There are two possible routes for the Master in Engineering M.A.I. degree.
By the first route, for the `ordinary´ M.A.I. degree, the candidate must already have taken the degree of B.A.I. of the University of Dublin and have practised for three years as an engineer. The student is required to prepare a dissertation on a research project carried out in his/her professional environment.
The work is to be carried out to academic criteria and should include some contribution to knowledge. It will be supervised by a member of the staff of the School of Engineering. The agreement, in writing, of a person in authority from the student's workplace to carry out this research will normally be required.
The second route, for the degree known as the M.A.I. (Recurrent Education).
General deadline, applies to everyone.)
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Applicants will need to hold:
All applicants whose first language is not English and who have not been educated through the medium of English must present one of the following qualifications in the English language:
International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to universities in Ireland when:
No work experience is required.
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