University College Dublin and University of Nottingham sign agreement through Arts & Humanities

Pictured (l-r); Professor Barbara Dooley, Dean of Graduate Studies and Deputy Registrar, UCD & U21 Senior Leader, Dr Aoife Whelan, Vice-Principal International, UCD College of Arts and Humanities (signing on behalf of Professor Sarah Prescott), Dr Mark Bradley, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education and the Student Experience) signing on behalf of Professor Jeremy Gregory (University of Nottingham), Charles Ivar McGrath, Vice-Principal for Research, Innovation and impact. UCD College of Arts and Humanities   

This week, University College Dublin (UCD) and the University of Nottingham (UoN) signed an agreement at University College Dublin’s Belfield campus, through their respective faculties of Arts and Humanities to further develop the educational and research links between both institutions. 

This is the first College-to-College/ Faculty-to-Faculty Memorandum of Understanding signed under the auspices of the Universitas 21 network and it builds upon an Arts and Humanities Collaboration that has existed between UCD and UoN since March 2018. The Arts and Humanities faculties at both universities are working together to explore research collaborations, graduate programmes, joint PhD supervision, and educational opportunities, including student mobility and enhancing the student experience. UCD and UoN are committed to further strengthening this partnership through multi-disciplinary cooperation and collaboration.