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Welcome to EURAXESS Ireland!

EURAXESS is a platform for researchers, entrepreneurs, universities and businesses to interact with each other. Packed with practical information, EURAXESS provides support on mobility issues, links to job and career development opportunities for researchers and entrepreneurs, allows universities and businesses to find the right talent, and connects people, projects and funding.

Based at the Irish Universities Association, and co funded by the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, EURAXESS Ireland provides tailored and free advice to researchers and their families coming to work or study in Ireland. You can drop in to us, email or call for personal assistance. The EURAXESS Ireland Centre is part of a European network consisting of more than 600 centres in 42 countries that serve mobile researchers.

You can also book a personalised researcher information session with a Euraxess member of staff.


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EURAXESS Ireland Information Session for Early Stage Career Researchers: Recording now available!!!

EURAXESS Ireland held an early career researchers information session on 6th October 2023. Topics covered included navigating through EURAXESS services, finding jobs on the portal, the hosting agreement scheme, Irish immigration information and practical information on living and working in Ireland

EURAXESS Ireland Information Session for Early Stage Career Researchers: 6th October from 11:00am-12:30pm

EURAXESS Ireland is hosting an early career researcher information session focusing on building research career in Ireland including practical information on how to search for jobs and the required permissions to work in Ireland. We welcome all early career researchers to join us in this online
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National Review of State Supports for PhD Researchers in Ireland

This report recommendnds a national stipend of €25k to PhD students in Ireland. Government needs to ensure that budget is provided to funders & to universities to finance this investment in our research talent & avoid a severe reduction in postgraduate researcher numbers.

DevelopMed MSCA COFUND Fellowship Programme in Precision Oncology. Application Deadline: June 11, 2023 23:59 (GMT)

Third call for applications to the DevelopMed MSCA COFUND Fellowship Programme DevelopMed, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) COFUND Action, is an International Training and Career Development Fellowship Programme led by University College Dublin and coordinated by Systems Biology Ireland (SBI).The

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