National partnerships

We have a number of established partnerships across enterprise and civic society which help us in the range of activities we support.

To date, we have engaged with over 320 enterprise and employment partners across our suite of enterprise programmes. We are always eager to support exciting new collaborations linking employers with talented researchers. Such partners on these programmes have included the GAA, IBM, Intel, Aylien and Nuritas.

We also have 17 established partnerships across government and civic society to assist us in supporting research with a societal focus. These include:



Arts Council of Ireland

HSE Sexual Health & Crisis Pregnancy Programme

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Department of Culture, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht

Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Department of Social Protection

Environmental Protection Agency

Geological Survey of Ireland

Higher Education Authority

Health Research Board

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission

National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning

Science Foundation Ireland

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland


Tusla — Child and Family Agency

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