School of Allied Health
School of Education
Graduate Entry Medical School
Nursing & Midwifery
Physical Education & Sport Sciences

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Ehs 10 year Anniversary

The Faculty of Education and Health Sciences (EHS) consists of three Departments, Nursing & Midwifery, Physical Education & Sport Sciences and Psychology and three Schools, the School of Allied Health, the Graduate Entry Medical School and the School of Education.

Those interested in post primary teaching as well as those interested in working in the health sector will find some of the most progressive programmes in these fields as well as dedicated supervision from faculty members committed to the highest standards of teaching and quality research.

Please click here to see the EHS Research Strategy for 2015 - 2020 'Future Ready'

About EHS

Mission Statement

The core mission of EHS is to advance the wellbeing of people by graduating effective and critically reflective scientists, education
and healthcare professionals and creating and disseminating knowledge, through research and scholarship that impacts on the social, educational and healthcare needs of people locally, nationally and globally.
This mission in underpinned by strong leadership and vision that focuses on the development of people, research excellence and impact.




From Twitter

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    RT @UL: We are providing FREE buses to our open day Saturday (Jan 12th). Buses are collecting from Waterford, Cahir, Tralee, Castleisland,
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    RT @CPEUL: UL Open Day - Saturday January 12th For the first time UL will have a designated space devoted to Postgraduate and Professiona
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    RT @ULPresident: UL GEMS student Ryan McAnuff will make history this weekend as he and his brother Sean become the first Irish skaters to c