How to Apply

IMPORTANT: You must upload supporting documentation as listed below with your application.

Incomplete applications will NOT be reviewed.

  • Official qualification and exam results (transcripts) to date: required for your highest qualification to date and any relevant awards. Applicants who have still to graduate must submit/upload on receipt
  • Curriculum vitae
  • A copy of your passport or birth certificate
  • Evidence of English language competency

Online applications open April 1st, 2019. An application fee of €30 applies.


Postgraduate Courses

For application queries please contact julie.holland@ucc.ie

CourseOnline application

Modular Learning at Postgraduate Level (QQI L9)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development

Apply online

MSc Technology Management

Apply online

Postgraduate Diploma in Innovation Management

Apply online

Postgraduate Diploma in Technology Commercialisation

Apply online


Undergraduate Courses

For application queries please contact niamh.mchugh@nuigalway.ie

CourseOnline application
Diploma in Science & Technology StudiesApply online
B.Sc in Science & Technology StudiesApply online
Specialist Diploma in Medical Device ScienceApply online
Specialist Diploma in Lean & Quality SystemsApply online
Specialist Diploma in Automation & ControlApply online
Specialist Diploma in Environmental SustainabilityNext start date September 2020
Applications will open in April 2020
Specialist Diploma in Form & Function of the Human BodyNext start date September 2020
Applications will open in April 2020
Modular Learning at Degree Level (QQI L8)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development
Apply online here: CPD
Modular Learning at Diploma Level (QQI L7)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development
Apply online here: CPD


Fee Scholarships

MSc Technology Management Scholarship

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After a successful launch last year, the Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development at NUI Galway is delighted to announce, that it will again be supporting the development of female leadership in the technology sector, by offering scholarships to eligible women. This year there will be two scholarships available for the MSc in Technology Management, starting in September 2019. The scholarships aim to advance female leadership and increase diversity in technology organisations and all high-tech environments.

Each scholarship is valued at €7,900, which is 50% of the fee for the MSc in Technology Management, and will be awarded on a competitive basis. Applications will open on Monday 1st April 2019 and will be accepted until Sunday 30th June 2019. The scholarship is awarded in conjunction with the 30% Club. Globally, the 30% Club is establishing partnerships with Universities to rectify the under-representation of women at senior levels in organisations, particularly apparent in the technology sector. One of the mechanisms being employed to achieve this is by supporting women to undertake postgraduate technology courses.

Globally, the 30% Club is establishing partnerships with Universities to rectify the under-representation of women at senior levels in organisations, particularly apparent in the technology sector. One of the mechanism being employed to achieve this is by supporting women to undertake postgraduate technology courses. Further details on this scholarship are available here.

Applications for the MSc in Technology Management scholarship will open on Monday 1st April and will close Sunday 30th June 2019. Scholarship applicants must have been offered or eligible for a place on the MSc in Technology Management before being considered for this funding. Further details on the application and selection process will be available shortly.


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MSc Technology Management First Class Scholarship

The Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development at NUI Galway is offering a substantial scholarship for the MSc in Technology Management to those who have attained a first in their degree.  The scholarship provides a generous fee reduction of €4,740 (30%) off the full course fee of €15,800.  A maximum of three scholarships may be awarded in this category for the coming academic year.

To apply for the scholarship you first make an online application for the MSc in Technology Management.  Then if you have first class honours (1.1) in a level 8 primary degree please email your details to techmanscholar@nuigalway.ie with the subject ‘First Class Scholarship.’

The closing date for First Class Scholarship applications is 30 June 2019.


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Scholarship for Social Welfare Recipients

The Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development in NUI Galway offers a scholarship scheme for unemployed applicants which subvents up to 30% of course fees.  This scheme is designed for students who have recently become unemployed or on reduced working hours.  Further details are provided on the application form linked below.  Applicants must be in receipt of an offer of a place on an NUI Galway Adult Learning & Professional Development course for consideration and must subsequently register with NUI Galway.

Prospective students on the following allowances may be eligible for a 30% reduction in fees:

  • Jobseekers benefit
  • Jobseekers allowance
  • One-parent family allowance
  • Disability allowance
  • Social insurance contribution credits

Scholarship Application Form – Unemployed Students

 


NextLevelSkillnet

This course is approved by Next Level Skillnet for a fee subsidy of up to 20% for students whose company is a member of the Next Level Skillnet Network. There are also free places available for students who are unemployed and meet the criteria set out by Next Level Skillnet.

Please note that there are only a limited number of subsidies available for both employed and unemployed students. Please visit http://nextlevel.ie/ for further information.