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Ireland Fellows Programme2022-2023 Directory of Eligible PostgraduateProgrammes in Irish Higher EducationInstitutions

Important Information for ApplicantsABOUT THIS DIRECTORYThis directory should be read alongside the guidance notes and the programme application form. These notesexplain the application process and you are advised to study them carefully.On your application form, you are required to identify the specific postgraduate programme(s) in order ofpreference, which you are interested in undertaking, based on the information in this directory and the latestdetails provided by the relevant institution. You should not rely solely on the information in this document, as theinformation about programmes provided by institutions at the time of publishing this directory may be subject tochange. Before preparing or submitting an application, you are advised to check all details with the onlineinformation provided by the college. You should particularly ensure that you meet all eligibility requirementsfor the selected programme(s). It is also important that you research the institution(s) you propose to study at toensure that it is a good fit for you and will meet your expectations.Information on making a programme application will be provided to candidates shortlisted by the Embassy ofIreland in March 2022. Fellowship applicants are advised NOT to apply for any programmes in Ireland until afterthey have been shortlisted for a Fellowship award following interviews (Stage 3). Please note that applicationfees will be paid by the Department of Foreign Affairs for shortlisted candidates only. Reimbursements will not bemade where a shortlisted candidate applies for a programme before being formally approved by the Embassy ofIreland to do so.FELLOWSHIP STRANDS INCLUDEDThis directory covers all programmes offered under the following strands of the Ireland Fellows Programme:Ireland Fellows Programme – AfricaIreland Fellows Programme – AsiaIreland Fellows Programme – Kadar Asmal Fellowship ProgrammeIreland Fellows Programme – Ireland-Palestine Scholarship ProgrammePROGRAMME SELECTIONIt should be noted that some sections of the directory may not be available to applicants for all strands andcountries, reflecting programme priorities of the Embassy of Ireland in those countries. These sections are clearlymarked in the table of contents.In addition to ensuring you select programmes which are available to applicants from your country, you must alsoselect programmes from this directory that align with your academic and professional experience. Furthermore,to maximise your chances of receiving a course place offer if shortlisted by the Ireland Fellows Programme,applicants are strongly advised to select three programmes at three different institutions.All shortlisted candidates after Stage 3 will be invited to apply to two of the programmes in Ireland that they havelisted on their application form. Where possible, priority will be given to the top 2 programmes listed. It is veryimportant to carefully consider the order in which you list the programmes on your application form.WEB ADDRESSESThroughout the listings, many long web addresses for programme information have been shortened, for This format allows for easier transcription, if required. Any capitalisation should be noted

accurately as these shortened addresses are case-sensitive. While every effort has been taken to ensure allwebsite links work, these links may change after the publication of the directory, but all programmes can be foundby going directly to the institution’s website.ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCYIrish higher education institutions require a high standard of English language proficiency and this must beformally certified, normally through the International English Language Testing System (IELTS - examines competency in English language across reading, writing, speaking and listening and is necessaryfor admission to all Irish HEIs.While we have made every effort to identify the IELTS score requirement for each score in this directory,applicants are asked to please check the programme webpage or contact the college directly to confirm the IELTSrequirements for any programme(s) they are considering applying to.PROGRAMMES THAT INCLUDE INTERNATIONAL FIELD TRIPSSome of the programmes included in this directory include the option of a fieldtrip abroad. It is important to notewhen selecting programmes that the Ireland Fellows Programme does not provide funding for participation inoptional international fieldtrips.KEY TO IRISH UNIVERSITIES, INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY AND COLLEGES WITH LISTED NCADNCINUIGSACSCHMTCDTUDUCCUCDUCDMSULWITAthlone Institute of TechnologyDublin Business SchoolDublin City UniversityDundalk Institute of TechnologyGriffith College CorkGriffith College DublinGriffith College LimerickGalway-Mayo Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Technology, CarlowLimerick Institute of TechnologyMary Immaculate CollegeMunster Technological UniversityMaynooth UniversityNational College of Art and DesignNational College of IrelandNational University of Ireland, GalwaySt. Angela’s CollegeShannon College of Hotel ManagementTrinity College DublinTechnological University DublinUniversity College CorkUniversity College DublinUCD Michael Smurfit Business SchoolUniversity of LimerickWaterford Institute of rickGalwayCarlowLimerickLimerickCork / Kerrynear

Map of IrelandThe cities and towns with universities, institutes of technology and colleges that are included in this directoryare highlighted below (for a listing of the institutions, please see p iii)SligoDundalkAthloneMaynooth DublinGalwayCarlowLimerickTraleeWaterfordCork

TABLE OF CONTENTSPlease check through all broad subject categories below to ensure that you have considered all available programmesin your field(s) of interest.AClimate Change & Resilience, Environment, Marine, Sustainable Development, GISNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, 18A19A20A21A22A23A24A25A26A27A28A29MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and SocietyMSc in Climate ChangeMSc in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food SecurityMSc in Environmental PolicyMSc in Environmental LeadershipMSc (Agr) in Environmental Resource ManagementMSc (Agr) in Sustainable Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentMAgrSc in Agricultural Extension and InnovationMSc in Co-operatives, Agri-Food and Sustainable DevelopmentMSc in Agricultural BiotechnologyMSc in Food Security Policy and ManagementMSc in Environmental ScienceMSc in Environmental ScienceMSc in Marine and Freshwater Resources: ManagementMSc in Applied Coastal and Marine ManagementMc in Applied Marine ConservationMSc in Conservation BehaviourMSc in Wildlife Conservation & ManagementMSc in World Heritage Management and ConservationMSc in Geographical Information Systems & Remote SensingMSc in GeocomputationMSc in Geographic Information ScienceMSc in Architecture, Urbanism & Climate ActionMSc in Urban Design & PlanningMSc in Spatial DemographyMA in Geography: Spatial JusticeMSc in Global Environmental EconomicsMSc in Renewable Energy & Environmental FinanceLLM in Environmental and Natural Resources CGMITGMITUCDUCDMUMUTUDUCDUCDUCDMUNUIGUCDMSUCCMA in Environment, Society and DevelopmentMSc in HorticultureNUIGUCDSee also:C2K6BEngineering and Sustainable TechnologyNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaB1B2B3MSc in Environmental EngineeringMSc in Environmental TechnologyMEngSc in Water, Waste and Environmental EngineeringTCDUCDUCD

B4B5B6B7B8B9B10B11B12B13B14B15B16B17B18MSc in Renewable Energy SystemsMSc in Sustainable EnergyMSc in Sustainable Energy and Green TechnologiesME in Sustainable Electrical Energy SystemsMSc in Energy ScienceMSc in Sustainable Energy EngineeringMEngSc in Sustainable EnergyMSc in Energy ManagementME in Sustainable InfrastructureMSc in Innovative Technology EngineeringMSc in Mechanical EngineeringMSc in Transport Engineering, Policy & PlanningMEngSc in Structural EngineeringMEngSc Chemical EngineeringMEng in Applied CDITCMSc in Bioprocess EngineeringMEngSc in Optical EngineeringMEngSc in Food EngineeringDCUUCDUCDSee also:E14E29K3CDevelopment Studies, Human Rights, Peace Studies, International Relations, Politics, Public PolicyNot available to applicants from: C18C19C20C21C22C23C24C25MA in Public Advocacy and ActivismMA in Environment, Society and DevelopmentMSc in Human RightsMSc in Humanitarian ActionMA in International DevelopmentMA in International Development PracticeMSc in Economics – International DevelopmentMA in International DevelopmentMSc in International DevelopmentMPhil in International Peace StudiesMSc in International PoliticsMA in International RelationsMA in International RelationsMA in International StudiesMA in International Security and Conflict StudiesMA in Peace and ConflictMSc in Peace and ConflictMA in Peace and Development StudiesMA in Philosophy, Politics and EconomicsMA in Public Affairs and Political CommunicationMSc in Public PolicyMSc in Government and PoliticsMSc in International Public Policy and DiplomacyMPhil in Race, Ethnicity and ConflictMA in Race, Migration and Decolonial DCUUCDUCDULMUTUDDCUUCCUCCTCDUCD

C26MA in Refugee IntegrationDCUMSc in Equality StudiesMA in Gender, Politics, and International RelationsUCDUCDSee also:H1H7DInternational Law, Human Rights Law, Business LawNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaD1D2D3D4D5D6D7D8D9D10D11D12D13D14LLM (International Business Law)LLM (Business Law)LLM in International and Comparative LawLLM in International and Comparative Disability Law and PolicyLLM in International Human RightsLLM in International Human RightsLLM (International Human Rights and Public Policy)LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal JusticeLLM (International Justice)MSc in International Law & BusinessLLM (Global Legal Studies)LLM (Marine and Maritime Law)LLM in International Migration and Refugee Law and PolicyLLM in Peace Operations, Humanitarian Law and LLM in Environmental and Natural Resources LawMSc in Equality StudiesUCCUCDSee also:A29H1EHealth, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biotechnology and relateNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaE1E2E3E4E5E6E7E8E9E10E11E12E13E14E15Master of Public HealthMaster of Public HealthMaster of Health Sciences in International Healthcare ManagementMSc in Advanced Healthcare PracticeMSc in Community HealthMSc in Global HealthMSc in Science and Health CommunicationMSc in Immunology and Global HealthMSc in ImmunologyMA in Addiction StudiesMSc in BiotechnologyMSc in Clinical ResearchMSc in Diagnostics and Precision MedicineMSc in Bioprocess EngineeringMSc in Health CUUL

E16E17E18E19E20E21E22E23E24E25E26E27E28E29FMSc in Behavioural NeuroscienceMSc in NursingMSc in Nursing StudiesMSc in Nursing in Leadership and Quality HealthcareMSc In Professional Nursing PracticeMSc in Pharmaceutical SciencesMSc in International Pharmaceutical Business ManagementMSc in Pharmaceutical Business and TechnologyMSc in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance & RegulationMSc in Chemistry – Analysis of Pharmaceutical CompoundsMSc in Advanced Physiotherapy StudiesMSc in Regenerative MedicineMSc Medical Device DesignMEngSc in Optical ADUCDEducationNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaF1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8GMA in Child, Youth & Family StudiesMA in Child, Family & Community StudiesMA in Leadership in Early Years Education and CareMA in EducationMasters in EducationMaster of EducationMEd in Adult and Community EducationMA in Applied LinguisticsITCTUDITCUCDTCDMICMUMICSociology, Social Policy, Social Research and relatedNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaG1G2G3G4G5G6G7G8G9HMSc in DisabilityMSc in Global SolutionsMPsychSc in Psychological ScienceMSocSc in Rights and Social PolicyMSc in Comparative Social ChangeMSc in Social Data AnalyticsMSocSc in Social PolicyMSc in Applied Social ResearchMA in Sociology (Applied Social Research)UCDUCDUCDMUTCDUCDUCCTCDULWomen’s Studies, Gender Studies and Equality StudiesNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaH1H2H3MSc in Equality StudiesMA in Gender StudiesMPhil in Gender and Women’s StudiesUCDUCDTCD

H4H5H6H7H8IMA in Women’s StudiesMA in Gender, Diversity, and InclusionMA in Global Women’s Studies: Gender, Globalisation and RightsMA in Gender, Politics, and International RelationsMA in Gender, Sexuality and CultureUCCMUNUIGUCDUCDInformation Systems, Communications Technology, Digital MediaNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, I35I36I37I38I39I40I41MSc in Artificial IntelligenceMSc in Artificial IntelligenceMSc in Software Design with Artificial IntelligenceMSc In Data AnalyticsMSc in Big Data Management and AnalyticsMSc in Data AnalyticsMSc in Data AnalyticsMSc in Data ScienceMSc in Business AnalyticsMSc in ComputingMSc in ComputingMBA in Cloud ComputingMSc in Cloud ComputingMSc in Software Design with Cloud Native ComputingMSc in Software EngineeringMA in Creative PracticeMA in Interaction DesignMA in Communication DesignMSc in FinTechMSc in FinTechMEngSc in Electronic & Computer EngineeringMSc in Electronic Information EngineeringMSc in Computing (Information Systems Processes)MSc in Information Systems with ComputingMBA in Information SystemsMSc in Information Technology ManagementMSc in Computer Science (Intelligent Systems)MSc in IT-Enabled InnovationME in Internet of Things TechnologiesMSc in Interactive Digital MediaMSc in Digital Media with Business AnalyticsMA in Media StudiesMSc in Interactive Digital MediaMSc in Interactive MediaMA in Public Relations with New MediaMSc in Computer Science (Negotiated Learning)MSc in Computer Science (Conversion)MSc in Computing ScienceMSc in Network and Information SecurityMSc in CybersecurityMSc in Cyber CDITCMICTCDUCCMTUUCDUCDUCCGCLDBSNCI

I42I43I44I45MSc in CybersecurityMSc in Applied Cyber SecurityMSc in Software Design with CybersecurityMSc in Industrial Networks and CybersecurityMTUTUDAITITCMEngSc in Optical EngineeringMSc in Health InformaticsMSc in Information Systems for Business PerformanceMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital Marketing StrategyMSc in Digital InnovationUCDULUCCAITDBSITCLITUCDMSMTUUCDMSSee also:E29E15J31J36J37J38J39J40J41J43JBusiness, Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Leadership and relatedNot available to applicants from: 18J19J20J21J22J23J24J25J26J27J28J29MSc in International Accounting and FinanceMSc in Accounting and Finance ManagementMaster of BusinessMaster of BusinessMA in Global Business PracticeMSc in International BusinessMSc in International BusinessMSc in International BusinessMSc in Management (Business)MA in Business ManagementMaster of Business AdministrationMA in Service DesignMSc in EconomicsMSc in Applied EconomicsMSc in Behavioural EconomicsMSc in Business EconomicsMSc in Quantitative EconomicsMSc in Economics and Financial Risk AnalysisMSc in Economics and Policy AnalysisMSc in EntrepreneurshipMBS in Entrepreneurship & MarketingMSc in FinanceMSc in FinanceMSc in FinanceMSc in Finance (Banking and Risk Management)MSc in Financial AnalyticsMSc in Financial MathematicsMSc in Human Resource ManagementMA in Human Resource DUCDUCCUCDMUULNCIDKITDCUNCITCDUCCDBSDCUDBSMTU

6J47J48J49J50J51MA in Human Resource ManagementMSc in Information Systems for Business PerformanceMSc in ManagementMSc in Management PracticeMSc in MarketingMSc in MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital MarketingMSc in Digital Marketing StrategyMBus in Marketing & Management StrategyMSc in Digital InnovationMSc in Project ManagementMSc in Project ManagementMSc in Strategic ManagementMSc in Strategic ManagementMSc in Strategy and InnovationMSc in Supply Chain ManagementMSc in Supply Chain ManagementMSc in Supply Chain TUCDMSUCDMSULTUDUCDMSMUITCTUDUCDMSMSc in Global Environmental EconomicsMSc in Renewable Energy & Environmental FinanceMSc in Economics – International DevelopmentMSc in International Pharmaceutical Business ManagementMSc in Pharmaceutical Business and TechnologyMSc in Business AnalyticsMSc in FinTechMSc in FinTechMSc in IT-Enabled InnovationMSc in Digital Media with Business AnalyticsMSc in Food Business StrategyMSc in Business and HMSee also:A28A29C7E22E23I9I19I20I28I31K1L1KFood Science, Food Engineering and Food IndustryNot available to applicants from: Eswatini, NamibiaK1K2K3K4K5K6See also:MSc in Food Business StrategyMSc in Food ScienceMEngSc in Food EngineeringMSc in Culinary Innovation & Food Product DevelopmentMSc in Food Safety ManagementMSc in HorticultureUCDMSUCCUCDTUDTUDUCD

A12LMSc in Food Security Policy and ManagementUCCTourism and HospitalityNot available to applicants from: NamibiaL1L2L3L4MSc in Business and HospitalityMSc in Tourism ManagementMSc in Hospitality ManagementMA in International TourismSCHMTUDTUDUL

AClimate Change &Resilience, Environment,Marine, SustainableDevelopment, GIS

A1MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and SocietyStudy Location:DCUDublin City UniversityProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: This programme will equip students with critical insights and analytical skills to enable themto play a part in shaping the transition to a decarbonised and climate resilient future. Most postgraduateprogrammes focused on climate change are concerned with the science of climate change. DCU’s new MSc. inClimate Change: Policy, Media & Society is unique in Ireland in its focus on the social sciences and humanities, onmedia, policy, law, governance, regulation and politics.Indicative Content: Core – Climate Change and the Media; Climate Change and Societal Transition; ClimateChange: The Physical Science Basis; Climate Change Policy and Governance; Research Methodology andDissertation. Options – Environmental Ethics through Film & Media; Environmental Change and World Politics; EUand National Climate Change Law; Participation in Climate Change Policy Consul; Climate Change Education;Climate Change and CitiesAdmission Requirements: An undergraduate degree in any discipline with a minimum 2:2 or equivalent.IELTS: Overall score 6.5 or above and 6.5 in writing and speaking. Other sections scores 6.0 or above.Programme Webpage: [shortened as] Apply online at [shortened as] - using the PAC code: DC669A2MSc in Climate ChangeStudy Location:MUMaynooth UniversityProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: This programme aims to provide Graduates with the knowledge, skills, and experiencenecessary to enable them to undertake analysis of both global and Irish related climate change science, impactsand policies. The programme explores ways of meeting the challenges posed by climate change, particularly inthe areas of simulating future climates, impacts modelling, developing mitigation and adaptation strategies anddecision making under uncertainty.Indicative Content: Applied Climate Sciences; Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation; Analysing Spatial and TemporalData Using R; Detection, Attribution and Decision Making; The Ocean and Climate Change; Field Course; Thesis.Admission Requirements: A minimum of Second-class Honours, Grade One (2.1) in any of the following subjectsor cognate disciplines: Geography, Physics, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Engineering, Mathematics.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required.Programme Webpage: [shortened as] Apply online at - using the PAC Code: MHN56

A3MSc in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food SecurityStudy Location:NUIGNUI GalwayProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: This programme is aimed at students who want to combine scientific, engineering, technical,social or policy skills so that they are better equipped to understand and make significant contributions regardingthe adaptation and mitigation of climate change impacts on global agriculture and food security. Students areprovided with the skills and tools for developing agricultural practices, policies, and measures to address thechallenge that global warming poses for agriculture and food security worldwide.Indicative Content: Climate Change, Agriculture & Global Food Security; Policy & Scenarios for Climate ChangeMitigation; AgriBiological Responses to Climate Change; Climate Change, Agriculture, Nutrition & Global Health;Gender & Climate Justice; Climate Change Adaptation & Risk Management; Low-Emissions & Climate SmartAgriculture & Agrifood Systems; Climate Change, Natural Resources & Livelihoods; Sustainable Bio-Based &Circular Economy; Science Communication; CCAFS Perspectives, Research Skills & Techniques; CCAFS MastersResearch Thesis.Admissions Requirements: Minimum 2:1 Honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no section less than 5.5.Programme Webpage: Apply online at c in Environmental PolicyStudy Location:UCDUniversity College DublinProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: The programme takes an international perspective on environmental issues and exploresthe increasingly complex environmental challenges that societies and governments face across the globe,addressing contemporary environmental debates such as Climate Change, Water Policy, Energy Security andSustainability, and Urban Resilience. Teaching is focused on areas and skills within environmental policy-making,and an integrated group-project module provides practice-based insights into the policy-making process. Studentscan enhance their own specialist research interests during the completion of a thesis or internship in the thirdtrimester.Indicative Content: Core – Tools for Sustainable Development; Environmental Economics & Climate Policy;Research for Environmental Policy; European Environmental Policy; Applications of Environmental Policy;Environment & Behaviour. Options – Environmental Policy Thesis; Internship – Research Project.Admission Requirements: An Honours undergraduate degree with a minimum upper Second-class Honours orinternational equivalence is required in any discipline such as social sciences and arts, environmental sciences,law, business studies or engineering.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no individual section lower than 6.0.

Programme Webpage: [shortened as] Apply online via the programme webpage.A5MSc in Environmental LeadershipStudy Location:NUIGNUI GalwayProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: The MSc in Environmental Leadership will equip graduates with an advanced level ofknowledge and problem-solving, management and communication skills in key areas relevant to the environment,marine and energy sectors. It will equip them with a capacity and capability for environmental leadership relevantto their career trajectory.Indicative Content: Core – Environmental Problems & Solutions; Project Management; Natural ResourceGovernance & Sustainability; Research Methods for Engineers; Communicating Science & Research; ResearchProject; Environment Leadership; Communicating Science and Research. Options – Environment & Human Health;Environmental Impact Assessment; Marine Spatial Planning & Policy; Introduction to Development; ClimateChange & Biodiversity; Environmental Resilience.Admission Requirements: Minimum 2:2 primary degree or its equivalent in an appropriate discipline, includingScience, Geography and Social Science.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no section less than 5.5.Programme Webpage: [shortened as] Apply online at c (Agr) in Environmental Resource ManagementStudy Location:UCDUniversity College DublinProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: The MSc in Environmental Resource Management is an established programme thatdevelops graduates with the flexible combination of environmental science, policy and management expertisenecessary to address these needs. The programme is accessible to candidates from a very broad range of primarydegree backgrounds. Graduates from this programme respond to many of the major global sustainabilitychallenges.Indicative Content: Core – Data Analysis for Biologists; Research Project (AESC); Human Impact on theEnvironment; Seminar Presentation; Soil, Plant & Water Resources; Geographic Information Systems; Biodiversityand Ecosystem Services; Literature Review (AESC); Practice Research Skills; Ecological Modelling; EnvironmentalAssessment. Options – Wildlife Conservation; Environmental Law and Policy.Admission Requirements: Applicants must hold minimum Lower Second-class Honours Degree in BiologicalScience, Environmental Science, Agricultural Science, Geography, Earth Sciences, Natural Sciences or cognate

degree programme from a recognised higher education institution. Cognate degree programmes would includehumanities, arts, business, law and engineering.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no individual section lower than 6.0.Programme Webpage: [shortened as] Apply online via the programme webpage.A7MSc (Agr) in Sustainable Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentStudy Location:UCDUniversity College DublinProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: This programme represents a return to core values in the development of rural areas whichare rooted in agricultural change as well as responding to new societal demands such as safe and ethicallyproduced food, a healthier environment and sustainable and affordable energy. The programme will equipgraduates with capabilities in core analytical, conceptual, communications and research skills as well as providingthe knowledge base required to develop careers in the broad arena of sustainable agriculture and ruraldevelopment.Indicative Content: Core – Sustainable Agriculture; Strategic Communications; Policies and Strategies forSustainable Agriculture and Rural Development; Research Methods; Theory & Practice of Rural Enterprises; MinorThesis. Options – Global Biodiversity and Heritage; Planning for Development; Agricultural Extension andInnovation; Sustainable Development, GIS & Data Interpretation, Land Utilisation and Rural Resource Planning.Admission Requirements: A minimum 2:2 Honours university degree.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no section less than 6.0.Programme Webpages: [shortened as] Apply online via the programme webpage.A8MAgrSc in Agricultural Extension and InnovationStudy Location:UCDUniversity College DublinProgramme Duration: 1 yearProgramme Outline: This MSc will equip graduates with the skills and knowledge to understand more about theprocesses of learning that underpin change and development and to be effective in building the capacity offarmers to adopt new practices and technologies. Students will develop competencies in: analysis of the contextof agricultural change; design and development of appropriate advisory strategies to support agriculturaldevelopment; how to support adult learning and behaviour change and research and analytical skills to identifyand support worthwhile innovations.Indicative Content: Core – Design Thinking for Agricultural Innovation; Research Methods; Agricultural Extension& Innovation; Thesis; Group Approaches in Agricultural Extension; Project Management in Agricultural Extension;

Understanding the Family Farm Business. Options – Agri Environmental Nutrient Management; Animal NutritionII; Dairy Production; Developments in Grassland; How To Change Behaviour; Policies & Strategies for SustainableAgriculture and Rural Development; Strategic Communications; Sustainable Agriculture.Admission Requirements: A minimum 2:2 Honours university degree in a range of academic qualifications,including Agricultural Science, Life Science and Business degree programmes from a recognised higher educationinstitution. Applications are welcome from people with work experience in government and non-governmentalorganisations that provide rural extension services in agriculture, environmental and community development.IELTS: Minimum 6.5 overall score required with no section less than 6.0.Programme Webpages: [shortened as] Apply online via the programme webpage.A9MSc in Co-operatives, Agri-Food and Sustainable DevelopmentStudy Location:UCCUniversity College CorkProgramme Duration

Ireland Fellows Programme - Kadar Asmal Fellowship Programme . A27 MSc in Global Environmental Economics NUIG A28 MSc in Renewable Energy & Environmental Finance UCDMS A29 LLM in Environmental and Natural Resources Law UCC . E19 MSc in Nursing in Leadership and Quality Healthcare AIT E20 MSc In Professional Nursing Practice DKIT .

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