The Paulo Freire Prize was established over 10 years ago in the Department of Adult and Community Education to recognise the achievement of outstanding scholars in the practice and theory in the discipline. It is usually awarded to graduates of the Masters in Education, Adult and Community Education or Adult Guidance and Counselling to acknowledge their contribution to the field.
Mairead McHale and Eithne Jarrett, MEd in Adult and Community Education, celebrating
their scholarships with Professor Maria Pramaggiore, Dean of Graduate Studies
Congratulations to Mairéad McHale and Eithne Jarrett who were awarded the Taught Masters Scholarships for 2017-2018
We in the Department of Adult and Community Education encourage our prospective students for the MEd Adult and Community Education or Adult Guidance and Counselling to apply NOW for this opportunity, even if you don't have your results.
For more information see Our Taught Masters Scholarships