on how a society might better manage…