To provide educational excellence through Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Research and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
Active participation in LLP –ERASMUS, Leonardo and Fulbright. Over 60 Bilateral Partnership Agreements in place in Europe and N.America. Membership of ELIA.
Member of founding consortium for the National Digital Research Centre (5); Partner in Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (4); Participant in Digital Humanities Observatory (9).
Art and Design
faculties and departments
School of Design
School of Fine Art
School of Visual Culture
School of Education
bachelor level programs
Product Design, Design for Body & Environment (Fashion, Jewellery, Printed Textiles Surface), Communication Design (Graphic Design, Illustration Design, Moving Image Design), Interaction Design.
Fine Art (Media, Painting, Print, Sculpture)
Education (4 year)
Visual Culture (3 year)
master level programs
(2 year MA)
Product Design, Design for Body & Environment (Fashion, Jewellery, Printed Textiles Surface), Communication Design.
(1 year MA) Interaction Design, Service Design. (1 year MSc) Medical Devices
(2 year MA) Education
(2 year MFA) Fine Art
research activity and main areas
GradCAM • User-centred design • Cultural Participation • Critical Pedagogies and Creative Practices: • Visual and Material Culture
doctorate level programs
By research in departments as above plus GradCAM http://www.gradcam.ie/index.php
subject areas for exchange students
Design: Fashion, Textiles-Printed, Woven and Embroidered, Visual Communications, Industrial Design, Ceramics, Glass, Metals
October – December January – March April – May
cost of living per month (studying and living)
€500– €750 accommodation €300 – 400 living