ERASMUS MUNDUS MSc Dependable Software Systems: Masters Scholarships in Software Engineering for 2013 – Deadline 31st January
For graduates of Computer Science and related fields – an honours degree in Computer Science or related discipline with an average grade of 60%.
Stipend for Ireland and EU citizens: 20,000 euro over 2 years: which includes 2 years fees and 500 a month stipend. - http://erasmusmundus.ie
Stipends for Non-EU citizens are also available – http://erasmusmundus.ie
For Irish graduates of Computer Science the scholarship offers free fees and 500 euro a month stipend for 2 years, with the opportunity to study computer science at St. Andrew’s University in Scotland and the University of Lorraine in France. Tuition is through the English language.
For other EU graduates of Computer Science the scholarship offers free fees and 500 euro a month stipend for 2 years, with the opportunity to study computer science at National University of Ireland Maynooth and St Andrew’s University in Scotland or University of Lorraine France. Tuition is through the English Language. All 3 Universities have a unique specialism in Computer Science with a focus on development of software systems.
How to apply:
Eilis Murray Graduate Studies Development Officer
01 708 6938
Room 3.02, 3rd Floor John Hume Building
NUI Maynooth, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Professional Diploma in Education at DCU (DC905)
The deadline for application to the Professional Diploma in Education at DCU has been extended to the 28th February 2013. Applications can be made at www.dcu.ie course code DC905.
Academia - European Exchange of Guidance Counsellors - APPLY NOW
A quick reminder that NCGE are seeking applications for
Academia – European Exchange of Guidance Counsellors 2013
- 5 day study visits to Europe.
- Funded by LLP Leonardo da Vinci (Mobility - VetPro) programme
- Apply now to travel in Spring 2013.
Visit the Academia website to see the study visits available.
These study visits are an excellent opportunity for those with a qualification in Guidance to meet and exchange best practice with their guidance peers from other countries. We welcome applications from former Academia participants though in the interests of providing as many guidance practitioners with this opportunity, preference will be given to those who have not participated in the study visit previously.
The application form can be downloaded from our website www.ncge.ie
Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) Established
On 6 November 2012, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) www.qqi.ie was established as a new integrated agency replacing (FETAC, HETAC, NQAI and incorporating the functions of IUQB).
Providers and other stakeholders should follow www.qqi.ie to keep up to date with service arrangements, including those previously offered by FETAC/HETAC, IUQB and NQAI and with changes that our new legislation requires. Registered Providers will receive our regular Providers Update e-zine.
You will continue to see the FETAC, HETAC, NQAI and IUQB logos and name as we rebrand to QQI. This website will continue to be used for operational business continuity purposes only until further notice.
Bunú Cáilíocht agus Cáilíochtaí Éireann (QQI)
An 6 Samhain 2012, bunaíodh Údarás Cáilíochta agus Cáilíochtaí na hÉireann (QQI) www.qqi.ie mar ghníomhaireacht nua chomhtháite (a ghabhfaidh áit FETAC, HETAC agus an NQAI agus a ndéanfar feidhmeanna an IUQB a chorprú ann).
Moltar do sholáthraithe agus do gheallsealbhóirí súil a choimeád ar www.qqi.ie chun go mbeidh siad ar an eolas mar gheall ar shocruithe seirbhíse, lena n-áirítear socruithe a thairg FETAC/HETAC, IUQB agus NQAI roimhe seo, agus mar gheall ar athruithe a cheanglófar faoin reachtaíocht nua. Gheobhaidh Soláthraithe Cláraithe an R-iris Nuashonrúcháin do Sholáthraithe uainn go rialta.
Beidh lógónna agus ainmneacha FETAC, HETAC, NQAI agus IUQB le feiceáil fad a bheimid ag athbhrandáil mar an QQI. Ar mhaithe le leanúnachas i gcúrsaí gnó amháin a úsáidfear an suíomh idirlín seo feasta nó go bhfógrófar a mhalairt.
Erasmus Ambassadors Initiative
Erasmus is an EU programme that allows students at third-level to choose to spend time studying or on work placement in another EU country.
The “Erasmus Ambassadors” Initiative is a pilot project which allows second-level students to get a first-hand account of the experience of studying and living in another European country, from a former Erasmus student.
Erasmus Ambassadors can:
- Share their experience of the study-abroad option on Careers’ night.
- Give a first hand account to Language students of living and studying in a foreign language.
How to arrange a visit:
- The school can then arrange a mutually convenient time and date with the speaker.
- As with other outside visits, the visit by an Erasmus Ambassador should support the work of the curriculum. It is a matter for each school authority to decide on the suitability of any proposed visitors and to determine the suitability of the support materials and resources to be used. At no time should the speaker be left in an unsupervised capacity with the student group and the school should ensure that all appropriate measures are in place to ensure the welfare and protection of its pupils.
This pilot project is organised by the Higher Education Authority (the National Agency for Erasmus), in conjunction with the Department of Education & Skills and the Association of Teacher/Education Centres in Ireland (ATECI).
For more information on Erasmus see: www.eurireland.ie.
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