DUBLIN, May 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, (http://www.tcd.ie) Ireland's premier university's postgraduate courses, the MSc in Bioengineering and MSc in Neuroscience received Postgraduate Course of the Year awards in the Engineering and Science categories respectively at this year's gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards. Judged by an independent panel of industry experts, the awards recognise the best programmes in Ireland's university and institute of technology sector. In deciding the awards, the judges consider the quality of teaching, the relevance of the course work for prospective employers along with reputation, innovation and relationship with industry.
Commenting on the significance of the awards, Trinity's Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor Veronica Campbell, said: "Trinity College Dublin provides a vibrant, dynamic and creative environment in which excellence in research and teaching flourish. These awards reflect the dedication of our academic staff who continues to deliver world class teaching, ensuring our graduate students are equipped with the necessary skills to join the workforce."
Trinity's MSc in Bioengineering aims to provide engineers and scientists with the education and creative skills needed to practice in the medical devices industry in Ireland and focus on important clinical needs. The only course of its kind in Ireland, this unique venture allows students to study at specialist Institutes of Bioengineering with academic and research expertise in Bioengineering including Trinity College Dublin, the University of Limerick, and University College Dublin, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and the National College of Art and Design.
"This award is very significant as it demonstrates the dedicated commitment of the academic staff and administration to ensure that our students obtain excellent education in bi
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