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A reminder to students that, if you need to refresh on paraphrasing, referencing, note-taking strategies, how to reference using footnotes and Irish Historical Studies for History students, they are all outlined on our Academic Writing Resources article here.

On Tuesday 4th May, MIC and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) announced details of a new scholarship scheme for postgraduate students which will see inter-county players benefit from six fully funded scholarships over the next three years. This new scholarship scheme will commence in September 2021.

The Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science has launched an independent review of the Student Grant Scheme. As part of the review, students and learners are being called on to have their say and share your views. By participating in the survey, you have the chance to contribute directly to national policy on this important area. Read more on the SUSI website and find the anonymous survey here

Your part-time student representatives worked alongside the Sabbatical Officers to represent student voices and organise virtual campaigns, events and MISU meetings. Each officership created an end of year report to let students know what they worked on. Click on the Officerships below to read the reports!

As we approach the end of the Academic Year, we are aware that many students are currently working on various assignments. There are multiple Academic Supports available to students, which are highlighted below.