Programme with EUt+, Dublin, Ireland
Information on the Programme
Up to ten students and doctoral candidates per year will profit from this new partnership: in the framework of short-term internships or research visits lasting several years, they will be able to learn and work in the pioneering research environment at GSI/FAIR, which will, among others, nominate mentors for them and help them, if required, to find accommodation for the duration of their stay. The participants of the programme can also take part in GSI/FAIR events. These include symposia and lectures as well as the GSI’s summer programme for students.
The partners will form a joint jury for the selection procedure. Internships can last between three and six months and require at least a bachelor’s degree. Applicants for research visits must hold a master’s degree, be a doctoral candidate or produce evidence of at least two years’ research experience. Such visits can last up to two years.
- Obligatory Internships (Individual application possible) ->
GET_INvolved Short-Term Internships
- Erasmus+ Traineeships (Individual application possible) ->
GET_INvolved ERASMUS+ Traineeships
- Study Tours (application via Coordinator) ->
Contact the Programme Manager via email!
- Access to Lectures ->
Follow the link to access the coming lectures
Call for 2022
Call for GET_INvolved Ireland FAIR/GSI - EUt+, Ireland 2022 to be announced soon
About the Partner
EUt+ stands for “European University of Technology”, a joint project between h_da and seven partner universities throughout the whole of Europe. The European Commission is supporting the alliance in the framework of the European Universities Initiative, which aims to strengthen the European Education Area (EEA). Step by step, the universities want to grow closer together. EUt+ helps students to spend part of their studies at one of the partner universities. It is also increasing staff mobility as well as the number and volume of joint research projects. The European University of Technology unites 100,000 students and 12,000 staff. The participating institutions are connected by their shared focus on technologies that centre on human and environmental needs.
About the University
TU Dublin, the first Technological University in Ireland, was formally established on January 1st 2019, under the Technological Universities Act 2018, building on the distinguished past of Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin Institute of Technology and Institute of Technology Tallaght. With a history stretching back over one hundred and thirty years, TU Dublin is a leader in STEM disciplines; it also supports the largest cohorts of students in business, media, culinary arts, and the creative and performing arts. TU Dublin has five Faculties: Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Science, and Faculty of Digital & Data.