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The MEd (School Guidance and Counselling) degree is designed to advance the professional development of school Guidance Counsellors and builds on the Postgraduate Diploma in School Guidance and Counselling (PGDSGC). This one-year programme involves participation in regular research-support seminars and consultation with supervisors towards the completion of a thesis of 25,000 words.
This MEd SGC builds on the PGDSGC (Post Graduate Diploma in School Guidance and Counselling) and aims to advance school-based Guidance Counsellors professional development.
The MEd School Guidance and Counselling is assessed through the thesis only.
Entry is restricted to applicants who have successfully completed all courses in the one-year Postgraduate Diploma in School Guidance and Counselling (PGDSGC) or equivalent, with a grade of at least Second Class Honours, grade 1 standard.
Applicants are expected to submit a thesis proposal of no less than 2,500 words that identifies a research issue, situates the problem in scholarly literature(s), and proposes a plan of research. This proposal should demonstrate the applicants capacity to engage with the research and to bring the proposal to completion.
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Taught Masters Bursaries - Taught Masters Bursaries consisting of 2,000 are open to all students who have completed the final year of their BSc or BA Honours Degree since 2007.
Taught Masters Alumni Scholarships - The scholarships will provide 3 graduates of NUI Maynooth (including the graduating class of 2013) with a 5,000 scholarship towards fees for a Taught Masters programme at NUI Maynooth.
Postgraduate Travel Fund and Collins Kitchin Fund - The Postgraduate Travel Fund and Collins Kitchin Fund are designed to support research students in presenting at conferences as part of their research programme.
National University of Ireland.