As the world embraces rapid development on all fronts, the importance of education and health takes centre stage. Every community needs infectious disease experts to handle public health threats, healthcare specialists to protect physical and mental health, as well as leaders who educate young people to think, move, and create. At the University of Limerick’s Faculty of Education and Health Sciences (EHS), graduate students in these fields are equipped with the personal and professional tools to further their knowledge while amplifying their contribution.
You will find some of the most progressive postgraduate programmes at the University of Limerick’s Faculty of Education and Health Sciences, which offers specialisations that afford a rewarding professional life. The world needs teachers, healers, and leaders more than ever — will you step up to the plate?
The University of Limerick’s origin traces back to the independence of Ireland, suitably encapsulating the country’s famed historical and natural wonder. Its 340-acre campus lies along both sides of the River Shannon, housing four renowned faculties. EHS, which includes the Graduate Medical School, consists of three departments: Nursing & Midwifery, Physical Education & Sport Sciences and Psychology; and three schools: School of Allied Health, the Graduate Entry Medical School and the School of Education. More than 2,000 undergrads are spread across 16 programmes, while 500 part-time and full-time postgrads pursue the 25 taught master’s and graduate diplomas on offer.