Graduate Studies is a developmental unit responsible for the growth and continuous improvement of graduate study in UCD. The unit is dedicated to excellence in graduate research, providing an overall doctoral framework & development programme for research students & supporting Schools to provide a holistic educational experience. Graduate Studies also provides support & guidance for Supervisors & plays an important role in governance via the Graduate Research Board.
Maidir le Staidéir Iarchéime UCD
Is aonad forbartha é Staidéir Iarchéime a bhfuil fás agus feabhsú leanúnach an léinn iarchéime in UCD faoina choimirce. Tá an t-aonad tiomanta don fheabhas i réimse an taighde iarchéime agus soláthraíonn sé creat dochtúireachta agus clár forbartha ginearálta do mhic léinn taighde agus tacaíonn sé leis na Scoileanna eispéireas iomlánaíoch oideachais a chur ar fáil. Soláthraítear tacaíocht agus treoir do na Stiúrthóirí le Staidéir Iarchéime chomh maith agus tá ról tábhachtach rialachais aige tríd an mBord Taighde Iarchéime.
The 2021-2025 Graduate Studies Strategy and Action Plan has, at its core, our mission to bring students into an accountable, research enriched, student-focused learning environment; support the student’s academic advancement; foster student’s personal and professional development; and provide effective oversight of university graduate education quality processes and procedures.
The unit is headed by Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor Barbara Dooley, and encompasses the Graduate Education Development group and the Graduate Research Board support team
The Graduate Research Board has the remit of all graduate research students at UCD, enabling consolidated and consistent graduate research governance, as well as increasing the capacity for effective oversight of graduate research education. The Board is chaired by Professor Barbara Dooley and Board support is based in Graduate Studies.