The programme welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds including art, architecture, computer science, engineering, social studies, music, design and performance.
Applicants should possess a primary degree with first or second-class honours in a relevant discipline.
Alternatively, candidates with significant portfolios and/or professional experience will be considered for admission.
Please submit a portfolio showing previous creative and technical work, professional, academic or research. Links to online documentation/work are preferred (e.g. vimeo, youtube, soundcloud, personal portfolio website). Applicants may be called for an interview.
The graduate school has compiled a list of funding opportunities for postgraduate study in a checklist e-book. This includes SUSI grants, scholarships, bursaries and other funding.
Further details are available at: How to fund your postgraduate study
A number of generous merit-based scholarships are available to full-time non-EU postgraduate students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering for the 2020/21 academic year. Eligible postgraduate students will be considered for a scholarship worth a €2,000 reduction in tuition fees.
Further details are available at: International Education Division Scholarships