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A-Z of graduate training programmes. These are often run by larger companies who provide students with a valuable bridge between university and working life.

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Postgraduate Open Day - Limerick Campus
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Choosing the right Post Graduate Course for you

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Cian O'Mahony, Science Teacher

Cian O’Mahony is a science teacher based in Cork. Here he talks about how he chose his career and what his job is like. Science Ambassadors include newly qualified and well established Irish scientists. They work in science and technology, love their work and want to help others learn about what it’s really like working in their particular areas of research and innovation.

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