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DCU Careers Service works closely with employers to advise you of job vacancies and volunteering opportunities but cannot accept responsibility for the positions advertised. Students are responsible for their own decisions in applying for and/or accepting job opportunities, volunteering opportunities or internships advertised on these pages.

Employment Opportunities

gradireland

Gradcracker: This week's placements and Graduate Opportunities

EU Careers

Job Announcements

200 jobs to be created at two Irish tech firms

350 jobs announced at MSD in Dublin 

20 jobs announced at 4Site Limerick HQ

Ergo brings 100 new jobs to Dublin and Cork

Competitions

gradireland National Student Challenge 

Google Hash Code 2018

Miscellaneous

Graduate Study Opportunity at Boston University

Volunteer for Human Rights and Social Equality

 

gradirelandFind out about job opportunities and how to apply.

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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Gradcracker: This week's placements and graduate opportunities:

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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EU Careers: Find out about job opportunities and how to apply.

Click here for all the latest jobs.

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Recent Job Announcements

200 jobs to be created at two Irish tech firms. Click here for more.

350 jobs announced at MSD in Dublin. Click here for more.

20 jobs announced at 4Site Limerick HQ. Click here for more.

Ergo brings 100 new jobs to Dublin and Cork. Click here for more.

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Want to win €1,000? Then the gradireland National Student Challenge is for you!

The gradireland National Student Challenge gives you the chance to see how you compare to students from across Ireland in a variety of areas, not just academics! It is free to enter; all online and will only take 40 minutes of your time.

The online element of the Challenge is now open and will run until February 2018. At that point the Top 60 students on the leaderboard will be invited to take part in the Final Day Event. There they will be put through six physical and mental Challenges, set by our employer partners, which will determine the winner of the Challenge. Are you up to the Challenge? Take it today! Click here for more details.

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Google Hash Code 2018

Hash Code is a team programming competition for students and professionals across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. You pick your team and programming language, and Google picks an engineering problem for you to solve. Are you up for the challenge?

The competition is divided into two stages

      • an Online Qualification Round on 1st March
      • a Final Round (at Google Dublin) on 28th April

For the Online Qualification Round, participants are able to organize hubs as a fun way to get groups of teams together in one location to compete. While registration to compete in Hash Code won’t begin until early January, signups are now open for those who’d like to volunteer as hub organizers. Check out the website to learn more about Hash Code and what it means to organize a hub.

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Graduate Study Opportunity at Boston University

Recently Boston University established the Shannon Fellowship to provide one year of full tuition to students from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to pursue graduate study at Boston University in any department or school.

The William V. Shannon Memorial Fellowship provides one year of full tuition (with the possibility of extension) to students from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to pursue graduate study at Boston University in any department or school. Click here for details.

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Volunteer for Human Rights and Social Equality

Voluntary Service International (VSI) is an Irish non-profit organisation working for peace, social justice, sustainable development and intercultural understanding through voluntary service and international exchanges.

The EVS is an EU-funded programme for 18 to 30 year olds to volunteer abroad. The volunteers will have the opportunity to live in another country for a year and inspire young people, working on human rights and social equality projects. There are opportunities currently available - click here for details.

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Note from DCU Careers Service: This information is provided in good faith. However, it is essential to check all information at source. We advise applicants to use their own judgement and conduct their own research when selecting potential opportunities. You should check with overseas employers/organisations for full details of your contract as well as all costs relating to the post or programme including flights, accommodation and other travel costs, visas, insurance, placement fees, etc. For working overseas, we would also recommend that you check the travel advice about the country or region on the Department of Foreign Affairs website.

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